Sunday, / October 24, 2021
Articles Filed Under “Editorial”
Success In 180 Words
I’ve always wondered why our Sages never clarified the definition of success. The Mishna defines the “rich” person, the “smart” person and the “strong” one.…
Reflections On Leadership
A true leader, said the Rebbe, must selflessly put aside any personal interests when confronted with adversity, and be concerned only for the community and…
Partnerships For Jewish Life
There’s been no dearth of data on the sharp decline in Jewish giving and its steady downhill slide, a fact that is forcing major Jewish…
In Pursuit of Practicable Freedom
Parents, however, who choose to educate their children in private schools are taxed all the same, while additionally having to pay full tuition for their…
A Leap of Faith
I love to jump! And so, after school I went leaping around New Zealand, across Australia, Africa and finally to Israel.
Children Travel Through Jewish Time
Since opening some 50,000 people a year have been greeted by Abraham as he offers a gateway into the 7,000 square-foot tour of Jewish culture…
Terror in Jerusalem and the Danger of Ambivalence
I howled loudly because even Shakespeare, lyrical master that he was, knew that some offenses are so odious they cannot be contained in words. This…
Dreams of Deliverance: To Want (Moshiach) Differently
For forty years he bore the burden, resuscitating a ravaged people after its near annihilation. And now, as he surveyed the state of the nation,…
After Twenty Years
To be Jewish, the Rebbe taught, is to care about matters great and lofty, but only insofar as they make us more attentive to the…
No More Apologies: My Thoughts on Vayikrah
I decided a long time ago that my job can be stressful enough as is and that if G-d wanted me as his personal publicist…
The Gravity of Intermarriage
Living in a society that celebrates religious diversity, we no longer need to apologize for the tradition and practices that set us apart as Jews.…
About A Good Jewish Cause
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What the Pew Study Didn’t Ask About Jewish Identity
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Play Now, Pay Later: Lessons From The Madoff Tragedy
With the news of Mark Madoff’s suicide, this family’s ruinous fall has grown to make it worthy of Shakespearean tragedy. Like Macbeth, this is the…
Staying Attuned on the Day of Atonement
Reb Schneur Zalman, the founder of Chabad Chasidism, himself a mystic, a towering mind, and a tzaddik, stunned his congregation one Yom Kippur morning, when…
Editorial: On The Biography of A Tzaddik
Biographies on the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, who passed away on the third day of Tammuz in 1994, are making appearances in mainstream…
Chabad on Campus Draws 800 College Students To Retreat in Brooklyn
They are trading Harvard Square and College Hill for Eastern Parkway and Kingston Avenue.
In Conversation: Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky was secretary to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, for a period of 40 years. As a young boy of 13,…
The Way Things Were: Reflections On The Rebbe’s Birth Date
(lubavitch.com) Where were you the last time the Jewish people assembled to bless the sun? Maybe you didn’t even know about it then. The year…
Birkat HaChamah, The Blessing of the Sun, 2009
Here’s a short quiz. Read the following quote and then answer the simple question below. “This country, with God’s help, can be self-sufficient in energy.…
In Conversation: Rabbi Nochem Kaplan
You’ve been elected to serve as President of the NCPSA. How significant is that? Well, notwithstanding the fact that most people have never heard of…
Purim Thoughts: The Donkey, The Foal and The Pig
The story of Purim is a story of masking and unmasking, of turning reality on its head, in which nothing is what it seems at…
On Jewish Women, Education, Philanthropy
(lubavitch.com) Rebbetzin Chaya Moussia, wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, took great personal interest in the well being of the Shluchim and Shluchos, and truly regarded…
COUNTERVIEW of THE VIEW
What’s your response to Loving Leah and its promotion on the The View?As an actress and a Jewish woman, I can tell you that if…
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