by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The Olympic athlete is a champion on how to deal with your mental well-being.
by Sarah Pachter
Her home was falling apart, physically and emotionally. Here's how she survived.
by Rabbi Mark Wildes
What makes the Hebrew month of Elul so special?
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Step back and see what you are losing.
by Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
The key to living passionately and humbly.
by Hanna Perlberger
Every Jew is likened to a holy Temple. Let's start rebuilding by repairing our inner fragments.
Sometimes the most beautiful music comes from the least likely places.
by Rabbi Binyomin Weisz
The power of curiosity to transform our relationships and build Jewish unity.
by Rhonda Roth
Talking about grief is very painful and sometimes we have no one to talk to.
Don't let the enormity of the task debilitate you. Whatever you do makes a difference.
The challenge to upgrade, deepen, and refine our beliefs.
Taking the tragedy to heart.
We yearn for love and connection, as well as a pull toward physical gratification.
It's time to get out of the house and move on.
by Ruchi Koval
Meaning and beauty are to be found in that pain.
Our newborn baby and getting the family you need.
Three tools to rise above the downward pull of our physicality.
Jewish tradition compares the building blocks of our inner world to the four fundamental elements of creation.
How one song inspired a chain of people.
by Nas Daily
Michael Winkelmann, aka Beeple, is not an overnight success story.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
And walks out with a greater connection to God.
How to not give up when faced with neverending obstacles.
Timeless lessons from the beloved author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
by Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
A short collection of my favorite Jewish literary inversions.
We are all impacting each other. The question is how.
Three keys to mastering consistency: support, accountability and positive reinforcement.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
An inspiring true story on the power of giving.
How to relate to the holiday of Shavuot.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Channeling the potential guilt by embracing a life filled with meaning and purpose.
by Rabbi Rafi Lipner
Covid, Shavuot and how to hear the voice of God.
Let's take the words of Yedidya's father to heart.
by Tzachi Rosman, Psy.D.
A psychologist on understanding the various responses to trauma.
The famous story of Wag Dodge and the importance of living with passion and igniting our own fire.
It's important to make space for emotions.
by Dr. Leslie M. Gutman
How to prioritize what really matters to us and ensure that our time is well-spent.
The importance of treating those you care about with dignity, respect and love.
by Debbie Gutfreund
4 relevant lessons from Matt Fitzgerald’s The Comeback Quotient.
When we fall, we can stay on the ground, wallowing in our circumstance, or we can extract its lessons and come back stronger.
Trust your wingman.
Counting means forging a conscious, mindful relationship with time and its moments.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The purpose of the Exodus was to establish a personal, loving relationship between God and the Jewish People, including every individual Jew.
The real meaning of one of the Passover seder's most popular songs.
The fact that we can taste something as bitter is an affirmation of how sweet our lives generally are.
This year strive to personal reconnect to the exodus from Egypt through its tangible reminders.
by Dr. Tzachi Fried, Ph.D.
It feels good to assign blame for the problems we face, but it comes with some heavy hidden costs.
Norton Juster, the author of one of my favorite books, has died at the age of 91.
An amazing true story about one man's prayer to find his soul mate.
We grossly underestimate the power of our positive feedback.
It's not enough to want peace. We need to make peace and build bridges.
Stop hiding behind your mask and be the person you're meant to be.
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