Why should we observe any holiday — let alone Memorial Day — a federal holiday in the United States for mourning the U.S. military personnel who have died while serving in the United States armed …? Historic dates, like stepping stones, create a footpath through our heritage. Experienced by one generation and recalled by those to come,... Read more »

Rabbi Avraham Edelstein describes the Jewish nation’s extraordinary connection to the Land of Israel in his commentary on Parshas Masay: “After man lost the Garden of Eden, the Land of Israel became the greatest spiritual place on earth, the link between Heaven and Earth and hence the epicenter of the world. This intrinsic holiness of... Read more »
Rabbi Moshe Dovid Robinson has created a great tool that we are certain that you and your students can find incredibly helpful.  Use this link. Note: this Google Calendar setup can only be done on your desktop. Next, you click the settings wheel on your Google calendar and there’s an import-export icon on the left... Read more »

Harvard Business Review recently noted that, “Wellness will become the newest metric that companies use to understand their employees.”  In the wake of the pandemic, now is the perfect time to make sure your students and young professionals include their spiritual wellness in this new metric. After all, for many years, businesses around the globe... Read more »

It’s officially 2022. Editing video is the new self-publishing. Every nonprofit professional has or is trying to learn it. The two classic standard programs for video editing are very expensive. However, there are a bunch of really good programs for free.  CreativeBloq ran a comparative review of the best free video editing software, which is likely to... Read more »

At the end of Parshas Vayechi, both Yaakov Avinu and Yosef HaTzadik die, are buried and mourned. It is an appropriate juncture to address the eternal question: what happens to us when we die? Death, it is often said, is a part of life. For those who remain alive and experience the death of a relative or close friend, this is certainly