by Susan Berman and Lisa Kodimer
by Akiva Gersh
As I learned more Torah, I started to understand that Judaism’s goal is to radically and completely change the world.
by Kylie Ora Lobell
My five-year struggle to give up technology and learn to connect to my soul.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
It seems like everyone is tapping into the transformative power of Shabbat.
by Rabbi Zev Leff
by Miriam Kosman
Judaism, Shabbat and the feminine mystique.
by Dr. Jacob L. Freedman
For starters, it keeps me sane.
by Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein
In the merit of Shabbat and the beauty of Jewish unity may we only know times of joy and triumph.
by Simon Apfel
Around the globe, people are once again joining the biggest global Jewish unity event the world has ever seen.
As the sun dips below the horizon on October 24, an estimated one million people worldwide will be participating in this extraordinary initiative.
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
We have become enslaved to the very technology designed to liberate us.
According to latest research, Shabbat improves mental, physical and emotional health.
by Dovid Rosenfeld
Why we rest on Shabbat.
by Yehuda Avner
Recalling the day when Menachem Begin stopped Israel’s national airline, El Al, from flying on Shabbat.
How the Jewish Sabbath transformed my life.
As a child I longed for the majestic. Watching the royal wedding, I realized I found it.
by Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz
Stop the world, I wanna get off!
If heaven's eternal bliss really lasts for an eternity, why doesn't it get boring?
Rest is far more than the absence of work.
Why would an All-Powerful God need to rest?
by Lauren Shapiro
The power of the Havdallah candle.
by Lori Palatnik
Everything is special on Shabbat.
by Rabbi Boruch Leff
Why do we signify Shabbat's entry by lighting up the lights?
by Rabbi Noah Weinberg
For three millennia, Shabbat has been the Jewish oasis in time. Find out what's behind this weekly day off.
by Renee Chernin
Sometimes the way to a man's soul is through his stomach.
What does it mean that Shabbat is married to the Jewish people?
by Judy Gruen
The only important difference amongst world Jewry is between those who love Cholent and those who hate it.
Waking up to a world filled with gifts.
by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
In the era of Blackberries and Bluetooths, where can you find a vestige of absolute peace and quiet?
I was determined to take Saturdays off. My commander had other ideas.
I wanted to start keeping Shabbat, but it meant shutting off the cell phone I was enslaved to.
by Tamar Sofer
I rarely use my passport, yet every Saturday I meet people from around the world.
How I got out of the never-ending cycle of work, struggle and stress.
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
How Jewish women can unleash the holiness of bread.
by Avi Geller
It's the glue that holds together the Jewish family and the Jewish nation.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
On Shabbat, we shut out the world so we can hear our soul.
by Rabbi Berel Wein
Preparing the Shabbat table -- gleaming silver and satin white - is a labor of love.
by Ruth Broyde Sharone
My client called, perturbed that I'd stopped working on Shabbat.
by Arwen Kuttner
What kind of Shabbat will it be in the hospital emergency room?
Thirteen pairs of eyes, huddled in the barracks. The sun has almost set.
by Deena Yellin
Stranded in Milwaukee with nowhere to go. A true story.
Shabbat comes to a close in a most dramatic and touching way.
Understanding the mystical attraction of song.
by Rabbi Noson Weisz
Abraham's world of Shabbat is personally piloted by God.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Shabbat is an anywhere-in-the-world, expense-free holy-time vacation.
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
In Judaism, you can't be holy without the physical.
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