Chaim Topol’s passing brings to fore one of the most common American Jewish experiences.
Why must men buy their wives gold jewelry for holidays? And why aren’t women obligated to buy similar gifts for their husbands?
When did Moses take ownership of the Jewish people? And why aren’t the shluchim leaving Ukraine?
This parshah brings us to the age-old debate: do Jews do better with money or without it?
A new initiative for the bodies of the deceased sound suspiciously like Judaism’s ancient traditions.
How can we stay excited about something we do on a regular basis?
When something bad happens to us, we can view it as a setback or as an opportunity. When the Jews committed the sin of the Golden Calf, it seemed to be a disaster, but Moshe came out with a very significant gain.