Yisrael Rutman lives in Israel, where he teaches Jewish Studies, edits E-geress.org, and writes for various publications.
An accidental encounter with Hebrew alters the destiny of an African prince.
Accepting personal responsibility for our actions is the cornerstone for lasting change.
We can know with certainty that there will be a better future.
Why are so many hospitals named after Mount Sinai?
What would it be like to be blind all your life, and then be able to see?
If people have no faith in God, He will see to it that they will also have no faith in each other.
Tzedakah is a hallmark of Jewish tradition. You don't need money to do it.
Perseverance, the bedrock of Jewish tradition, is the key to spiritual success.
A closer examination of the laws and customs of Chanukah yields some surprising insights.
While honesty may be the best policy, there are other policies, like tax evasion, insider trading and phony profits, that are also very good.
Instead of a badge of shame, the true meaning of the phrase refers to Jewish valor in the darkest times.
The Holy Temple's ancient stones - a pathway to wisdom - now lay in ruins.
The traditional Jewish words in comforting a mourner can go to the deepest place.
An ailing academic reflects on euthanasia.
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