by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The impact of monotheism on our daily lives.
by Sarah Pachter
Professor Shaul Ladany shows the world that nothing is unreachable.
by Adam Goldberg
Hearing the words you don’t want to hear. Again.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The world shares a glorious moment of awe.
by Jeff Jacoby
At the intersection of science and public policy, nothing is more hazardous than dogmatism enforced through the squelching of dissenting attitudes.
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.
by Ari Blaff
My struggle to find and embrace who I really am.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
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.
by Margalit Romano, as told to Sarah Pachter
Margalit Romano knows firsthand that there’s no such thing as a quick fix.
by Rachel Bergman
Even with the answered prayers, it’s messy and wonderful and exciting and boring. It’s life – with all the ups and downs and unceasing challenges.
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 Rabbi Asher Resnick
My grappling with God in the aftermath of my daughter’s sickness and subsequent passing at age 14.
The moment I realized that alcohol was taking far more from me than it was giving.
by B.C. Wallin
Insights from the film Everything Everywhere All at Once.
by Ruchama Feuerman
How to have a better sleep -- and a better life.
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Overwhelmed with the news of four deaths in one week.
by Breindy Warren Lazor
Through his own pain and difficulties, and his genuine love for everyone, Rabbi Wallerstein illuminated our own path to building a relationship with God.
by Rabbi Raffi Bilek
The meaning of the Hebrew alphabet’s first two letters.
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.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Learning how to run towards, instead of away, from our challenges.
by Gavriel Lakser
If Pharaoh’s actions are imposed upon him by God, how can he be held accountable and be punished for those actions?
by Renee Skudra
How a twisted Star of David became the perfect representation of my connection to Judaism.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
Are we perpetually enslaved to our inner doubts, despair and anger?
A cautionary tale about being complicit in our own oppression.
The real reason Catherine Shakdam rejected Shia Islam.
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
If we have the courage to listen to our pain and learn from it, we will find inner peace and empowerment.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
One woman’s incredible, complex journey to Judaism – a century in the making.
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
While pleasure is in the moment, happiness lasts a lifetime.
by Rabbi Ori Strum
A painter accidentally threw our mezuzahs into the garbage.
Concrete lessons from a miracle I personally witnessed.
Purim shows us how to accept living with the unknown.
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.
by Tamara Ezekiel
Adele was really on to something.
Jim Cleamons, coach to Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, and Scottie Pippen, on the key ingredients to reach your greatness.
Have you thanked them?
by Rabbi Mikhail Zalman Dubov
Anytime the professor, a pastor, pondered a question about Jewish practice, she’d call on me and wait for my answer. I never had one.
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