Rav Uri Deutsch shares Shavuos insight and inspiration
My stutter didn’t just turn up one day, like it does for some people after a traumatic event — it’s been with me for as long as I can remember
Every word of Torah is a creation, living and dynamic and ever-growing
This year, I decide, for Shavuos night, we’re going to have a meal centered around Torah
Why not incorporate spicy mayo into the dressing along with other ingredients synonymous with Asian cuisine?
I’d like to introduce another important component to recovery from unwanted eating behaviors
When Chazal say one who does a mitzvah he was commanded to do is greater than one who wasn’t commanded, they don’t mean more praiseworthy. They mean the effects of his mitzvah are ...
I realize it’s obvious that I need to do real teshuvah here, and I need to ask mechilah
Six women share the moment they felt privileged to belong to our nation
Instead of obligation, Hashem emphasized privilege
We hear so many stories about gedolim who were mediocre at best as children, and who later became role models for Klal Yisrael