Search Results "Crisis"
Parshat Chukat: How to Face the Challenges of Life - Rabbi YY Jacobson
Challenges are a part of everyday life. Rabbi YY Jacobson provides strategies and guidelines for overcoming these challenges, based on the Weekly Torah Portion
Guidance for Parents Struggling with Kids in Crisis - Rabbi Uri Zohar
World famous Rabbi and Outreach personality provides guidelines for parenting in modern times. Must see
No Time Like Now: Benny Friedman - Official Music Video
For over two decades, Bikur Cholim of Lakewood has been a one-stop resource for thousands of patients and their family members during medical crisis. Join the kindness
Watch: Netanyahu Offers Solutions to Iran for Water Crisis
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the severe water shortages in Iran. He offered to create a Farsi website that will show Iranians how to recycle their wastewater which will enable them to save their crops and feed their families
Is the Temple Mount Crisis Over or has it Just Begun?
Removing the security cameras and magnetic gates made the Temple Mount ‘kosher’ again for Muslim worshippers and dangerous for the rest of us
Battle for Mosul Begins With Looming Humanitarian Crisis
The 94,000-member Iraqi-led coalition greatly outnumbers ISIS but progress is slow due to suicide bombers and intense gunfire.
British Researchers Find Solution for Global Chocolate Crisis
Cocoa butter is on the decline due to crop failure but wild mango butter is an excellent substitute.
Judaism and the Pursuit of Happiness - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Aside from happiness being a basic emotional need, it is also one of the most important principles in Judaism with respect to the service of G-d. Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains how to achieve happiness in times of darkness, difficulty, and crisis
Responding to the Ebola Crisis
As the psychologists noted in their conclusions about the public response to the Ebola crisis, human beings are drawn to the doable. Undertaking a project that seems doomed from the outset drains our energy and makes it difficult for us to respect any strides we have made