‘There was no uniformity and there were many certifications that were questionable. The challenge was to set the standard.’ Which the OU ultimately did.
With all the pressures that come along with leading a frum life, preventative health care often takes a back seat.
What you can do to promote a healthy lifestyle
Seven tips on healthy living
Reflections on the founding of the Jewish State
How did a variety of great religious personalities respond to the founding of the State of Israel?
We were not only “few against many,” but a small settlement of less than a million souls, with a few hundred rifles, fighting against six nations of 100 million Arabs with armies and planes and tanks.
These firsthand testimonies capture the miraculous events of 1948 from a uniquely religious perspective.
As much as we’d like to think of it as a sober, careful decision, we have yet to understand the astounding forces that gathered, propelling us to our homeland.
Rather than being owners, we are actually stewards, entrusted by Hashem with the transient role of using our assets as He would expect of us.
The factors that can make Jewish education a wonderful profession.
Crash course on the kashrut of eggs
Minted Cantaloupe Soup; Mock-Crab & Peach Salad in Radicchio Cups; Watermelon-Lime Sorbet
Misconception: The “Kotel”1—the Western or Wailing Wall—is Judaism’s holiest site. Fact: The location of the Kodesh Hakodashim (the “Holy of Holies” section of the Beit Hamikdash) on the Temple Mount is Judaism’s holiest site. In recent centuries, when Jews were barred from the Temple Mount and the closest accessible site was a piece of the […]
This book will benefit anyone who is interested in discovering a deeper, Torah-based approach to gratitude.
For the reader looking to engage in the intellectual depth and breadth of Jewish thought, this is a superb book from a unique thinker.
Even after living in Yerushalayim for more than ten years now, I still experience a sense of wonderment when I turn off the street named for Ramban to the street named for Ibn Ezra and when the seasonal decorations on the lampposts are for my festival, not someone else’s.
We should seek each other out and connect with community—so that we connect with the Divine.