Rewriting The Past

Photo Credit: Jewish Press How do we evaluate the past? How do we spend our time in the present? How often do we think about the future? In his book The Time Paradox: The New Psychology of Time That Will Change Your Life, Dr. Philip Zimbardo outlines six subjective time perspectives that people experience as […]

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Arch-Terrorist Qasem Soleimani Assassinated

Photo Credit: Ali Khamenei’s website via Wikimedia Qasem Soleimani Qasem Soleimani, 62, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force, responsible for terrorist operations around the Middle East, was killed late Thursday in an American airstrike at Iraq’s Baghdad Airport, the Pentagon reported. The Pentagon statement said that “at the direction of the president, […]

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Definitely Maybe

Photo Credit: Jewish Press Dear Dating Coach, I was introduced to a wonderful guy that I like on so many levels. We have the same sense of humor, he is smart, ambitious, and we really seem to see eye to eye. He is however, a bit more modern in his approach to Yiddishkeit than I […]

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Exclusive: Kindness for Holocaust Survivor Cecile Low, z’l, Results in Mystery, History & Joyous Surprise

Photo Credit: courtesy, Low family Cecile Low in her youth In the beautiful but remote town of Valhalla, New York under a cloudless blue sky, several dozen Jewish men huddled around the grave that was opened for Cecile Low, z’l, in the neatly manicured Sharon Gardens Jewish Cemetery in Westchester, chanting Kaddish, the traditional Jewish […]

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Unwavering Faith

Photo Credit: Jewish Press “When they related to him all the words Yosef had spoken to them, and he saw the wagons that Yosef had sent to transport him, the spirit of their father Yaakov was revived” (Bereishis 45:27). Rashi tells us that these wagons hinted to the topic – eglah arufah – that Yosef […]

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