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G-d, What is Your Name? - Parshat Shemot

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 12:00:00 EST

This is G-d’s message to his oppressed people. And this is G-d’s solace to us in our moments of misery.

Get Past the Resentment

Thu, 22 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

Don’t we all harbor inside of us memories that elicit our strongest emotions against individuals who deceived or misled us?

Why Married Jewish Women Cover their Hair

Tue, 03 Jan 2017 12:00:00 EST

When did married Jewish women begin covering their hair? What are the sources and reasons behind this commandment? Why specifically the hair? And what can we learn from this about growing in our relationship with G-d?

A Time to Cry and a Time for Action - Parshat Vayigash

Mon, 19 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

You can complain about your problems. You can cry about your circumstances. Or you can learn from Joseph and Benjamin.

A Long-Lost Reunion With a Lasting Message

Mon, 19 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

For 22 agonizing years, they had been separated, with Jacob fearing the worst. What will happen at their first meeting?

Chanukah Miracles & a Cancer Survivor’s Tale - A Chanukah Thought

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

My friend’s daughter was battling cancer. Her story teaches us we too can create our own Chanukah miracle.

Eight Chanukah Lessons That Teach an Enlightening Perspective on Life

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

Dear Readers, Like many of you, I love the holiday of Chanukah. It is a time of so much joy, festivities and light-filled family gatherings. Chanukah’s story of salvation also teaches us deep lessons that we can apply to our own lives throughout the year. Here are eight lessons that I learn from the Chanukah miracles that teach a beautiful perspective on how to live a more meaningful life: Few can win over many. It’s not the numbers that are always so significant; it’s the passion and the power of your conviction. Don’t conform to popular opinion just because it is popular. Stay true to yourself and your inner values. A little light can dispel much darkness. One positive word or one positive action can erase so much gloom. Don’t fight darkness; enlighten it by shining the light of truth and purpose. Don’t dwell on negativity or failures; instead, focus on positive change. Increase the light every ni

Just Turn on the Light! - The key to battling our inner darkness

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

You’re in a tough battle, fighting for your very identity. Your odds of winning seem slim. What should you do?

Answering the Call, Day and Night

Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:00:00 EST

On the table, I noticed a highly unusual item. Alongside the delicious food and beautiful dishes was a live walkie-talkie.

The Bear Who Chased a Child

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 12:00:00 EST

Dear Readers, An old fable is told of a father who moved into a home backing onto a forest. He repeatedly warned his young and mischievous son about the dangers of the forest and its many ferocious beasts. But the son ignored his father and chose to explore his surroundings. One day, the young boy climbed over the fence enclosing his home and ventured into the forest. Deciding that it was time to teach his son a lesson, the father dressed up as a bear and followed his son. As the vicious bear chased him, the child cried out, “Daddy! Daddy! Help me! Save me!” But his father did not appear. The bear attacked the boy, and his screams grew louder and more frantic. Finally, with his last ounce of strength, he escaped the bear’s claws, climbed over the fence and breathlessly ran home. “Daddy, didn’t you hear me?!” He cried to his father. “A bear was attacking me! I called you, but you didn’t come!” “My son,” his father lovingl