The Journal

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
I know a Holocaust survivor who lives on the West Coast. I attempt to speak with him once a week. Last week I casually asked him if the fact that all the shuls and Batei Medrash have been sealed shut reminded him of Europe before the war. My friend, who is in his mid-nineties, was taken aback in a way I had never seen.  (Read More)
Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
A story is told about a reporter who was interviewing a successful bank president. He wanted to know the secret of the man’s success. "Two words,” he was told, “right decisions.” “And how do you make right decisions?” asked the reporter. The reply: “One word: experience.” The (Read More)

Featured Posts

Rabbi Dr. Nachum Amsel
Every thinking person should agree that hatred is an emotion that not only hurts people, in general, but also damages many individuals who are the object of this emotion. Yet, hate is such a powerful feeling that it often guides the actions of many people and even the actions of nations. It seems very natural to hate and wish to harm someone who has wronged you. Should a person always fight that emotion or (Read More)
Frank Hamilton
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the globe and communities, nonprofits are tasked with ensuring safe operations while still carrying out their mission and adding to their workload. While we continue to work towards containing infections and prevent panic, there are challenges at the forefront that nonprofits are facing. (Read More)
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