Study the Works and Torah of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik

In honor of the yahrzeit of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, “the Rav,” study one of his many articles, books, or even listen to a recording of one of his classes.

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Support the Literary Works of Jewish Authors

When selecting literary works to read, support Jewish writers.

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Communal Works

Involve yourself in organizations that help build the local Jewish community.

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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?

The term “ghetto” has a sad connotation in Jewish history and a very negative association when referring to certain poor urban areas. The term’s etymology, however, originates from a…

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Seek Out Faith Banners

Faith, by its very nature, cannot be proven. But events we encounter and witness can help bolster our faith. Seek out those inspired events.

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An Act of Faith

The mystics called the sukkah “shades of faith” because sitting in the Sukkah represents an act of faith in God.

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Keep The Faith!

Even when in the depths of despair, there is always room for hope and faith.

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The Leper’s Leap of Faith

There is a fascinating story in the Second Book of Kings about an enemy general, an Israelite prophet and a greedy servant. The Aramean General Na’aman suffered from the biblical disease…

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Learn To Defend The Faith

Read books and articles which defend Judaism and Israel from their detractors.

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Internalize Passover’s Message of Faith in God

With Pesach behind us, do not forget to assess what you gained spiritually from the holiday, most notably an appreciation for God’s providence in our own lives and in the lives of our…

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Faith

In times of challenge, don't hesitate to ask for God's help (just remember that sometimes God's answer is no).

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Have Faith

In trying times, don't hesitate to ask God for help.

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Reunited and It Feels So Good!

Have you missed the unity with our Israeli brothers and sisters these past three-and-a- half months? Has our non-alignment bothered you? When the first day of Passover falls on Shabbat,…

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Look Good and Comply with Jewish Law

Because the long tradition behind Jewish law usually has more grey than black and white, much nuance exists. Study Jewish law and experience the millennia-long tapestry of opinions and…

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It’s All Good

One ancient and ongoing philosophical question is: If God is perfect, and God created the world, can anything that God created be inherently bad? We all know that there is evil in the…

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Good Morning Sunshine

Say “good evening” or “good morning” to the doorman, crossing guard, mailman, etc....all of the people who make your life easier but whom we sometimes overlook.

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Share The Good

Share your good dreams with your friends and family.

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Your Good Life

Take an honest assessment of the good things you have, and appreciate your life.

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Your Good Life

Take an honest assessment of the good thing you have and appreciate your life.

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Good Foods

Enjoy the good foods of the world, but stop when you are satiated.

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Good Day To You

Blessings can come from anyone. Don't hesitate to give other people a blessing, even a simple one such as "Have a good day."

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Good Neighbors

While Nittai the Arbelite warns to keep far from an evil neighbor, it is good to enhance peace in the world by being friendly with your neighbors.

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A Good Week

On Saturday night, after Shabbat has ended, it is customary to greet one's fellow by wishing him/her a "Shavua Tov" (Hebrew) or a "Gut Voch" (Yiddish), which means a "Good week."

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Is It Good To Be The King?

Parashat Shoftim addresses many issues, among them the Jewish jurisprudential system, false prophets and the Arei Miklat, cities of refuge. The guidelines for the appointment of a future…

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Is It Good To Be The King?

Parashat Shoftim addresses many issues, among them the Jewish jurisprudential system, false prophets, and the Arei Miklat, cities of refuge. The guidelines for the appointment of a future…

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Good Sense from Nikolsburg!

The Biblical phrase, “Love your fellow as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18) serves as the foundational verse promoting Ahavat Chinam (baseless love) and Ahavat Yisrael (love for fellow Jews).…

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Rebuke for Good

It is “human nature” to question the ups and downs of life. Of course, people mostly question the downs of life. The Jewish view of the world, however, is that nothing happens by chance.…

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Good Side

Leave judgement to the Divine and assume the best about other people's actions and intentions. 

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Good Communication

Listen carefully to what other people are saying and think before you speak.

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Good Food

Maintain a healthy, well-balanced and kosher diet.

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