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Return to Gan Eden  
  Return to Gan Eden  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Publish date: 12/28/2010, 21:17
 
It may seem unfair that we must all suffer because of the mistake made by world’s first couple; but in all honesty, wouldn’t we have done the same thing?  


Love at First Sight  
  Love at First Sight  
 
By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Update date: 12/10/2014, 07:25
 
Is there a possibility that “love at first sight” could be from the side of holiness, and not just physical infatuation? That depends...  


Remembering Your Shared Soul  
  Remembering Your Shared Soul  
 
By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Publish date: 10/25/2010, 18:30
 
There are special times of the year that are opportune for remembering that we and our marital partners share the same soul; this strengthens the marital bond...  


Home Work 101  
  Home Work 101  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Publish date: 10/16/2010, 19:42
 
We live in a ‘me’ generation, where our own personal comfort and self-gratification often clouds our judgment and wrecks marital peace; we forget our true goals on this earth.  


The Love Barometer  
  The Love Barometer  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 9/13/2010, 21:23
 
What people in today’s world refer to as “love” is basically nothing more than animal urges and Hollywood-style flash-in-the-pan infatuation that is ever so short-lived…  


The Spendthrift Wife  
  The Spendthrift Wife  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 8/15/2010, 20:35
 
An emotionally-satisfied wife that gets the love and attention she needs from her husband won’t hunger for the ersatz thrill of impulse buying and spending money…  


Don’t Shortchange Motherhood  
  Don’t Shortchange Motherhood  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Update date: 12/23/2015, 07:45
 
Could the unmarried labtop-wielding feminist executive run a household of a half-dozen exquisite little souls with military-like efficiency? Not in a million years…  


Becoming One  
  Becoming One  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Publish date: 8/2/2010, 17:52
 
How many women refuse to date a man who is not making enough money to support her in the style she envisions for herself? Those who marry for money are two-time losers…  


Penguins and Roles  
  Penguins and Roles  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Publish date: 7/22/2010, 13:49
 
A woman has been given the gift to heal, to soften the rough edges of the world. A man is pragmatic, more about logic than emotion. They should learn from the penguins…  


The Laundry Blues  
  The Laundry Blues  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Publish date: 7/10/2010, 21:55
 
We wash those soiled Shabbos shirts, dry them, iron them, and put them on our little darlings. Five minutes later they are covered in grape juice and smothered in chocolate…  


Spiritual Graduation  
  Spiritual Graduation  
 
By Shalvi Weissman
Publish date: 6/6/2010, 22:22
 
There are infinite levels of personal growth and development. How can you ever know for certain that you have graduated from one level to the next?  


Flying Camels  
  Flying Camels  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/30/2010, 10:19
 
Imagine that three dusty nomads walk into your living room and tell you that a flying camel with padded seats on its back is waiting for you on your front lawn…  


Two Sides, One Coin  
  Two Sides, One Coin  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/22/2010, 22:08
 
A coin has two distinct sides; each side might look completely different, yet it’s still one coin. In essence, a husband and wife are two sides of the same coin…  


True Aristocrats  
  True Aristocrats  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Publish date: 4/20/2010, 15:20
 
True aristocracy is nobility of character; both husband and wife should always remember that as royalty, it behoves them to behave with royal manners and dignity.  


The Queen  
  The Queen  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Publish date: 4/12/2010, 16:41
 
There cannot be two kings under one roof; the successful domain needs a "king" and a "queen", with each one understanding his or her respective task...  


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