Our pleasant stay in Israel was interrupted earlier this week by the news of the demise of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis zt”l. I use the abbreviation for “zecher tzadekes livracha” advisedly, because she was indeed a “tzadekes.” She founded Hineni and stood at the forefront of the outreach movement long before it became popular and long
This Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which we observe in commemoration of the life and accomplishments of a great American. In tribute to Dr. King, Rabbi Weinreb composed this brief message: There is a tragedy that we remember this week, not a particularly Jewish one, but a universal tragedy. I speak of the
Thursday, July 24 Chavi and I arrived on El Al. The flight was full, and the landing was fine and secure, baruch Hashem. Friday, July 25 We went to OU Israel, where there were several people waiting to go on the mission. Rabbi Avi Berman (OU Israel Executive Director), a young woman named Dikla who
Straight talk from Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb about misconceptions surrounding the field and a therapist’s true role.
What does G-d want from us? What message is He sending? No one has answers to these questions. But I do have some reflections which I would like to share with you.
A good father influences his children well into the future.
A cornerstone of parenting: all Jews are valued by G-d.
The role of the father becomes crucial on Pesach.
Are only women the ones who face ongoing dilemmas as to whether their family roles or their professional roles take priority? Do not men face the same dilemma?
Because on Purim I have been face to face with death.