You could be forgiven for thinking that ‘self-improvement’ and ‘self-help’ and ‘self-development’ is a fairly recent phenomenon inspired by Tony Robbins and other ‘self-help’ gurus. But the truth is that the first ‘self-development’ program was …Keep Reading!
It’s Chol haMoed, the days that flan the first and last day of the Passover Festival – sort of like a Jewish Spring Break – when we are (hopefully) enjoying quality time with our family …Keep Reading!
New time for A Hebrew in the Heartland, every Tuesday at 6pm Israel time. On today’s show I will be responding to email from listeners and explaining the origin of my name Ha’ivri, the Israelite …Keep Reading!
What happened to all the campaign promises President Donald Trump made before taking office? “Ripping up” the Iran deal, moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and then there’s Syria. Gadi talks about …Keep Reading!
Passover is the holiday that commemorates the Exodus from Egypt, and the going up to the Land of Israel. On this Passover holiday, Tamar Yonah interviews Natalie Sopinsky, an immigrant to Israel from the USA …Keep Reading!
Ari talks about the terrorist attack Thursday morning which killed one and wounded another, in a car-ramming terror attack near the Jewish community of Ofra. The question is, why didn’t Israeli security forces kill the …Keep Reading!
This week we chat about Jason’s kidney stones.. wait, it gets even MORE exciting, and Israels new invention that climbs into your small intestine! We also talk about the BDS movement, artists that seek to …Keep Reading!
We’ve got a passion for Passover! Brynie Greisman, recipe writer and food columnist at Mishpacha magazine, and owner of Tasty Lo-fat Creations shares a wealth of Passover recipes so delicious, you’ll enjoy them all year-round. …Keep Reading!
How can this week’s Torah portion about the “metzora,” the person with a skin disease, possibly teach us about Pesach (Passover) and redemption? Ira and Rod try to put some salve on the wounds and …Keep Reading!