by Ari Blaff
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
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.
by Debbie Gutfreund
A meaningful 10-page ebook to print and share with family and friends.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
Are we perpetually enslaved to our inner doubts, despair and anger?
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 Ori Strum
A painter accidentally threw our mezuzahs into the garbage.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
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.
by Sarah Pachter
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 Benjamin Elterman
Facing a towering dungeon boss, you already have what you need to be victorious.
Turn "Can I?" to "I can."
Inspiring lessons from the America's Got Talent contestant who recently passed away from cancer.
It's easy to change the world. Start with a smile, and see where that leads you.
by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair
How the Rabbi of Bluzhov and his friend were miraculously saved from death.
by Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn
College students struggle figuring out what they’re going to do with their life. Here’s some practical guidance.
by Miranda Portnoy
How I stopped looking to the future and learned to make the most of now.
Your mission is to play the best music you can with the tools you were given.
Know there is reason behind everything, even if we don’t get it.
by Evelyn Levine
Can Matt Haig’s book help you?
One man's mission to give away all of his wealth.
by Rabbi Danny Wolfe
Incredible life lessons I learned from this massive personal accomplishment.
We can find our strengths and use them to build.
By nature, we tend to be self-centered, lazy and mean-spirited. Empathy doesn’t come naturally; it needs to be chosen.
by Tamara Ezekiel
Inject freshness into the mundane by changing up how you do things.
It's understandable to think first about yourself during the pandemic, but we must also make a concentrated effort to give.
Keep this in mind when you feel submerged in darkness.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Yosef Mendelovitch was free even while behind bars in a Soviet prison.
by Adam Ross
Why was the miracle of the oil considered greater than the miracle of winning the war?
Taking things for granted is one of the biggest – and most common – mistakes we make in our relationships. What can we do about it?
Thank God for thankfulness. Saying blessings can transform your life.
by Rabbi Philip Moskowitz
Instead of push out of your comfort zone, the most successful people push themselves within their strength zone.
Self-compassionate people are also better equipped to cope with stressful life events and boost their resilience in the face of challenges.
Making meaningful moments throughout our day.
Proactive step up and step in to make a difference in the lives of others.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
Yep, I fell and broke my wrist. And it's very frustrating to type these words with a cast.
Words can be weapons that diminish and destroy, or they can be tools and instruments that create, encourage and uplift.
Do it today, just because.
Covid is waning. Make the conscious decision to get back to your good habits, now.
Click here to find out if you have what it takes!