Rabbi Huberman's blog
According to the great Rabbi Moshe Sofer (1762-1839), there are three reasons why the Israelites were not assimilated into Egypt, in spite of hundreds of years of slavery:
I would like to introduce you to a Biblical character which your teachers likely ignored in Hebrew school. Her name is Dinah, the often forgotten thirteenth child of Jacob.
There is a story told within our tradition of an important decision God had to make on the sixth day of creation: "Should I create humanity?"
Sometimes, in Judaism, the simplest answer is the best answer.
I would like to introduce you to Korach, the much-maligned central character of this week's Torah portion.
In 1978, a phrase was coined by clinical psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes which, to varying degrees, speaks to each of us.
A few weeks ago, while walking from Penn Station to an appointment about five blocks away, I decided to perform a mental experiment.