by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Sara Yoheved Rigler
Jewish principles for change have been corroborated by recent discoveries in brain science.
by Stephen Safer
Are you travelling in the wrong direction?
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
How a happily married family man and accomplished scientist could demonstrate the same anatomical markings of serial killers.
by Heather Dean
by Rabbi Eli Held
The key to letting go of the hurt and truly forgive.
The perils of the unexamined life.
by Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein
Change is only possible if we truly regret what we did.
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
5 ideas to keep in mind to turn Yom Kippur into a day of empowerment.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The connection between envy and the holiest day of the year.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Five ways to let go this Yom Kippur.
by Zahava Farbman as told to Chaia Frishman
A contemporary explanation to the High Holiday’s most moving prayer.
by Dovid Rosenfeld
The biggest activity we do on Yom Kippur is not repenting; it is apologizing.
by Dr. Erica Brown
How to wrestle with the guilt of repentance and the joy of change.
by Rabbi Stephen Baars
The door to holiness is in you. It’s the one marked "mistakes."
Recognizing our shortcomings is the only way to achieve success in life.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
Do I ask God for another chance, a chance I know I don’t deserve?
by Charlie Harary
Does God really care about the nuances of my life?
by Dovid Frankel
Pick up the phone and call that person you haven’t been speaking to.
by Rabbi Avi Shafran
Meaning or randomness: confronting mutually exclusive worldviews on Yom Kippur.
The secret to a happy life.
by Eliyahu Rosen and Charlie Harary
An inspiring Yom Kippur video.
Getting to the essence of who we really are.
It's not just a game.
by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt
Stop the blaming and start taking responsibility for your relationships.
by Ruthie Simon
A strategy for a meaningful Yom Kippur.
by Rabbi Eytan Feiner
On Yom Kippur we can taste spiritual perfection by relinquishing our innate ability to choose as we attempt to blend our own will with that of God's.
by Rabbi Noson Weisz
Is Yom Kippur a day of atonement or a day of judgment?
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
The ultimate choice of good vs. evil.
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...
by Rabbi Noah Weinberg
God is our Father in Heaven and the King of the Universe. Connecting to that source is the yearning of every human being.
Yom Kippur is all about remorse, contrition, and repentance. Where does gratitude fit into the picture?
Click here to find out if you have what it takes!