One of the most potent (and perhaps THE MOST POTENT) elements in communication is ‘the narrative.’ The ‘spin’ placed and the interpretation of events is the critical factor in how we internalize events. Let’s begin with something which is currently being discussed in various forums all over the world: the Six Day

I once wrote that HHH stands for “hazy, hot, and humid” and that sometimes we all suffer from a ‘triple H’ day. That was what HHH stood for yesterday. Today, HHH stands for something very different: “Heavy-Handed Harvey.” The sheer destruction and vast swaths of devastation which we

Moshe and Yocheved (names changed) are your regular yeshivish couple. Moshe grew up in Flatbush, learned in Eretz Yisrael, and upon returning to the US, continued learning. Yocheved grew up in a Torah’dik family in Far Rockaway. She went to the local schools and attended one of the

Disclosure: The following story has been altered to protect the lives of those who are mentioned in it. Please realize that I have a policy of never replying to shidduch questions via email. This incident is the reason for my policy. I hadn't seen Laibel Stern in almost ten years. I invited him back into the study and as
Once upon a time there was a prince who was living with his family in a beautiful palace. Unfortunately, after a while, the prince and his extended family began to fight amongst themselves. They called each other names and attempted to discredit each other and eventually there was baseless hatred between them. The
Yom Haatzmaut is the day that the State of Israel in particular and the Jewish people as a whole celebrate the creation of the State in 1948. On this day you will find a greater diversity of observance and non-observance in the Orthodox Jewish world than on any other day of the Jewish calendar. There are