Many rabbis and educators have always had a book or two in them and have just not invested the time to sit down and crank it out. Now is the time to do so – and the book can even help generate funds for you/your organization! We recommend that you consider publishing it using a print-on-demand (POD) service so the books are printed one at a time
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
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.
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I found some sources that I think we all can use in some form or another that relate to our situation. A little background. At the beginning of the lockdown in March, I had little sympathy for the people who were constantly complaining about all the joys they missed, the physical pleasures and even hugging of their grandchildren.
With Shavuos just around the corner, are you finding it challenging to get your students excited about learning Torah? Sometimes it can be difficult to relate to certain parts of the Torah and understand why they are still relevant in our modern lives. Every child who starts learning Torah asks this question:
At the end of Pashas Emor, the Torah describes the “Lechem Hapanim,” the special weekly Minchah offering. The dough was shaped into twelve loaves, and placed on the Shulchan in two stacks of six. Each Shabbos, the bread was replaced with fresh loaves, and the previous week’s loaves were eaten by the Kohanim. Interestingly, there... Read more »
The Mishnah, at the end of Horayos, teaches the laws of triage. Those principles convey the guidelines of determining whose life to save first when a rescuer encounters multiple people whose physical lives are in danger. Is there spiritual triage?
The lead story in this month’s Harvard Business Review (HBR) tackles the challenge of deciphering the “tidal wave of data” that is essential to help the world combat coronavirus.
With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the whole world needed to stop. While some businesses are closing down, others are finding a way to work with alterations. Social distancing is another serious change that resulted in many events being canceled. This is why in the corona era, it’s hard for the nonprofits to survive.... Read more »