Life: The School Of Growth – The Jewish Website – aish.com

Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier is the Director of the www.theShmuz.com. His website has impacted thousands of people world wide in a positive way. One can download over 200 free shmuzin, watch “bursts of inspiration” and obtain his latest incredible sefer; Stop Surviving Start Living”. His popular “Shmuz …

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: V’etchanan 5775 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

10-Minute Parsha Series [video] Parshat Chukat: A Turning …

Mile High Torah Hold on to Your Values 1 Minute Vort on the Parsha (5775) Deaf to the World 1 Minute Vort on the Parsha (5774) Become a Leader A Life Lesson Don’t Just Pass the Buck Appel’s Parsha Page Respect for the dead Blogging the Bible (5778) If I Forget Thee Blogging the Bible (5777) Tomb of Our Fathers Blogging the Bible (5776) The Evil Eye

Shraga’s Weekly Parshat Shoftim: Life’s Most Important Thing

Rabbi Shraga Simmons is the co-founder of Aish.com, and co-author of “48 Ways to Wisdom” (ArtScroll). He is Founder and Director of Aish.com’s advanced learning site. He is co-founder of HonestReporting.com, and author of “David & Goliath”, the definitive account of anti-Israel media bias.Originally from Buffalo, New York, he holds a degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin …

Family Parsha Parshat Metzora: Use Your Abilities

In our story a couple of kids get a big lesson from a tiny ant. “LIFE’S A PICNIC” Rebecca Feldman spread out the bright, red-checkered tablecloth on the ground and plunked down the cooler full of fresh made sandwiches and other goodies.

1 Minute Vort on the Parsha Parshat Metzora: “You Think I …

If he is poor and his means are not sufficient… (Lev. 14:21) The offerings of a wealthy and poor man are not equal – they are only required to bring offerings according to their means. The Mishnah(1) states that a wealthy metzora (a person struck with tzoraas) who brings a poor man’s offering has …

Family Parsha Parshat Shoftim: Don’t Waste Things

God gives us so many good things. He wants us to enjoy the good of the world, but He doesn’t want us to waste it. In this week’s Torah portion we learn that when an army goes to war and needs to cut down trees for the wood, they should be careful only to cut down trees that don’t bear fruit. It …