by Hanna Perlberger
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
What the siege of Jerusalem teaches us about the Covid-19 siege.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
If we're not a unified family, we no longer need the house.
by David Fohrman
What is the point of feeling sad on Tisha B'Av?
by Rabbi Jonathan Bienenfeld
Living without a Temple is like living your life on Zoom – you're always craving for real connection.
by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair
How were the Nazis able to carry out the Holocaust - something extremely complex - without a computer?
by Chanie Stavsky
Why I'm looking forward to Tisha B'Av this year.
by Devora Shabtai
My work with individuals struggling with addiction has given me a deeper understanding of the value of sitting with pain and discomfort.
Where one burns books one will in the end burn people.
by Eitiel Goldwicht
Exploring the significance of Judaism's holiest location.
by Charlie Harary
The point of Tisha B'Av is to focus on what life would be like with the presence of God in it.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Now is a prime time to increase our acts of kindness.
by Kimberly Mizrahi
I used to struggle to really mourn on this day. Now I don't even need to try.
by Emuna Braverman
Why Israel, Jerusalem and the Temple matter.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
The Western Wall is a surviving remnant of the Temple Mount where the Temple stood, bringing God's presence in the world.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. A true story.
by Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld
The doctor called us directly. Something was wrong.
by Rabbi Yisroel Majeski and NesProductions
From now to Tisha B'Av, let's commit to being careful in how we speak to each other.
by Judy Waldman
My life-transforming moment in a remote village in Nicaragua.
by Billye Tziporah Roberts
I’ve never liked the idea of animals dying for me… or God.
by Keren Gottleib
A true story.
by Heather Dean
Rebbetzin Tzipora Heller talks about learning who we are now, and who we want to be.
The five tragedies that happened on this day.
Understanding the root of the world's longest hatred.
by Partners Global
A 40-minute exploration into the meaning and history of this sad holiday, featuring Rabbi Leiby Burnham of Detroit and Rabbi Pinchas Landis of Cleveland.
Rabbi Ken Spiro on why our enemies attack and how we can bring light to a dark world.
by Yitz Younger
God is waiting for us to open our hearts to His love. We need to let Him in.
by Yad Vashem
The liberation of concentration camps by the US Army at the end of WWII.
Hidden and raised as a Christian in an convent, Yehudit had to make a fateful decision that would shape the course of her life.
Given to non-Jewish strangers by his parents when he was a baby, Tswi’s traumatic early years led him to fulfill the dreams of his murdered parents.
The Auschwitz Album is the only surviving visual evidence of the process leading to the mass murder at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
by Larry Shafier
If you get upset at a fellow Jew, remember this story.
Beginning three weeks of mourning for the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
How to overcome disagreements respectfully to ensure we continue to thrive as a people.
How preconceived notions cause baseless hatred.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Keeping the memory of a loved one alive.
In this video, Rabbi Fohrman asks us two questions: how do we deal with grief, and how can we understand modern redemption?
Why do Tisha B’Av and Passover always occur on the same day of the week?
by Miriam Kosman
In direct proportion to our yearning do we experience the joy of re-connection.
by Rabbi Yisroel Gelber
Why is the saddest day of the Jewish year called a “festival”?
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
It is not enough to hope for redemption, we must be the catalyst for it.
by Sora Rosen
Grieving the loss of potential new life connected me to mourning the destruction of the Temple.
What is the relevance of the 17th of Tammuz today?
Now is the time to feel a relentless responsibility to create meaning in our lives and reconnect to what really matters.
by J-TV and Ollie Anisfeld
Why do Jews mourn the loss of the Temple today and pray for its restoration?
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