Last week, in a response to a letter, I wrote about preparing for loneliness.
In memory of the chayalim of the IDF whose lives were prematurely snuffed out when they still had so much living to do.
Last week's conference on Jewish genealogy in New York featured many sessions dealing with the issues of tracing Jewish lineage.
It is important to remember that there is only one person on this earth with whom you'll spend the rest of your life.
While most of Europe is critical of Israel's war against Hizbullah, the country that most Jews think of being the most anti-Semitic is hosting a group of Israeli youth from northern Israel to ease their trauma.
Last week I tried to explain a discipline technique called "Logical Consequence".
This past Sunday in Iraq a suicide bomber blew himself in the midst of mourners at a funeral, killing at least 10 people and injuring at least 18.
Last week I wrote about Rabbi Avraham Reich, a decendent of Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Rymanow.
I have had many responses to the article highlighting the dilemma that occurs when couples remarry in their senior years and want to pursue their dreams and move to Israel.
While the Ukraine was the birth place of the Chassidic movement, Poland and especially the Galicia area soon became the hub for most Chassidic activity after only two generations.
Dr. Benjamin Rush (1745-1813), a physician and a signer of the Declaration of Independence, "was the most striking, the most impressive, and the most controversial figure in North American medicine of his day. Brilliant and well educated, he was a restless soul, impatient and impulsive, quick to make decisions and to defend them against all disagreement.
One of the many forms of discipline that is used in both homes and schools that is very effective is known as "logical consequences".
Some may say that certain unlikely events and their timing are a matter coincidence, but we who believe that Hashem is the Eternal Mastermind of the Universe - know better.
The town of Gostynin is located 14 miles southwest of the city of Plock and approximately 60 miles northwest of Warsaw.
I recently wrote an article about older adults who are single (either widowed or divorced) and who have grown children with their own young families.
I recently wrote an article about older adults who are single, whether widowed or divorced, who have grown children with their own young families.
Last week saw the greatest modern (post-Holocaust) celebration of Jewish culture in Europe at the Krakow Jewish Cultural Festival.
Like my previous story of Irv and Chaya, Seymour and P'nina were both beginning second marriages and they too had grown children who were married and had children of their own.
The discovery of the Western Hemisphere opened new opportunities for Jews.
In my previous column I wrote how apprehension has replaced anticipation when a son or daughter enters the shidduch parsha.