How about I just stick to love and wonderment?
By Tzvi Freeman
I always appreciated getting one last look at the deceased . . .
By Yehuda Shurpin
Judaism offers a 60-day program of outlook-modification, and it's launching internationally . . .
By Ari Shishler
Testing fate with your words
By Avraham Plotkin
What is going on in the consciousness of the human being when we act in ways that we know are clearly wrong?
By Shifra Sharfstein
There are three places regarding which the nations cannot accuse Israel and say, "You have stolen them": the cave of Machpeilah, as it is written: "And Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver" (Genesis 23:16); the Temple Mount, as it is written, "So David gave to Ornan for the place six hundred shekels of gold" (I Chronicles 21:25); and Joseph's tomb -- "And [Jacob] bought the parcel of land for a hundred pieces of silver" (Genesis 33:19)
Midrash Rabbah, Bereishit 33:19