As we commemorate 40 years since the Yom Kippur War, read how Rav Yehuda Amital – Holocaust survivor, founder of Yeshivat Har Etzion, and public figure – inspired his students and combat soldiers as they served in duty, and how he dealt with mourning those who fell in battle.
Are people born with good inclinations or is it our job as parents to teach our kids selflessness? A modern take of the “Nature vs. Nurture” debate.
The month of Elul is also an important time to teach our kids about looking back in order to better ourselves.
Every couple will have disagreements and confront stress. Problems arise, however, when the marriage begins with unrealistic expectations of achieving “happily ever after” without effort or compromise, or when the couple is insufficiently mature or thoughtful to resolve disagreements in a healthy and constructive way.
Get shuckin’ with these super yummy corn recipes!
Does the Jewish community put too much emphasis on the clothes we wear and not enough on the actions we take?
Links in a chain of secrecy bridging cultures and faiths, the Tomb of David on Mount Zion, Zedekiah’s Cave, and the Mahane Yehuda market all bear the mark of the mysterious society of Freemasons.
Savitsky talks with Sam Finkel, author of the book “Rebels in a Holy Land”, about the early farming colonies in Israel.
Most people forget that David Ben-Gurion’s most significant accomplishment, even more important than the declaration of the State of Israel, were his efforts to ensure its survival.
Stephen Savitsky sits down with the Executive Director of Yeshivat Migdal Hatorah, Shmuel Katz about The Haredi Press in America. Savitsky Talks is a weekly 20 minute audio program with interviews and discussions that probe and explore contemporary Jewish life. Steve Savitsky’s unusually direct and objective approach make this program a refreshing take on the