Video: Rosh Hashanah: What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Mr. Charlie Harary, Esq. is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad speaking for organizations, schools, universities and institutions on a variety of topics and to audiences of various sizes and affiliations.

My Son the Doctor-Murderer – aishcom

SUKKOT. By fulfilling the mitzvah of dwelling in a sukkah during the holiday of Sukkot, a Jew is literally surrounded by the Shechina, the feminine Presence of God. This is generally conceived as the “reward” for the repentance the person undertook during the Rosh Hashana-Yom Kippur period.

The Love-Your-Fellow-Jew Challenge – aish.com

Love your fellow Jew is a lesson that both the Sephardic and Ashkenazaic communities need fellow. Too often there are negative feelings between the two. (39) Sam Ghanouni , July 7, 2013 7:52 PM

Learning from Shoshie – aish.com

Rabbi Mike Stern reflects on the tragic death of his 12-year-old daughter. For the past 20 years, Rabbi Mike Stern has inspired thousands of people with his great love of humanity and his great love of Judaism. Whether in rabbinical posts at Aish Philadelphia, the Milwaukee Kollel, and now as the …

Video: Purposeful Love – aish.com

Lori Palatnik is a writer and Jewish educator who has appeared on television and radio. She is the Founding Director of The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, an international initiative that brings thousands of women to Israel each year from 18 different countries on highly subsidized programs to inspire them with the beauty and wisdom of their heritage (www.jwrp.org).

Jtube: Ushpizin – aish.com

I think the better question is should we ever be angry with G-d. If we understand the loving nature of HaShem and the fact that He cares for us then then anger would cease to be a factor in our relationship.

Video: The Thank You People – aish.com

Lori Palatnik is a writer and Jewish educator who has appeared on television and radio. She is the Founding Director of The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, an international initiative that brings thousands of women to Israel each year from 18 different countries on highly subsidized programs to …

The Torah Any Times

T orahAnytime is proud to present its latest special Tishrei Companion, sure to enhance your journey through the High Holidays and fill your days with meaning, wisdom and inspiration.

20 Favorite Jewish Quotes – The Jewish Website – aish.com

My two favorite Jewish quotes. My favorite Jewish quote from King David is ” Im eshkachech yerushalayim tishkach yemini.” ( If I forget thee Jerusalem, may my right hand lose it’s cunning) My second favorite is the Hillel quote mentioned in the article.

The Straight Path Home – aishcom

Editor’s note: The thoughts expressed in this article do not necessarily represent the experience of others who practice Judaism in light of their homosexual inclinations.

Dear Emuna: Teenage Driver – aishcom

Teenage Driver Rebbetzin Braverman did an excellent job at addressing the fears of the Parent of Teenager who wants to drive. However, there is a practical solution.

A Life Lesson Parshat Lech Lecha: Moving With Purpose

Adam Lieberman is a business consultant and who advises executives and companies across a spectrum of industries. He also runs a non-profit foundation which helps Jews of all backgrounds to see the beauty and relevance of their heritage.

Video: inoculations – YouTube

Mr. Charlie Harary, Esq. is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad speaking for organizations, schools, universities and institutions on a variety of topics and to audiences of various sizes and affiliations.

A Relationship with God – aishcom

I survived psychopathic and cold, distant parents and other predatory family members and the reason was a conscience that was undeniably attached to G-d’s voice and skills developed early to cope with the unending for 12 years, violence.

The Odd Odyssey of a Country Club Jew – aish.com

At 42, Bonnie Cohen was living her dream life. Her husband Alan was the CEO of a successful company. They lived in a big house in Southern California, drove a Rolls Royce and a Porsche, and traveled – First Class – all over the world.

M’oray Ha’Aish Parshat Lech Lecha: Love and Fear

Parshat Lech Lecha begins in what seems to be the middle – the middle of Avraham’s life, the middle of some ongoing dialogue or relationship between Avraham and God, the middle of a paradigm shift, the middle of Terah’s failed voyage to Canaan.

My Lost Pendant – aishcom

My Lost Pendant Dec 12, 2015 | by Judy Gruen My chances of finding my special pendant in the enormous mall were about as good as my winning the Pulitzer Prize.

Outlooks & Insights Parshat Ekev: Loving the Convert

Nevertheless, it is difficult to relate to the convert with a sense of total affinity, since his embrace of Torah and mitzvot was voluntary and ours was by birth. Therefore the Torah could not merely exhort us to emulate God in loving the convert, since there is an impediment to actually fulfilling this command.