Headlines »

May 18, 2024 – 10:56 pm | Comments Off on Are We Equal?10 views

Are we truly equal? We all know someone smarter, wiser, more capable, industrious, resourceful, or creative, than us. We also know people less wise, capable, industrious, resourceful, or creative than us. So, are we truly equal?
The answer is yes, but not because we are all equally capable. Our skill sets …

Read the full story »
Parsha Insights

Where Biblical law and Torah tale is brought vividly to life

Concepts

The Jewish perspective on topical and controversial subjects

Life Cycle

Probing for meaning in our journey and its milestones.

Yearly Cycle

Discover depth and mystique in the annual Jewish festivals

Rabbi’s Desk

Seeking life’s lessons in news items and current events

Home » Archive by Tags

Articles tagged with: marriage

Chayei Sarah: Man and Woman

November 13, 2011 – 3:18 am | Comments Off on Chayei Sarah: Man and Woman3,014 views
man and woman - innerstream

Who Does the Chasing?
Mazal Tov, they’re engaged, soon to be married. When is the wedding? The date hasn’t been set yet; the invitations aren’t even printed. And how did they meet? Actually, he caught a glimpse of her one day and from that very first moment he knew she was …

Ki Tavo: How To Grow A Relationship

September 11, 2011 – 2:45 am | Comments Off on Ki Tavo: How To Grow A Relationship2,486 views
how to grow a relationship - innerstream

An Odd Verse
Many verses in the Torah are difficult to translate, but this one is a real mystery.
“You spoke G-d this day, to be your lord… And G-d spoke you this day to be His people.” (1)
Can you make sense of this verse? If you’re struggling with it you’re …

Ki Tetze: Why Divorce Is Necessary

September 5, 2011 – 8:09 pm | Comments Off on Ki Tetze: Why Divorce Is Necessary4,775 views
why divorce is necessary - innerstream

Two Worlds
Nearly all children dream of marriage, yet nearly half of today’s marriages end in divorce, why is divorce so rampant? Conversely, with divorce so rampant, why do we still marry?

Tweet

Vayikra: When Small Is Great

March 6, 2011 – 2:27 am | Comments Off on Vayikra: When Small Is Great3,190 views
small is great - innerstream

The Humble Moses
The book of Leviticus begins with the sweeping majesty of Moses’ first entry into the tabernacle. “Vayikra,” G-d called unto Moses and invited him to the Tent of Meeting. Uplifting and inspiring as the moment was, Moses, understood that small is great, received his honor in abject humility. In …

Chayei Sarah: Finding Sacred Space

October 24, 2010 – 12:52 am | Comments Off on Chayei Sarah: Finding Sacred Space2,827 views
Prayer The Interface Of Love

The Quest
Human beings are full of aspirations and regrets, ambitions and failures, cravings and discipline, obsessions and the ability to control them. We are fractured beings with fragments that pull us in every direction. This is because we are unable to focus; every time we set our sights on a …

Eikev: The Deeper Bond

July 29, 2007 – 5:13 am | Comments Off on Eikev: The Deeper Bond2,903 views
the deeper bond - innerstream

Opposites
Opposites attract. They say this is because life with a like-minded spouse is too agreeable and therefore boring. I say, really? Bring on the boredom. Please!

Tweet