What to look for in a spouse, and how to find it.
by Rabbi Dov Lev
The Jewish coming-of-age ceremony.
Shalom Zachor, Circumcision, Naming the Baby, Redemption of the First Born, Upsherin
The laws and traditions of the first stage of life.
Judaism has always valued children, the next generation.
All about those powerful black boxes, placed on the head and arm.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
The opportunity to touch base with God dozens of times a day.
Maximizing the experience in God's house of prayer.
A Jew turns to God in prayer -- morning, afternoon and evening.
Prayer is our opportunity to speak directly to God.
"Finders keepers, losers weepers" is not a Jewish concept.
The Torah view of damages, and how to resolve disputes.
The Torah view of debts, loans, and employee relations.
Appreciating the Torah attitude toward wealth.
Interpersonal Responsibilities: Love your neighbor, whom should we love?, How to judge favorably, How to give rebuke?
Controlling one of humankind's most powerful tools.
The nuts and bolts of doing kindness for others.
Judaism's golden rule: Love your neighbor as yourself.
Rules for raising the next generation.
Living with the reality of God's existence.
Judaism is not merely a body of law. It is a mindset, a way of life.
Setting the foundation for Jewish family life.
How to gain some meta-physical "fringe" benefits.
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