Weekly Op-Ed •March 19th, 2010• 10 Comments
The question becomes not how or why can evil exist in the presence of a benevolent G-d, but what allowed for it to emerge in the first place, and above all: What are we to do about it?
Weekly Op-Ed •September 12th, 2008• 3 Comments
I realized and continue to realize the deep grief of so many tormented souls; children whose lives were forever altered because of a self-indulgent, sick adult.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 29th, 2007• 0 Comments
A personal story of 2 events on the same day in 1927 and 1967 that shaped the spiritual commitment to Jewish life and history revealing G-d’s Divine plan.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 20th, 2006• 6 Comments
Just like a machine cannot run if it’s not being used for what its engineer intended, we too cannot function smoothly if we are living dichotomies.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 14th, 2006• 22 Comments
The universe is and has always been at war & Israel its epicentre. The latest terror attack coinciding with the 3 Weeks stresses the true nature of the war.
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 • 0 Comments
In part four of “Money and Spirituality,” the true value of man is discussed, and the simultaneously socialist and capitalist approach of the Torah elucidated.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 6th, 2005• 0 Comments
Are humans inherently greedy and self-absorbed? Or is it our bodies that demand this from our actually selfless souls?
April 11th, 2002•
The dichotomy between good and evil as well as truth and lies are discussed in the context of current world events and prevailing points of view.