We dwell within a living work of art, perhaps a symphony, or perhaps a dance, of uncountable parts. If we look with open eyes, we will discover the signature of an unknowable Creator within the knowable patterns of nature.
By Tzvi Freeman
There are plenty of other animals that aren’t kosher either, but none of them arouse as much disgust as the pig. Why?
By Mendy Kaminker
Is there any significance to the number of plagues? Why the need for all 10?
By Malkie Janowski
“That’s it! I’ve had enough!” Do you hear yourself saying those words as you resolve to work on breaking a bad habit that has gotten a stronghold on your life?
By Chana Weisberg
On the one hand, the prophet admonishes the people for their immoral choices; on the other, he speaks in lavish terms of the bright future ahead for the Jewish people.
By Mendel Dubov
We discussed issues of intense bitterness, anger and guilt, but also forgiveness, responsibility and letting go.
By Rivka Levron
Just between the two of us . . . after all the money your father and I spent on this event, it had better be fabulous!
Once I started learning about G‑dly behavior, I sometimes regretted my past, pondering how I would have “acted” had I been raised differently.
By Lieba Rudolph
Do not separate yourself from the community
Ethics of the Fathers 4:5