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Find inspiration in Moses’ gathering the 600,000 Jews in Parshat Vayakhel to appreciate the great diversity within Judaism.
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The majesty of great people is that it is never about them personally. Even when their Divine cause emerges victorious, they display profound humility.
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A personal story about a blind woman who rediscovered her Judaism and the great miracle that occurred afterwards.
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The secret of seamlessness – which lies behind the secret of happiness – is thus dependent on discovering the mission of our lives.
Shorts •Weekly Op-Ed • 35 Comments
With atrocities being perpetrated by Muslims in the name of Allah — mass beheadings, rapes and murders of women and children, the killings of thousands of innocent people — why do we not hear any voice of protest from any of you?
Weekly Op-Ed •February 5th, 2015• 7 Comments
Islam stands today at a crossroads: Will it embrace the beauty or the beast?
Israel’s spiritual centrality serves as a gift to all the nations, including the Jews who are charged with the task of bringing these nations closer to G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 29th, 2004• 1 Comment
A theory on the world’s fixation with Eretz Yisroel and how you can bring peace to the Holy Land and holiness to where you live.
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The book of Genesis ends as the year ends. But our book just begins. What will your story be? It’s up to you.
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The reality that we live with seems harsh because the world was created dark, but everything in this world has a higher purpose that we can’t see.