Provide opportunities for chesed. Get your children out there, helping those less fortunate or those in need.
Every quest has a beginning, and sooner or later, every quest will come to an end.
Even adults need memory strategies to remember important details in their personal or work lives.
Jews have the distinct impression that there are moments in time that we can forego the holiness of the Beit Knesset and allow a frivolous, if not rowdy, behavior.
The problem-solving needs to be collaborative. Rather than working for the one person with the challenging behavior, you might work with the person.
While we believe that there are numerous valid paths within Orthodox Judaism, not all observant Jews are born into a community that fits them.
In this book, Brown points out that those who feel like they truly belong have the courage to stand alone.
A final way to build self-esteem in your children and your family is simply to tell each other when you enjoy each other’s company.
There are dire repercussions for ignoring the Talmudic prohibition of talking in shul.
Introverts are people who prefer to be alone, enjoying the lack of stimulation and noise. On the other hand, extroverts thrive off of other people’s conversation and energy.
Divine providence had led me to a place I needed to be, the place I belonged.
Why does it sometimes feel as if we spend most of our professional lives fixing problems rather than enhancing and improving?