My tatte had a magnificent voice that had the power to pierce the most hardened heart.
When your parents come to visit, do you rush to the door and welcome them with a loving heart?
One day, my father met one of my classmate’s parents and came home livid.
"In New York I partied almost every night and the next day I didn’t feel good about myself. But here, after spending the night at the Wall, I feel an exhilaration."
The first thing you need to do is bring your burden to our loving Father. Speak to Hashem from the heart.
I’m also a rebbetzin but as yet I do not have married children; it’s an experience I’m looking forward to and the reason I am writing to you now.
If you are a blessing to others, life takes on a different meaning.
It really hit home when you pointed out that on Yom Kippur G-d forgives us with a smile and loving embrace.
When we give to others we are only returning that which He gave us.
We really are a bunch of schnorrers.
When I started a conversation with the young man his responses were rather cynical but I wouldn't give in.
Obviously it is our choice to accept or deny that G-d is leading us on our path. Yet that choice will determine the meaning of our lives.
"When we were liberated, we blew the shofar again and my father took it with him."
Those who cannot find meaning in their countries of exile find it in this ancient city.
The story was about a mother who lost her husband and eleven of her children in Auschwitz.
Assign each of your children his or her inheritance so that there is less chance for any controversy when you and your husband have passed on.
Rebbetzin, I have seen families where cousins, aunts and uncles are not even invited to one another’s weddings.
Let us understand once and for all that G-d is not a puppeteer and we are not puppets.
It is wise not to react to everything you see or hear.
Examine your life and recite Psalm 100 – the Psalm of Thanksgiving. Yes, you have many things to be grateful for and rejoice in.