Stories • 0 Comments
Discover how the unity of G-d can infiltrate even the most mundane of activities.
Shorts • 0 Comments
Our sages tell us that “Every day, an echo resounds from Mount Sinai” beckoning to man to come close to G-d.
A Chassidic story of the disciples of the Maggid of Mezerich, including the Alter Rebbe, discussing how, in their opinions, G-d should run the world.
The Baal Shem Tov teaches us about the importance of perseverance in our spiritual pursuits and our dynamic relationship with G-d.
Essays • 0 Comments
Breaking the tablets symbolized a severing of the relationship between G-d and the Jewish people, an act which constitutes Moses’ greatest achievement
Weekly Op-Ed •November 16th, 2007• 4 Comments
Is marriage predestined or dependent on your efforts? There are many opinions but all agree that though G-d’s predestined it we have the power to change it.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 8th, 2006• 17 Comments
The value and significance of questions, opinions and feedback; and the time-old question whether parents should bequeath their wealth to their children.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 1st, 2006• 11 Comments
In Parshat Korach in the Book of Numbers we learn the value of wealth. The history of money reflects the inherent conflict of life: are we takers or givers?
Weekly Op-Ed •June 24th, 2006• 6 Comments
Learning Samech Vav while doing jury duty: Living a spiritual life in a material world means engaging and transforming life not just avoidance & insulation.
Weekly Op-Ed •August 6th, 2005• 0 Comments
From our enemies we learn our weaknesses and what needs protection. From Al Qaeda’s new print-Internet magazine we learn about our own passion for Israel.