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Over the past few years, non-religious Jews have been rediscovering Shabbos. The intrusion of mobile technology into our lives creates a constant state of being busy. Many are realizing that...

The blessing of a righteous person has a place of pride in Jewish tradition, even if it is currently taken to extremes in certain circles. Shimon Peres has famously credited...

An interesting article raised the question of whether you may schedule e-mails or social media updates to occur on Shabbos. For example, I can post to my website and schedule the essay...

I. Washing for Bread The Sages decreed that we must wash our hands ritually before eating a meal, as defined by including bread. This washing is done by pouring water from...

I. Candy Wrappers Parents of small children face a dilemma every Shabbos. Writing and erasing are separate Shabbos prohibitions on a biblical level, consisting of the opposite of each other. What...

The Gotta Go app allows you to program excuses in advance. With the press of a button, you can active time-delayed texts and/or phone calls that will interrupt your uncomfortable...

Who should be our Torah role models from history? Put differently, what characteristics of the great Torah leaders of the past should serve as our guides? Every individual teaches many...

I was asked about shoveling snow on Shabbos. This is a question that you need to ask your rabbi, but I′ll discuss the issues without drawing a conclusion.   I. Muktzah One issue is...

Contrary to common opinion, the traditional Jewish greeting of “Shalom aleichem” is not a wish for peace. It is a fulfillment of the ancient enactment to greet others with God’s...

A perennial challenge to communal unity has been the question of whether Jewish Community Centers should be open on Shabbos. This raises a number of interesting historical and halakhic issues. For...