The High Holidays
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Like a CEO of a major conglomerate, God is setting the budgets and determining each person's role, based on the level of responsibility we are ready to take.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Notre Dame football coach's inspiring lesson on keeping our word and fulfilling our resolutions.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Common Rosh Hashanah words and phrases to help get you through the holiday.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Cuomo’s pardon, God’s pardon and Yom Kippur’s forgiveness.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
The judge is in fact our Father. He understands our struggles and He wants our success.
Don't come with what you want; come with what you want to do.
by Aish HaTorah Staff
8 short video segments on the significance of this pivotal day.
A soulful arrangement of the traditional prayer, played on violin and piano.
by Debbie Gutfreund
What do you do when everything you own is suddenly taken from you and you're fortunate enough to still have everything that really matters?
A powerful tool to wake up and live mindfully. It's a new year, and a new you.
by Aish.com staff
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, 2022 begins on Sunday, September 25 at sunset and ends in the evening of Tuesday, September 27.
by Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
I can conquer my inadequacies if I aim higher.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
Sweet and savory recipes to add to your holiday menus.
My favorite Rosh Hashanah projects to do with children, from preschool through high school.
by Jamie Geller
Our amazing Jewish honey cake is just thing for this Rosh Hashanah. This honey cake uses olive oil for a healthy, non-dairy fat that keeps the cake light and flavorful.
And don't miss my spiced bundt cake with apple caramel drizzle.
by Rabbi Mark Wildes
If we judge others favorably, God will judge us favorably.
by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair
Changing and becoming more than we are is one of the most difficult things in the world.
Why running is an ideal way for me to get into spiritual – and physical – shape.
by Harry Rothenberg
You have the opportunity to represent those who are similarly situated.
by Jennifer Berger
Learning to live in the moment, to focus on the things I can control, and to let go of what I can’t.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
A true story about a father who refused to give up on his child.
How to make fasting for 25 hours on Yom Kippur easier.
by Rabbi Levi Lebovits
Focus on these major themes of the Day of Atonement.
by Dini Harris
How to bring to life the concept of repentance and forgiveness to your young children.
During this time of change we have the power to strengthen ourselves and find our way in.
Balanced, hydrating and satiating.
What to do when you lose it big time.
by Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb
Change your environment in order to avoid your triggers.
According to the Jewish mystics, everything in the world is singing.
How to use the Rosh Hashanah prayers to create a meaningful Rosh Hashanah wherever you are this year.
There are many ways to add sweetness to the new year. What is the significance of honey?
The true WWII story of Berel Gartner's encounter with King George VI.
by Rabbi Doniel Levy
The Disney film is actually a deep dive into the process of teshuva, repentance.
An in-depth talk on how to tap into the essence of Rosh Hashanah.
A 20-minute in-depth exploration on the judgment of Rosh Hashanah and why it comes before Yom Kippur.
How to help your kids connect to the significance of the Jewish new year.
by Emuna Braverman
I barely remember the past. But I do vividly remember the mortifying experience in 6th grade when my teacher embarrassed me in front of the class.
by Elissa (Galster) Davidson
I lost most of my possessions, but gained so much more.
How to achieve sanity and equilibrium in these times of upheaval and hit the reset button on all the chaos.
by Rony Halevy
Sweet comes in many varieties, and not just honey!
These recipes are simple to make, and incorporate lots of color, nutrients, and flavor.
by David Perlow
My spiritual journey from the night clubs in Prague to serving as a lone Israeli soldier on the Gaza border.
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Both our bodies and our souls require sustenance and nourishment.
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