Jewish Living

Saturday Night Fever

by | in Jewish Living

Motzei Shabbat. The recitation of the final amen pierces the air like the crack of the starter’s pistol and signals that the race has begun. The sleepy gait of Shabbat has gracefully retired into the… Read more

Jonathan Blass

by | in Jewish Living

HaRav Avraham Yitzchak HaKohen Kook’s understanding of what makes Am Yisrael God’s Chosen People had practical as well as theoretical relevance for his generation and continues to be vitally important… Read more

Absolute Morality

by | in Jewish Living

When our children enter this world, we are given a blessing that “we may raise them to Torah, marriage and good deeds.” This is the fervent hope of every parent, but in today’s world of… Read more

A Husband’s Promises

by | in Jewish Living

I will remember that I am your husband and that I love you. I will be kind to you. I will keep in mind all the stories about the incredible gentleness our gedolim, Rav Moshe Feinstein, zt”l, and Rav… Read more

Partnering with God

by | in Jewish Living

My rabbinic career began with a mission--to help individual neshamot (souls) in their relationship with God. When I became a physician, it was to cure the ills of the body. As a psychiatrist, I dealt… Read more