It behooves us not to focus on the wonders attributed to him, but rather on the extraordinary breadth and depth of his Torah knowledge and wisdom, and on the impact his righteousness had on Am Yisrael.
An attempt at understanding the world of Rav Chaim Kanievsky, zt”l
Rav Chaim’s value system is not reserved for Rechov Rashbam . . . it can be ours too.
The Rebbe wrote that his relationship with the Rav was ‘much greater than people knew.’
The kiruv movement is larger, more unified, more professional and more effective than ever before.
Once people were spending more time on social media, it became a no-brainer for us to be there, too . . . . We’re helping Jews engage with and share timeless Jewish wisdom.
Experts in Jewish communal work weigh in on the specific challenges and opportunities of klal work within the Modern Orthodox community.
I’ve been working in the non-profit sector since I entered the workforce eleven years ago. I began in outreach and found my way into operations and fundraising. I did not grow up observant; that experience fuels my passion for educating Jews who have not had access to a Jewish education. At Partners in Torah, I […]
With more than 3,000 full-time and part-time staff members worldwide, the OU is taking significant steps to make sure its current and potential employees see a future for themselves within the organization.
Only once our children are armored with certain sensibilities do the halachos of tzenius even begin to make sense to them.
Tishrei is about the journey, rather than getting to the finish line.
In whatever manner one understands the saying about walking four amot in Israel, it is clear that Chazal placed great emphasis and value on the physical Land of Israel and creating a personal connection with it.
Our seemingly endless choices in life today can become paralyzing when we finally need to choose one option.
Far removed from Biblical prose or even poetry, the Song’s lyrical conversations between two lovers—describing their pursuit of each other through vineyards and fields of blossoming flowers—seem enigmatic and unlike any other book in Tanach.
If some of our attitudes are distinctly American, is our Orthodox Judaism still authentic?
Simchas Torah would have to pass us by; we were not emotionally ready for the joy, the songs, the ecstatic dancing. But how could we deprive our children of this special yom tov?
Being aware of one’s own worth can be a helpful catalyst for growth and change. . . . Self-gratitude “reminds people that they’re part of a bigger story and that they have the power to grow.”
While the particular program might differ from school to school, it is almost universal that chesed is an expectation and a central component of a frum woman’s education.