The answer seems simple enough: The Torah itself references witchcraft . . .
By Yehuda Shurpin
Whenever she sees me, she throws a fit of rage and shouts at me in public or leaves the event, claiming she can't be in the same room with me.
By Rosally Saltsman
The best way to understand investment is by looking at the archetype of all investment. And that is life.
By Tzvi Freeman
Who were these heroines who were willing to risk their lives only to never be mentioned in the Torah again?
By Dovie Schochet
Every human being has incalculable worth; differences in ability are superimposed upon our innate humanity.
By Eli Block
My husband and I discussed potential names for our soon-to-be newborn baby. We pored over lists, girls’ and boys’ names, as well as names of deceased relatives.
The Jews struck root and blossomed in a foreign land. When they were treated badly by their host country, the Egyptians eventually suffered the very same suffering they inflicted on the Jews.
By Mendel Dubov
But for the impossible to become possible, many things had to happen—not least of which was the spreading of the infectious human virtue we call courage.
By Mendel Kalmenson
This week, for maybe the first time in my adult life, I attended a Hachnasat Sefer Torah that affected me deeply, in ways I could not have imagined beforehand.
By Blumie Abend
Our upstairs neighbors for the past four years have been, well, challenging to say the least.
By Elana Mizrahi