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Cheshvan: Turning the Bitter into Greatness

6 hours agoReligion / Judaism : Aish.com

The spiritual growth we’ve harnessed this past month is available throughout the year.

Cheshvan: Facing the Ordinary

13 hours agoReligion / Judaism : Aish.com

Now is the time to put into action all the hopes, prayers and resolutions we made at the start of the Jewish New Year.

New Acquisition: Pitigliano Pinkas

The city of Pitigliano, in Tuscany, has a long history of Jewish inhabitants.  There was a continuous Jewish community in Pitigliano until World War II, and the Jewish population there was so well-known that the town was known as “little Jerusalem.”  Its synagogue, still intact, was built in 1598. Our newest acquisition is a Pinkas […]

The Flood and the Abuse of Power

When mankind ignores the inherent equality between the sexes and their mutual responsibility, the flood is not far behind.

Rabbi Roundtable at the Forward

The good folks at the the Forward have started up a new series they're calling Rabbi Roundtable. They chose 17 rabbis from across the denominational spectrum, and they're posing questions to us and sharing our answers. The first one of...

Hassidic CEO’s Secrets of Success

An interview with Shmuel Gniwisch, former CEO of one of the top 100 ecommerce companies.

Jews and Beer: 8 Surprising Facts

For centuries Jews have been vital in the production and marketing of beer.

4 Simple Phrases to Help Teach Kids to be Respectful

Children get mouthy because they haven’t learned how to handle the overwhelming feelings of anger, disappointment, and frustration.

Asking God

His friend had seven children. He was only asking for one.

On stillness after the holidays

...This is our time to rest, like bulbs cradled in the embrace of the earth. It’s time to slow our breathing, like the shavasana pose that ends many yoga classes. We’ve been pouring out our hearts: now it’s time to...

Visions of Renewal in Connecticut

One of the great joys of being an unofficial ambassador for Jewish Renewal is getting invited to share spiritual technologies that have deeply shaped my life and my rabbinate with new communities that may not yet have experienced them. Over...

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