by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Giving thanks goes to the essence of what it means to be a Jew.
by Rabbi Anthony Knopf
How to unlock the door to gratitude.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
A record number of Americans voluntarily left their jobs. The rationale most often given: burnout.
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
An emotionally mature person lives with self-knowledge, vitality and inner peace. Here are ten telltale signs of a person who is emotionally mature.
by Daniella Guterman
How a painful birthday forced me to confront mortality.
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
Ava Bise, a 70-year-old triathlon athlete and CrossFit advocate, checks her ego at the door of the gym.
The key to attaining greatness is how you perceive failure.
by Debbie Gutfreund
What do you do after crossing the finish line?
A meaningful 10-page ebook to print and share with family and friends.
by Akiva Klein
Since I was so insistent on asking why, I went full throttle and asked why about every part of my life.
Why Yom Kippur is one of the happiest days of the year.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
How to embrace the opportunity of Yom Kippur and use it to truly change.
Questions to help you reconnect to your life’s purpose, clarify your goals, and passionately embrace this upcoming new year.
by Hanna Perlberger
Each moment of life asks you who you are being right now. If you don't like the answer – change it.
by Hanan Harchol
On their way to pay a shiva call, Hanan wonders what can he say to comfort the mourner.
The secret to my grandmother’s joy.
by Sarah Pachter
My kids received an unforgettable lesson in gratitude.
With the High Holidays around the corner, this is the best time of year to shake things up.
Removing fear from the equation is the secret ingredient to resilience.
by Ari Blaff
I’ve learned the hard way what happens when you define your worth by what you do.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Because the longer you hold on negativity, guilt and anger, the heavier they weigh on your heart.
by Benjamin Elterman
Insights on how to make an effective apology.
Don't be deceived. That image is only a fraction of the picture.
Professor Shaul Ladany shows the world that nothing is unreachable.
Make "thank you" the first words out of your mouth.
by Elias Neibart
In a world filled with immediacy and indulgence, the countercultural act of fasting teaches us how to temper our most immediate urges.
Destroying lives through false accusations, innuendo and distortions has never been easier.
There's never enough time to do everything, but there's always enough time to do the important things.
Why people have such a hard time saying thanks.
by Billye Tziporah Roberts
Figuring out your life’s purpose is a lot like figuring out how you like your margaritas and coffee. Finding your favorite bartender helps.
Maybe we don’t have to travel so far afield to find balance and mindfulness.
The inspiring reason behind the army's salute.
by Ali Begoun
What I learned from being honest about my struggle with alcohol.
by Ruchama Feuerman
How to have a better sleep -- and a better life.
Overwhelmed with the news of four deaths in one week.
by Bluma Gordon
Time-honored practices and mental exercises to help you be your best self.
by Dr. Leslie M. Gutman
Passover relives the moment when the Jewish nation were all in.
Learning how to run towards, instead of away, from our challenges.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
Are we perpetually enslaved to our inner doubts, despair and anger?
If we have the courage to listen to our pain and learn from it, we will find inner peace and empowerment.
by Rabbi Ori Strum
A painter accidentally threw our mezuzahs into the garbage.
Purim shows us how to accept living with the unknown.
by Gavriel Lakser
There’s more than one way to be a Jewish hero.
by Eitiel Goldwicht
How to live a life filled with happiness.
Because he knows what he's willing to die for, he knows what he's living for.
Jim Cleamons, coach to Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, and Scottie Pippen, on the key ingredients to reach your greatness.
Have you thanked them?
Facing a towering dungeon boss, you already have what you need to be victorious.
Turn "Can I?" to "I can."