About the Author

Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider

Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider is the founding director of the In Our Hearts Project www.inourheartsproject.org which offers guidance, strength and support after the loss of a child. Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider is the author of just-published book about Hanukkah, The Light That Unites (OU Press). The book offers creative ways to make Hanukkah and especially the candle lighting more meaningful and joyous.  http://thenightthatunites.com/the-light-that-unites.html He is also the author of the bestselling Haggadah, The Night That Unites (Urim Publications).

A Quarantine Seder: 7 Insights to Uplift Your Seder

Bring joy to this year’s unique Seder experience.

Why Do We Light the Menorah with Olive Oil?

Looking beyond the mask of darkness, we can perceive light.

10 Insights to Share at Your Passover Seder

Inspiring thoughts from Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.

Hanukkah: The Holiday of Peace

Why that small flask of pure oil is like the heart of every Jew.

8 Tips for Lighting the Menorah

How to deepen the candle-lighting experience for the entire family.

Rabbi Yaakov Don & Ezra Schwartz: Cut Down in the Prime of Their Life

A beloved educator and a beloved student were murdered last week by an Arab terrorist.


The heart of the entire Jewish people is broken.

The Broken Tablets

Exploring the contemporary meaning of the first tragedy that occurred on the 17th of Tammuz, the breaking of the tablets at Mt Sinai.

Paul Shaffer: The Mensch

You may know him as David Letterman’s sidekick, but Paul Shaffer is also a guy who leads a pretty mean “maariv” service.

5 Thoughts for Your Passover Seder

Thought-provoking questions and insights to share at your Seder.

A Permanent Tear: On the Loss of a Child

The Torah has a unique word to describe the death of a child because it is a pain that never leaves.

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