Physical beauty, both in man and in women, has always been admired and valued throughout the ages. In the culture of ancient Greece, it was the highest ideal. But today, perhaps more than ever before, in a mass media age, society values physical beauty in everyday life as never before. Successful models have turned into... Read more »
When someone gives you the name of a person who has gazillions of $$$. What do you do now? So first things first, we want to find out a bit more about the person. Do they really donate large amounts to charity?
Do your people feel valued and appreciated at work? If you're a leader, one of the most important things you need to be doing is thinking about how can you demonstrate appreciation – that's right – appreciation for your people and what they are doing for you. We
As humans, our minds regularly wander. This especially happens with students who feel they are stuck in a classroom against their will for hours each day. It is the job of teachers to attempt to keep these young minds actively engaged during lessons, and therefore more amenable to learn
Everyone has dreamed at one time or another and all who have dreamed are curious about the meaning of the dreams. After many years of research, scientists are still not sure if dreams have the great significance that Freud claimed, little significance or no significance at all. What does Judaism believe? In the Torah, dreams... Read more »
Throughout the ages, antisemitism, a euphemism for Jew hatred, has often led to hardships and pain for the Jewish people. Antisemitism has existed in all generations and in all countries. This phenomenon began with the very first Jew, Abraham, who was sentenced to be killed by being
Are you looking for some inspiration? You are at the right place. Here are some of the most inspiring nonprofit founders and some lessons you can learn from them: Larsen Jay CEO, Random
Man’s quest for excellence and achievement is ubiquitous, famously manifested by the manifold forums to celebrate success such as the Forbes 100, Academy Awards, Olympic Games, Nobel Prizes, the Guinness Book of World Records, etc. Students compete for academic
Gemara dictionaries have been around for over 100 years, but not much has changed. First, there was the popular Jastrow, followed by numerous English Gemaras, then more modern dictionaries, and then study guides with just the definitions of the most basic words. Unfortunately, each of
Judaism’s definition of work in reference to Shabbat bears little resemblance to the 9-5 definition of the term that we are accustomed to. The “work” that is prohibited on Shabbat is what the Torah calls “melachah.” Melachah is defined as melechet machshevet, skilled work.