by Rebbetzin Chana Heller
Patience with people is an absolute necessity for a fulfilling life.
by Sarah Pachter
Dr. Edith Eger's tool to break free from the grip of painful experiences.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
God isn't out to get us; He has a plan and is orchestrating everything for our good.
by Hanna Perlberger
How many times have you wished you acted but didn’t, and then the opportunity was gone, sometimes forever?
When you can't change your situation, you're challenged to change yourself.
Here are some of the most effective anti-worry tools.
by Tzvi Nightingale
The greatest of all time can teach us a thing or two about what it takes to surpass expectations and attain unimaginable success.
by Michelle Halle, LCSW
You’ll never be the same after making a mistake – you can be better.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
Let's use this difficult time to harness the joy of being alive.
The best way to uplift yourself is to uplift someone else. A lesson from my 8-year-old daughter.
by Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski
The prolific rabbi left behind a legacy of insight and inspiration.
by Emuna Braverman
After losing her husband, Sarah Weintraub created something new and beautiful to celebrate his life and character.
Real growth sometimes happens beneath the surface where no one can see.
by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
For our turbulent times, a voice from above.
You have what it takes. Just look inside.
by Rabbi Philip Moskowitz
Sonia Vallabh was 27 when she discovered that she inherited the genetic mutation that killed her mother at age 51. Instead of crippling her, the news motivated her.
by Debbie Gutfreund
In honor of Tu B’Shvat, 6 lessons on how to grow.
Because true success is in the trying.
Believe it: sometimes miracles do happen.
by Tzachi Rosman, Psy.D.
Some helpful thoughts on my weight loss journey.
by Dr. Tzachi Fried, Ph.D.
I was insisting that everything should revert back to normal rather than accept and make peace with my new reality.
You are not alone in your pain.
by Dr. Leslie M. Gutman
Practical tips from behavioral science that can help us bring forth positive change in the new year.
How can we use this most difficult year to better ourselves and the world?
Out of 7 billion people in the world, no one has your unique soul.
by Elissa Felder
An Auschwitz survivor shares her life-affirming wisdom.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Plastic surgery for the soul.
Anyone can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Hanukkah reminds us that even amidst a dark pandemic, nothing is left to chance.
Strategies to encourage belief in a higher purpose, hope for the future, gratitude for our lives, and the meaning we construct from our suffering.
Hanukkah is a unique time for accessing the sparks of light within and thereby light up the world.
by Devora Shabtai and Sony Perlman
Addiction is a daily uphill battle where modern-day miracles are being performed throughout the recovery process.
Hope is the underlying story the Jewish people.
Jim Kwik's 7 common lies that limit our ability to learn and reach our potential.
Five evidence-based strategies to help you cultivate resilience.
A lesson in how to get through tough challenges.
Life is full of struggle. Never give up.
This has never been more important than it is now when so much seems to be going wrong in the world and in our lives.
Sometimes our challenges that we feel are burying us can be precursors for growth.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
A small selection of meaningful quotes from Rabbi Sacks, of blessed memory.
by Bracha Goetz
When we're overeating, it's not our bodies that are hungry – it’s our souls.
Spiritual immunization for the pandemic and political unrest.
And it isn't Trump or Biden.
This simple routine can train your mind to focus on the blessings in your life and stop jealousy in its tracks.
We all need a quiet space where we can be alone and reconnect to ourselves and God.
Feeling stuck? Here's your way out.
by Rabbi Rafi Lipner
Retaining some of that Yom Kippur mentality in your every day life.
by Ruchi Koval
Sometimes the journey to self-discovery begins with a trauma.
by Esther Neuman and M. Gary Neuman
Be kind to yourself.
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