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His Whole Life Turned On A Sandwich

3 Shevat 5769 – January 28, 2009
You never know what event will spark a person's desire to return to Judaism. Art Sherman was an assimilated Jew married to a Polish Catholic woman. He owned a non-kosher Italian "hero sandwich shop" and an unbelievable comment, one day by his Rastafarian employee, sent him on a life-changing journey.

Airport And Tour Service Makes The Journey A Trip To Remember

25 Tevet 5769 – January 21, 2009
Traveling to Eretz Yisrael is wonderful, regardless of how many times one has visited our land.

Title: Ten Lost

27 Kislev 5769 – December 24, 2008
When Sender Zeyv published his first novel Aleph Shin eight years ago, it captured a host of enthusiastic readers.

When You’ve Done All You Can

13 Kislev 5769 – December 10, 2008
During a recent Shiva call, the topic of competent medical care was discussed.

There Is No ‘Road Not Taken’

28 Adar I 5768 – March 5, 2008
The poem "The Road Not Taken" by renowned American poet Robert Frost expresses the gnawing curiosity that a traveler knows he will always have about the road that he didn't take.

Title: SNAPSHOTS In Memory of Ben

9 Shevat 5768 – January 16, 2008
The unthinkable tragic death of one's child is a topic most of us find difficult to embrace.

Literally Orthodox: A Look At AJ Jacobs’s Spiritual Journey

2 Shevat 5768 – January 9, 2008
An agnostic may be compared to one who sits on the sideline of "The Big Game" without rooting for any particular team.

Shidduch Sadness (Part II)

28 Elul 5767 – September 11, 2007
In my previous column I wrote about older singles who were undermining their chance at getting married by letting others make decisions for them on as to whether to date a proposed shidduch or not.

Documenting Real Fiction

What role can a documentary film assume when facts cannot be agreed upon and truth is spelled with a lower case "t"?

The Miracle Of Marriage

13 Sivan 5767 – May 30, 2007
With the Sefiras HaOmer period behind us, the wedding season is in full swing.

Wandering In Paint, Wondering In Paint. Bamidbar At The Mercer Gallery

12 Adar II 5765 – March 23, 2005
Many mistranslate the word "midbar" as desert, whereas the word really carries more of a connotation for wasteland or wilderness, perhaps deriving from the root dever for "plague" or davar for "word" or "thing."

Following Zeh Yellow Brich Road: Journeying Jewishly Bezalel Alumni At The...

17 Tevet 5765 – December 29, 2004
Sitting stiffly on the very throne from which Pharaoh would later deny G-d and His children's freedom, Joseph surveyed his brothers bowing before him.

When Sharing A History Isn’t Enough

3 Tevet 5765 – December 15, 2004
As we go through this journey called life, we meet many people and make many friends.

Our Readers Respond

24 Adar 5764 – March 17, 2004
Special Note: I have received an unusual volume of mail in regard to my articles on the discovery of Ilan Ramon's diary and the Shabbos prayer he planned to recite which miraculously survived fire and a plunge through space at thirteen thousand miles per hour.

Q & A: ‘HaGomel’ When Traveling By Car

10 Av 5763 – August 8, 2003
QUESTION: Just the other day I was heading toward Connecticut on the New England Thruway. There was stop and go traffic. Eventually I saw the reason for the logjam. There had been a horrible accident involving a number of vehicles in one of the opposite lanes, with numerous ambulances and police present. In our direction of traffic we were all rubbernecking. I have no idea what the condition of those involved in the accident was. But I was wondering whether we should all say HaGomel whenever we arrive at home in one piece.I am told that you discussed this problem or a similar one before. Is it possible to elaborate on this topic again?Moshe JacobowitzBrooklyn, NY

Sh’mor Al Nafshecha – Watch Over Your Life

30 Nisan 5763 – May 2, 2003
The Torah admonishes each Jew to 'take care of yourself,' to do what's necessary to stay alive and well. Obviously this means to do life enhancing actions like eating and sleeping properly, taking precautions like putting on a seat belt when in a car, and not taking unnecessary risks, like jaywalking across a busy street or walking on a ledge 40 stories high. Most importantly, one needs to get medical attention when sick or injured.

Q & A: Al Achilat Matza (Part I)

QUESTION: I have noticed that when we eat the matza at the seder on Passover, we recite the blessing of Hamotzi lechem min ha'aretz, followed by Al achilat matza. Why don't we say Al achilat matza when we eat matza during the remainder of Passover?Moshe JakobowitzBrooklyn, NY

When Religion Comes Between Husband And Wife

20 Tammuz 5761 – July 11, 2001
Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis:Last year, I read your book, "The Committed Life," and ever since, nothing has been quite the same for me.

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