“Eat your peas. There are children starving in Africa.” “No dessert, until you eat all the food on your plate.” “Waste not, want not.”
Now that summer’s only a few weeks away, the blockbusters are rolling out in force. Last month saw the release of major tent-pole movies like Star Trek: Into Darkness, Fast and Furious 6, and The Hangover Part III – a trio of sequels to start off a summer chock full of them! Depending on your outlook, that might thrill you, or greatly depress you.
Our love for each other and our children continues to deepen over the years and we owe it all to God, guiding us to each other via JDate. We cannot imagine what our lives would have been without each other.
Postmortem organ donations seem like a thoroughly altruistic act. However, from a Jewish perspective, there are certain other issues that must be taken into consideration:1) Is the donor dead? This may seem like a bizarre question. But, by whose defini…
There are so many ways to mess up the first kiss! Like signing a letter, a smooch wraps up the first date. Sometimes the first kiss can save an otherwise awful evening. Other times, it can destroy whatever progress you and your date have made throughout the night. Here are the 6 worst kisses that are sure to make your date kiss you goodbye for good!
The death of Rabbi Shimon ben Gamliel, which occurred in 70 CE, on 20 Sivan, is part of the well-known and tragic episode of the deaths of the Ten Martyrs, that is included in the liturgy of Yom Kippur and Tisha B’Av.In response to the Jewish uprisin…
Here are 10 ways that dating is like house hunting.
“In Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers), the sages note that the world stands on three things: Torah, Avodah and Gemilut Chasadim (acts of kindness).”
The other night I was out to dinner for a friend’s birthday. A friend of his – a mighty smart and good-looking guy – said to me, “Tell me what I need to know about wine so I can look good on dates.”
On May 30, 1854, President Franklin Pierce signed the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which officially defined the territories of Kansas and Nebraska and opened up a significant part of what became known as the “Wild West.”