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 Children and Education Children and Education
 
 
Educating Ourselves  
  Educating Ourselves  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 6/12/2019, 13:43
 
How does a parent cope with the incessant battle of showing the kids the light of Torah amidst the fighting ground of iPhone 6, tablets and WiFi?  


Teens and Smartphones  
  Teens and Smartphones  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 5/28/2020, 13:52
 
Aren’t we lucky to be on the emuna path of life? Granted, we aren’t perfect and it certainly takes a lot of hard work but who would want it any other way?  


Inside the Balloon  
  Inside the Balloon  
 
By Sunny Levi
Update date: 6/2/2019, 01:35
 
After years of getting pounced on at 5:30 in the morning, my husband and I, zombies by now, finally decided to lock our bedroom door and say NO to our early rising children...  


The Tar Pit  
  The Tar Pit  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Update date: 7/6/2020, 07:47
 
My friend turned to me and said, “Debbie, you would never believe this story. One Shabbat afternoon…” and I had no doubt what story she was about to relate, since it was mine…  


Self-made Jews  
  Self-made Jews  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/24/2020, 16:53
 
Everyone respects the self-made man who succeeded by virtue of his own efforts; what about the “self-made Jew,” who travelled a rocky uphill road in spirituality...  


The Perfect Remedy  
  The Perfect Remedy  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/28/2020, 13:43
 
“Tell Hashem, ‘Thank you that until now You have not given me children, surely it is for the best and this is the way for me to attain my soul correction.’"  


Proactive Parents  
  Proactive Parents  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/19/2019, 10:31
 
A parent must be proactive; not in living the child's life for him, dictating or dominating, but in monitoring and knowing what's going on in their child's life…  


Words of Encouragement  
  Words of Encouragement  
 
By Jenn Safra
Update date: 7/1/2019, 00:57
 
How much encouragement do our spouses, children, friends and other loved ones need? Oftentimes, a few words of encouragement are the best gift one can give anyone…  


The Blind Man Who Could See  
  The Blind Man Who Could See  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 08:48
 
"Your life with blindness is so difficult. How is it that you're always so happy?" The Chofetz Chaim replied, "Let me tell you about a handicapped child...  


Don  
  Don't Blame the Child  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/30/2020, 22:12
 
In reality, the parent owes an apology to the child. The least he or she can do is to do teshuva, commit to daily personal prayer, and try to rectify and improve...  


Reverse Inheritance  
  Reverse Inheritance  
 
By David Ben Horin
Update date: 11/1/2020, 16:11
 
Both the living and the dead are judged on Rosh Hashanah. When our deceased loved ones inherit, we pass merits on to the them in the Next World…  


The Wayward Daughter  
  The Wayward Daughter  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 7/31/2020, 10:02
 
Hashem never gives up on us, so we should never give up on our own children, no matter what they've done. One never knows which child will bring the most joy...  


Stolen Innocence  
  Stolen Innocence  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 6/21/2020, 08:18
 
Many of the parents who are horrified at the violence directed at their children are the very same parents who allow their children to be inundated with simulated violence...  


Tears or Fears  
  Tears or Fears  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 2/27/2019, 11:35
 
Prayer is just like exercise. If it’s something you are not used to doing, in the beginning it hurts and is time consuming. You also don’t see your end-result right away…  


Let  
  Let's Be Parents!  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 2/10/2019, 09:55
 
Unlike airplanes, our children don't have automatic navigation systems; they depend on us for guidance. Without parental guidance, they're completely lost…  


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