Shorts •Essays • 7 Comments
It is time to ask ourselves: What happens after death, if anything? What does death really mean? How should the surviving loved ones react? What is the meaning of death?
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The mystical meaning of Jewish burial customs. Burial is the ultimate kindness to another person. A kindness done to the dead is a true kindness, for one does not expect a favor in return.
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Why do bad things happen to good people? How can God allow or do painful things? An open discussion on these tough questions.
Weekly Op-Ed • 8 Comments
This column has been following these journeys as we read through the book of Numbers – in an attempt to decipher the personal application and psycho-spiritual meaning and significance of the 42 journeys.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 8th, 2008• 1 Comment
Cynics argue that at the end of it all, almighty death vanquishes life. Yet life can triumph over death, transforming the deepest grief into the greatest of joys.
Weekly Op-Ed •March 9th, 2007• 6 Comments
In Parshat Ki Tissa, Moses learns to be a partner with G/d and to see His face when He reveals it, even in suffering.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed • 6 Comments
The concept of genuine truth is discussed in light of a personal story, and the layers and dimensions of truth are dissected.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 22nd, 2006• 9 Comments
Nothing can console those who have lost a loved one. The only thing keeping them whole is a connection something greater than death and life, G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 30th, 2005• 0 Comments
The Torah is the roadmap in the journey of life, especially the Book of Bamidbar, Numbers.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 23rd, 2005• 0 Comments
Each chapter in the book of Bamidbar (as captured in each chapter name) conveys a vital message to us, in accumulating order, how we must travel our journey