Mom with a View
by Emuna Braverman
All of the sudden the car in front of me stopped. I fumed.
Neal McDonough is the rare actor in Hollywood who won’t appear in compromising scenes.
The most important fences are the ones we need to build ourselves that protect our intangible, spiritual values.
How to rein in our impatience and anger and treat others with kindness and respect.
How to open the lines of communication with your teenaged kids.
The award-winning quarterback did something that should inspire all of us.
I’m still reeling from my experience at the Apple store.
In business and in every aspect of our lives.
It’s wonderful that the U.S. is so welcoming but we can never forget the risk of forgetting who we are and what we stand for.
It’s never perfect, because how could it be?
We can touch another person’s life in just a moment.
How I really recharge my batteries.
If this stranger believes that we enrich this country, I better get down to work and make sure that her words ring true.
Peter gave us the gift of his friendship and his loyalty even under the most adverse circumstances.
I used be very judgmental until an encounter opened my eyes and radically changed my perspective.
There's no room in a marriage for an additional man or woman.
How to be your best self even when your exhausted and tired.
Food can be misused or abused, but it can also create wonderful family memories and experiences.
Sitting outside beneath the starry sky, vulnerable to the elements, stop to think about how little we need in the material world.
This year I'm finally changing my approach to frustrating situations.
My newfound appreciation of first responders who are constantly risking their lives to help people.
The trainer went on and on, encouraging, cajoling, pushing. “You can do it!” And you know what? It works.
Whether it’s hotel service or our attitude towards Judaism, this is not the way to get the greatest experience.
Don’t let old labels pull you down.
It’s good for their independence and it doesn’t matter what other people will think.
Americans can learn a lot from Israeli doctors.
The Italian man who saved the rabbi from drowning had no idea that he was impacting world Jewry.
Was I going to let my nightmare flight home spoil our whole trip?
Using our failures as a spur to further growth.
Outside of Israel it’s so easy to forget that the Jewish people is one big family.
My friend’s daughter was listening carefully to every word she said, including the ones about her and her brother.
An inspiring true story that brought me to tears.
Why do kids want to own tons of candy that they’re not all that interested in eating?
There are few things more frustrating at the end of a draining day than discovering that the "comfort" treat you've been dreaming of gone.
This past week reminded me that people can, in fact, be good.
The guy sitting behind me and my grandson was constantly screaming in our ears and every other word was cursing.
What we share as individuals and as a nation is so much more than what we don’t.
I didn’t expect to walk away from a King Tut exhibit with a new way to make Shavuot meaningful.
Living with so much stress, we need to strengthen our faith and trust muscles.
It’s part of the reason why it’s so pleasurable.
Remember the excitement of getting a letter?
The older you get, the quicker time seems to move.
A taste of true freedom.
You can look at yours bars or through them.
New York can be a cold and lonely place, but that day two strangers warmed our souls.
And I don't just mean the toys on the floor and the dishes in the sink.
If all those Facebook posts are getting you jealous and annoyed, why look?
Despite our busy schedules and without becoming a Stepford wife.
Why do we have a tough time putting our husbands first?
It’s the seemingly trivial acts that make us who we really are.
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