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The Joy Of Venting

I know that in the great scheme of things, these irritants are minor, but they do tend to add up.

Names, Shames, Stereotypes, And Blames

My name. “Harvey” has been getting a bad rap in the media lately, but it doesn’t bother me because I know wiser minds look at the person behind the name rather than the name itself.

The Cycle Of Life Continues

My family always found an open and warm welcome when they flew in for a family simcha, but now due to Hashem’s goodness and kindness I am now living in close proximity to several of my children.

Giving Thanks

Judaism is “gratitude with attitude.” And this, according to recent scientific research, really is a life-enhancing idea and the source of the command to give thanks is to be found in this week’s parsha

Honoring Our Differences

As Torahdik Jews we are expected to view every day as Parents Day.

The Rubashkin Saga – VIII

Another installment on the ongoing assault against Agriprocessor. This week's article discusses unions taking on the Rubashkins.

Modesty In The Age Of Abuse

According to the Ramban, this week's parshah is a roadmap and guide for all generations on how to engage with Eisav and his descendants and, as such, each pasuk, each word, each letter, is vital as we make our way.

Peace At Home And Among Our People (Part Three)

The eternal wisdom of Rebbetzin Jungreis (a”h)< This week the conclusion on making peace and fostering it in our families, our communities, and our people.

Rabbi Roy Feldman: From Manhattan’s KJ To Albany’s CBAJ

I was not interested at all in going more than a two- or three-hour drive from New York City because my family and my wife’s family both live in New York. The

Daf Yomi

The Greatest Reward Of Public Service ‘…[He] Who Leads The Public Gently …’ (Sanhedrin 92a)

A Miracle Staring Us In The Face

Ask 100 fellow Jews the following simple question; What’s the next Jewish holiday? Read the article and learn the SURPRISING answer

A Visitor From Amerika: A Tragic Parable For July 4

But above all, boasted the new Americans, here was a nation that was governed by law. This law protected all, even a poor Jew who could speak only Yiddish

Decoding PDD And NVLD: Understanding The Alphabet of Disabilities

Kids with NVLD are very verbal and often do not have academic problems until they get to the upper grades in school.

Chanukah

Although this bringing in of light begins at home, it does not stop there. Such is the nature of light that when one lights a light for one’s own benefit, it benefits also all who are in the vicinity.

A Survival Guide For Life With Young Children

The point is that we can’t behave right when we don’t feel right. And kids can’t behave right when they don’t feel right.

10 Thoughts On The President And The ‘[Expletive] Countries’

There are few filters between Trump’s mind and mouth--it's his appeal and his weakness. I wish Trump’s tweets and comments were as un-P.C. as they are now but stated in a sophisticated way. I also wish that cheesecake were not fattening

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