Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein, the revered mashgiach and Ba’al Mussar was once riding in a cab and the Israeli driver related the following story: “Rebbi, when my friends and I completed our army service, we decided to go on a world tour. We found ourselves in the jungles of Africa one night when all of a
Savitsky talks with Rabbi Yamin Levy, author of Confronting the Loss of a Baby: A Personal and Jewish Perspective.
Did the Scripps National Spelling Bee spell the word ‘Knaidel’ right and, is it a good thing that American society has fully accepted “Yiddish-isms” into their pop-culture vernacular?
“You stay on your side of the fence and I’ll stay on mine.” What could be wrong with such an attitude?
We live in fraught times; times of anger and fear; times of polarization. We see this in the politics of our nation and in the discourse by people of faith. In so many aspects of life, people seem to sullenly retreat into those beliefs, feelings or opinions to which they subscribe, without regard for the
How to protect yourself and your family from the immorality around us.
Why does it take the death of a 12-year-old girl to bring us all together? Surely there are events, programs, commemorations, or speakers for which we can gather even more people with a sense of unity and cohesiveness.
Without the mystery of attraction, you would never get married. Most likely, you would scrutinize the other person to no end.
Stephen Savitsky talks to Shaindel Simes about how her family adjusted after the crippling accident.
The strength to live and celebrate again.