‘I Need To Matter’

One friend told me that her mother did not go to her brother’s high school graduation because he was not the valedictorian but only the salutatorian.

Fighting Haman Through Praise

I have an accomplished friend who is careful to maintain a healthy weight and works out several times a week – yet she cannot accept a compliment.

The Devil, Free Will And Covid

The last worldwide pandemic to hit the global population was the Spanish Flu, over 100 years ago. Over the last few months, I've asked myself why a pandemic now – and for over two years?

The Beginning Of Wisdom…

The beginning of wisdom is rooted in fearing Hashem. I realized that it is a supreme declaration of faith, emunah when one truly fears G-d.

On Our Own

There are subtle signs of a potentially problematic person. I have often said, people should marry people with compatible meshugasim.

Educating Students To Watch Over Their Souls

I'd like to point out certain lifesaving classes that I think would be in the best interest of all students to be taught, and should be part of the curriculum.

A Lesson Of Achdut From Man’s Best Friend

What struck me this time was the fact that these animals have no guyvah chinam – baseless snobbery. (Remember, you saw this phrase first here.)

Money Makes the World – Collapse

There have been numerous tragedies that have resulted in premature death and irrevocable injury – some extremely unlikely to happen, and quite rare, but none were inconceivable.

Judge Of The Truth

There are judges and lawyers both in secular and religious courts who ignored the facts so as to curry favor with the more prominent party in a financial or custody dispute. They frame their actions as being halachically justifiable.

A Shabbat Prayer

It’s one thing if you are responsible for your own misfortune, but so much more unbearable if you did all the right things and someone else who was not paying attention, or who took safety shortcuts, or used shoddy materials, caused horrific, irrevocable harm.

Coming Out Of Our Shells

We want the women who wear our clothes to feel that they are still adhering to the rules of modesty while still being fashionable.

Be My Guest

Visitors have to be mindful when they are visiting family in a private house, that they are not in a hotel, where they feel it's ok to leave a mess for someone else to clean up.

Comfortable, Chic And Ready To Move

I tried to design a style that felt like you weren’t wearing a skirt. This style allows you to do almost every activity without feeling restricted.

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