The Shulhan Aruch explains that one must eat the Rosh Hashana meal with joy, trusting that Hashem will give him a good ...
This question was a no-brainer to our grandparents and perhaps our parents as well.
It is the practice of many rebbeim to motivate their students through incentives and to reward successful participants ...
Parents have probably always struggled with their children’s choice of friends, decisions, and sense of ideals.
Positive reinforcement is probably the most basic, fundamental yesod of chinuch.
Throughout life, according to Judaism, one should always yearn for growth in order to become the best versions of ...
I love to travel, but I hate airplanes. Not because I have a fear of flying, but because I find them to be so boring.
In this class, Rabbi Galamidi discusses the benefits of breakfast, happiness, and depression.
Friday September 25, 2020
in Brooklyn, United States 11226
Sep. 18 - Sep. 20
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