The High Holidays

Soups

Mouth-watering soup recipes.

Entrees

Choose from the following fantastic recipes!

Challahs

Five delicious Challah recipes for the holidays!

Fish

Enhance your holiday meal with one of these fish recipes.

Let's Count What Really Counts

Which book does Mr. Korn use to sum up his wealth?

The Magic Bus: Yom Kippur Family Parsha

Find out how two friends experience the joy of forgiveness.

The Charity Dilemma

Judy has a tough decision to make. What would you do?

The Buzzer

"How is it that every time there is a buzz, waiters come out with food?"

The Little Musician

Piano playing...candy dish...policemen...a little girl runs away from home...

I'm Sorry

Adam accused Jonathan for taking his ball, even though he didn't know for sure that he took it.

Dr. Mitzva and the Rosh Hashana Favor

"What will we do on Rosh Hashana without a shofar? Dr. Mitzvah you are the only one who can help us!"

The King's Secret

Usually we imagine kings as being very distant and separate from their people. The story teaches us that it's not always true.

Rosh Hashanah For Mrs. Levine

A little boy feels guilty for bothering an old lady and ends up arranging a beautiful Rosh Hashanah meal for her.

Dina's New Markers

Adventures of Danny
and Dina

In Danny's House

Adventures of Danny
and Dina

Revolutionary Shofar

Being a Jew means being part of the counter-culture.

Why Judgment?

On Rosh Hashanah, the Day of Judgment, we don't spend the day pleading for our lives to be spared. Why not?

Ship Ahoy!

Adventures of Danny
and Dina

Ten Questions to Ask Yourself

Sometimes life is overwhelming and we need to put things back into focus. These 10 simple questions will do wonders.

Making God Your Bottom Line

The ultimate pleasure in life is to develop and strengthen your relationship with God. Sounds good. Now how do we do it?

Wake Up and Live

The new year begins a new sense of responsibility. How do we know what our responsibility is?!

Mastering One Mitzvah

The Torah prescribes 613 mitzvot. That's a big number by any measure. But in a sense, it only comes down to one.

Making A Plan for Your Life

God created us with a specific set of talents. Our purpose is to maximize that potential.

The Process of Change

When it comes to personal growth, we all have good intentions. But how do you translate that into actual improvement?

Spiritual Accounting System

To be successful in business, you need a good accountant. The same principle for success applies in the game of life.

Teshuva: Dry Cleaning for the Soul

Done something wrong? We all have. Here's how to fix it. Once and for all.

Jonah and the Whale

Jonah is read on Yom Kippur, teaching us about our spiritual voyage.

Judgment Tempered With Mercy

Is Yom Kippur a day of atonement or a day of judgment?

Laws and Customs of the Ten Days

The 10 days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are part of the High Holidays, too. Chickens: read no further.

Goat for Azazel

The ultimate choice of good vs. evil.

Holy of Holies

It is the holiest space in the Jewish world. It is also the holiest space inside each one of us. The Holy of Holies. Plunge the depths...

In the Palace of the King

God is our Father in Heaven and the King of the Universe. Connecting to that source is the yearning of every human being.

Asking God for Forgiveness

Skip the paralyzing guilt. The classical confession helps us maximize the power of the day.

Four Steps to Change

Everybody knows that New Year's resolutions are meant to be broken. But not in Judaism. The High Holidays are the best time of year for real, long-lasting change.

Dynamics of Growth

Repentance is predicated on wanting to stop the transgression. To achieve this, we must first analyze the dynamics of transgression. How does it happen?

Dreams and Limitations

Limitations seem part and parcel of the human condition. But are limitations inborn? Or is it something we learn?

Taking Responsibility

Life is passing you by and it's not going to wait for you. The choice is yours.

Creating Your World Anew

If we choose reality, God grants us a year of life. He very much wants us to succeed. But we must choose it on our own.

Symbolism of the Shofar

The quintessential symbol of Rosh Hashana is more than just a primitive trumpet.

Forty Days to a New You

Today marks the first day of the rest of your life. Here's a Jewish method for making that concept real.

Life's Most Important Thing

This Rosh Hashana, will we be able to stand before God with confidence? Only if we know the bottom line of what we're living for.

Growth Worksheet

The High Holidays are all about personal growth. Here are key areas that will make the greatest difference in building overall spiritual health.

Apples and a Sweet New Year

Serve apples and honey with a twist this New Year. Two delicious and easy recipes.

The New New Year

Do you arrive at Rosh Hashanah stunned to discover that you're making the same resolutions as the year before? Here's how to break the pattern.

Mystical Autumn Leaves

Why did God create a world where I need to do all this raking?

Bad Attitude: A True Story For Yom Kippur

"My career was still stuck in neutral. I wasn't working. I wasn't doing anything to get things going either, except blaming my roomate for ruining my life with his success."

Micros and Macros

How do we face the challenges of these most significant days?

Empower Your Jewish Journey

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