Among the list of things we take for granted is our dishwasher. What a gift to be able to place dirty dishes inside it, push a few buttons to run a cycle, and then open the door to find all the dishes fresh and clean.
On February 17, 2001, my wife and I were married in the Bais Faiga hall in Lakewood, NJ. (Lakewood is a city way down the Garden State Parkway with a
What’s The Big Deal??
Ever hear anyone ask, “What’s the big deal?” If you’re a parent or a teacher, chances are one or more of your children have asked you that, when you
Mark Twain once quipped, “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. However, when I got to
Years ago, I heard about a man named Rabbi Meir Shuster, a fixture at the Kotel, who would scan the plaza looking for unaffiliated Jews visiting the
I read an article recently which supposed that movies have gotten longer in recent years. Twenty years ago, the average running time of the top five
Guardian Of Added Life
A neighbor related that when he informed his six-year-old son of the passing of Rav Chaim Kanievsky zt”l, the boy burst into tears. Through sobs, he