Shorts • 0 Comments
Although we have doctors, the responsibility to care for body and soul lies primarily within ourselves. This excerpt from Toward a Meaningful Life outlines an approach to health based on Jewish philosophy.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed •October 15th, 2014• 1 Comment
Go deeper into your experience of concluding this year’s Torah reading cycle and beginning anew with ideas and stories from The Meaningful Life Center.
Weekly Op-Ed • 7 Comments
How much of a role do religious practices, faith and trust in G-d play in the healing process?
Weekly Op-Ed •September 5th, 2008• 30 Comments
What are our obligations as parents, teachers, writers, website editors, or just plain adult citizens, when it comes to abuse?
Many tears indeed can be shed for our children whose lives are prematurely “hijacked” by the demons of abuse and drugs; bright futures suddenly aborted; robbed of their possibilities; injured psyches.
August 15th, 2002• Comments Off on Ki-Teitzei: The Seven Weeks of Comfort
Following the three weeks of mourning for the destruction of the Holy Temple, there is a seven week period of comfort which allows us to heal and renew our connection to G-d.