by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Sara Yoheved Rigler
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by B.C. Wallin
Insights from the film Everything Everywhere All at Once.
by Ollie Anisfeld
God split the sea. What miracle can we do?
by Rabbi Raffi Bilek
The meaning of the Hebrew alphabet’s first two letters.
by Jeff Jacoby
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 Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
While pleasure is in the moment, happiness lasts a lifetime.
by Tamara Ezekiel
Adele was really on to something.
Like you can't get buried in a Jewish cemetery if you have a tattoo.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
They're not flaws – they're inclusions that make them so precious.
The intricate science and philosophy behind reconciling the lunar and solar calendars can leave one speechless.
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Choose life. Because the alternative is death.
How to be open to receiving and deciphering God’s personal message.
The inability to fully grasp the nature of God is humbling and frustrating, and forces us to “live with the question.”
Either you believe in God, or you don’t. If you do, the commandment is redundant. If you don’t, it’s irrelevant.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
The phrase doesn’t mean what you think it means.
by Dovid Bashevkin
Jewish wisdom on how to get going when the going gets tough.
Should we be disgusted by the idea of eating imitation pork?
by Tzvi Gluckin
Wrong. That’s an urban legend.
Not true, you can. Having a tattoo won’t prevent you from getting buried in a Jewish cemetery.
The Torah isn't talking about punitive damages; it’s speaking of compensatory, or monetary damages.
Blind faith is not a Jewish idea.
Why do we derive greater satisfaction when exert our independence and do it ourselves?
The most concrete way we can connect to God is treating each other with kindness. The rest is commentary. Go learn.
The afterlife is the place where the person you chose to be encounters the person you had the potential to be. That shouldn’t make you nervous.
Whether you believe in God or not, we all need to wrestle with the question: Is there meaning in life?
by Beyond Belief
Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology Uri Maoz joins Beyond Belief to explore what science has to say about the nature of Free Will.
by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair
Changing and becoming more than we are is one of the most difficult things in the world.
What is the deeper meaning behind the small moon looking as big as the vast sun?
Esther hid her Jewish identity. Revealing it saved the Jewish nation.
How does winter symbolize the bursting forth of life? Exploring the depth of Tu B'Shvat
by Ruchi Koval
Jewish perspectives on the afterlife, purpose, and who you really are.
Art is inspiration wrestling with constriction.
by Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
If ever there were evidence of supernatural intervention in human affairs, it would have to be in the realm of the medical.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Hanukkah teaches us how to see beyond the surface.
by David M. Weinberg
A summary of his key concerns, beliefs and recipes for a better future.
Now is the time to reflect and integrate the spiritual insights gleaned from the holiday season.
by Rabbi Chananaya Kramer
Some explanations for the laws and customs of Jewish burial.
According to the Jewish mystics, everything in the world is singing.
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Both our bodies and our souls require sustenance and nourishment.
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
Moses, Rabbi Akiva, Bob Dylan, and how to learn midrash.
by Rhonda Roth
My son’s sudden death left me grief stricken and confused.
How were the Nazis able to carry out the Holocaust - something extremely complex - without a computer?
Where one burns books one will in the end burn people.
Why do we say, "Hear O Israel!" rather than "See O Israel"?
by Rabbi YY Jacobson
Receiving the Torah requires the courage to bid farewell to our pre-conceived notions and to subjugate our ego to radical transcendence.
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