Delving into the history of Hanukkah to understand the deeper meaning of the holiday.
Feelings of jealousy and anger are indicators of a need for greater connection with ourselves and G‑d. The inner work of Tevet asks us to be grateful for what we have—to take responsibility for what shows up in our lives, and work on forgiving and opening our hearts. Our freedom lies in moving from being reactive to being able to make conscious, heart-centered responses in the face of challenge.
Striding through the halls of the Maryland House of Delegates, 29-year-old Dalya Attar is an anomaly: the highest-ranking elected Shabbat-observant female in U.S. history.
Meet from Australia, Minna Lederberger, a double amputee, and Shelley Kline, a 48-year-old Melbourne mother of three, diagnosed with Uveitis, an auto immune disease when she was eight and from which she eventually lost her sight in the eye.
Learn the mystical dimension of the Jewish month embedded in its Hebrew name, mazal, tribe, attribute and more. The Hebrew zodiac for Tevet is ‘gedi’ (goat) aka Capricorn.
With Rabbi Aaron L Raskin
The Rambam's yahrzeit is 20 Teves.
The most renowned of the Jewish medieval scholars, Maimonides indelibly changed the face of Judaism. Read about his scholarship and achievements, and the modern-day global campaign to incorporate his teachings into every Jew’s daily study schedule.
I will never forget that night, five years ago, when my husband and I almost died. It was an event of pure terror coupled with the deepest faith in G‑d. Even now, so many years later, tears come to my eyes when I speak about it.
Through her husband’s battle for his life, composer Sarah Dukes sings of faith and courage
Yechezkel, a 65-year-old Chicago native, says he was born a compulsive overeater. At his top weight of more than 700 pounds (318 kilos), he wanted to die.
Eitan Hermon lost a leg in the Second Lebanon War and was told he'd never run again.