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
As I write these words we are about one hour away from an amazing journey in the history of our people and of the entire United States of America. In about one hour Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the Unites States of America. This was certainly not how many people predicted January 20, 2017 would look
In the Chareidi Jewish world, there are too few women “Gedolos” (larger than life individuals). The reason is obvious since a woman is generally in the background in accordance with the verse in Tehillim (45:14), “All honor [awaits] the King's daughter who is within.” Therefore, most great Jewish women are private individuals whose greatness is seen by very few outside the

When I awoke this morning at 4 AM I finally allowed myself the ‘luxury’ of doing that which I had ‘religiously' denied myself the entire evening, namely, to find out who won? I decided that until I awoke there was no reason to inquire as to how it was going since as Yogi Berra said, “It ain't over till it's over.” As the words