From the moment they stand under the chuppah, newlyweds have two years to enjoy the special bliss that new love brings. This new finding, reported by the New York Times, is based on a study undertaken by American and European researchers. 1,761 people who got married and stayed married over 15 years were followed. The research shows that after two years the couples moved into a more companionable state in their relationships.
After a Thursday meeting that lasted almost three hours, with the Health Minister, MKs Moshe Feiglin (Likud) and Tamar Zandberg (Meretz) issued the following joint statement: “Today, a meeting was conducted on the cannabis issue at the Health Minister’s office, initiated by MK Moshe Feiglin and MK Tamar Zandberg. “No decisions were made at the […]
Here in Eretz Yisroel, one of the most exciting days of the year is Lag Ba’omer. Massive bonfires blaze in almost every empty lot, and multitudes of people throng to Meron to daven and rejoice. The commentators tell us that the reason we celebrate is because the students of R’ Akiva stopped dying on this day.