When I ask myself what are the underlying principals that a Jew today must acknowledge

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1) “First, be a Mensch”


Wishing everyone a year of health, happiness and meaning

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1. Who you are, counts more than what you do


Discover what you love, do what you love (and everything you love) and you must start now!

Barbara Sher (1935–2020)

1. Do What you love


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1. Happiness is a struggle



Become co-authors with God of the world that ought to be

1. How to lead a meaningful life?


Become co-authors with God of the world that ought to be

In the last chapter of the book he listed life lessons, I can’t help but sharing a few of them in this shorter post.

“I make no claim to wisdom”, he writes, “but this I have learned:


Jewish Wisdom to Help Transform Jealousy Into a Catalyst of Self-Improvement

The Tenth Commandment: “You Shall Not Covet”


4 main differences between Christianity, the world’s largest religion and Judaism, the world’s oldest monotheistic religion.

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The “in love” Experience

Tamar Meisels

Jewish wife and mother, pursuing a life of happiness and meaning

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