Prayer and Kabbalah
by Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
Why do human beings undergo a mini-death every night?
by Rebbetzin Chana Heller
Ten steps to a powerful ask.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
I prayed and learned Torah at home, but there was no way I could replace the communal aspect that only a synagogue supplies.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Henny Machlis’s recipe for treating the ills of the pandemic.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The Israeli actress wakes up each morning with a prayer of thanks on her lips.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
They're not pretty. They begin when we put down the facade of competence and acknowledge that we can’t manage, we can’t handle, we can’t fix.
by Rabbi Levi Lebovits
How to use the Rosh Hashanah prayers to create a meaningful Rosh Hashanah wherever you are this year.
by Rabbi Binyomin Weisz
The path to true acceptance is unlocked by the shofar.
by Amy Goldman
God is waiting for your call.
by Rachel Carmon
I was berating myself, feeling down and useless. Little did I know that God was listening to my pain.
by Sarah Levy
How Rabbi Noah Weinberg's book shook my stagnation and gave me a path to meaningful prayer.
by Jeremy Staiman
A song of hope and healing, based on the words from the Silent Amida, because we need a little light during these difficult times.
by Akiva Taubenblat
One answer lies in the three key moments that can help make or break a basketball player’s spirit.
by Batya Levy
Because He knows how hard it is and every single step you're taking.
by Heather Dean
Dina Coopersmith’s refreshing approach to speaking with the Creator.
by Deborah Cenker
How the dentist chair became one of the most intense places I encounter God.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
At the start of the Yom Kippur War, Uri Shachar received an encouraging message from a very unlikely source.
Rabbi David Aaron explains why prayer, and our life choices, are essential in transforming our lives.
by Lauren Bottner
Is there a prayer expiration date? Was breathing a passing grade?
Dina Coopersmith on the dynamics of prayer and knowing that God is listening.
by Devorah Gold
My relationship with God was on rocky ground when I heard about young mother who needed our prayers.
Personal and poetic, these Yiddish prayers, often written by Jewish women , are among the least-known but most beautiful of Jewish prayers.
Rabbi Menachem Nissel explains the benefits of informal and formal prayer
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
I discovered the answer when our baby was rushed to the hospital with a life-threatening emergency.
by Rachel Minkowsky
Prayer is the quill of the heart.
by Rebbetzin Liliane Ritchie
A simple exercise that can transform your life.
Reading from a Hebrew prayer book and writing comments in its margins isn't the typical image one has of the actress.
The Torah tells us what we must avoid in order to achieve spiritual greatness.
by Rabbi Dr. Aryeh Leibowitz
The blueprint of the universe is the key to understanding reality.
Spiritual achievement is only possible if man utilizes his intellect and acquires a degree of philosophic depth, emotional sensitivity, and moral sensibility.
A Jewish perspective on understanding the nature of the divine element that exists within man.
by Rabbi Jack Abramowitz
When did prayer become a dirty word?
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Engaging heart, mind and soul in this central Jewish practice.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
God already knows what’s best for me, so why pray?
A basic explanation of the what, how and why of this meaningful prayer.
by Miriam (Tara) Eliwatt
God is listening, even when I mumble.
by Rabbi Noah Weinberg
Understanding why and how prayer works. A Jewish perspective.
by Refael Mirila
Classic Hebrew lyrics sung to the contemporary song, A Thousand Years.
by Daniella Levy
Why do we bless God? Isn’t He blessing us?
by Hadassah Tov
Was God even listening to me?
Why those who think “God isn’t fixing this” are wrong.
This Rosh Hashanah, make the connection. A stirring video to share with friends.
by Rabbi Eli Scheller
My boss summoned me into his office. He stood on one side of the desk and I stood on the other.
A moving story about a young man, an old Jew and a poetry contest.
by Mushka Greenberg
Is God our BFF who also just happens to rule the world?
by Alyssa Rachel Gross
How an ancient 12-word Jewish prayer changed my life.
by Rabbi David Begoun
A few things to keep in mind as Rosh Hashanah draws near.
by Rabbi Dovid Rosman
Rachel Frankel said, “If tomorrow, God forbid, I’ll hear the worst news, I don’t want my children to feel that where did all my prayers go?”
by Dr. Lisa Aiken, Ph.D.
If we pray with sincerity, there is no such thing as an unanswered prayer.
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