The High Holidays
by Tamar Taback
11 essential steps to returning to your true self.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
How a happily married family man and accomplished scientist could demonstrate the same anatomical markings of serial killers.
by Eitiel Goldwicht
There is nothing more empowering and liberating than taking your life into your own hands.
by Debbie Gutfreund
And how to do it right.
by aish.com and Clint Pulver
It’s not about being the best in the world… It’s about being the best FOR the world.
by Rabbi David Begoun
At the start of the new year, please keep this advice in mind.
by Diane Lilli
Apple & honey cake, raspberry lemon bars and salami tzimmis.
by Rabbi Gavriel Horan
Why do refer to God as our Father, and not as our Mother? My newborn son gave me the answer.
by Eve Levy
Feeling the hate on Facebook.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Judaism is the satellite navigation system of the soul, and Rosh Hashanah is the day we stop and see whether we need to change direction.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Facing our mortality should drive us to fulfill our unique mission in the world, not jumping out of a plane.
by Rachel Shoshana
How I managed to change my energy from negative to positive.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
The High Holidays serve as a powerful reminder not to take your time for granted.
An effective way to embark on your own process of returning to your deepest essence and greatest potential.
by Rabbi Yogi Robkin
A growth-mindset enables us to envision exciting goals for the new year that will challenge us to bring out our full potential.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
The powerful reason why Yom Kippur starts with such seemingly uninspiring words
What’s more important: longer days or more meaningful hours?
How to truly forgive someone who has hurt you.
by J-TV and Ollie Anisfeld
Jonah runs away from God and never repents. Why do we read this book on Yom Kippur?
by Heather Dean
Rabbi Berel Wein sheds light on the gift of a clean slate.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Actualizing your potential on the Days of Awe.
by Dr. Rivka Starck
Four reframes for the times you feel very distant from God.
by Chef Herschel Arnow
Tips and recipes for eating well before and after the fast.
by Chayi Hanfling
Understanding the crucial difference between negative guilt and constructive regret.
by Rabbi Yoel Gold
When Nancy Baida and Harry Ashkanazi had an argument, they never expected it to end the way it did. A powerful story about courage, humility and forgiveness.
How to ask for forgiveness the right way.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
How to nudge yourself into accomplishing your goals.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
For one day we single-mindedly focus on the soul.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
Perfect recipes for a three day Yom Tov.
Exploring the meaning of God’s judgment.
by Moe Mernick
Their mind-blowing responses to Hurricane Harvey and a sick neighbor is the inspiration we need for the High Holidays.
The shofar pierces our external personas and reconnects us to our true inner selves.
A practical guide to real change.
by A.R. Miller
A moving depiction of a true event that occurred one evening in the concentration camp.
Proclaiming true freedom.
Some fun honey facts to start your new off right.
by Ketriellah Goldfeder
Creating the conducive environment to grow, heal and make amends.
by Chef Zissie
Including pesto pistachio, kasha mushroom and all-in-one simanim salads.
Waking up from a deep sleep may require extreme measures.
Combining savory and sweet flavors to create out-of-this-world dishes.
In the wake of devastating hurricanes, a message of hope.
Take this important annual spiritual checkup before Rosh Hashanah.
by Rabbi Jacob Rupp
Greatness comes through the tough, little actions we make every day.
by Rabbi David Aaron
God judges us only because He loves us and cares about what we do.
by Jamie Geller
Worthy of gracing your Yom Tov table.
by David Fohrman
Should we tremble with fear or rejoice in crowning God as our King? A 5-part video course on the essence of Rosh Hashanah.
by Gitta Bixenspanner
Spice up your new year with these delectable dishes.
by Rabbi Yitzchak Scher
It’s no accident that on Rosh Hashanah Yosef goes from hopeless slave to powerful viceroy of Egypt.
How to attain real forgiveness.
by Chava Dumas a"h
Delicious, healthy recipes for auspicious foods to serve the night of Rosh Hashanah.
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