It's all About Love
It's all About Love
by M.D.Abraham Twerski

The Talmud records that the Jewish people went into exile 2,000 years ago because they lacked love one for... Read More

Love and Marriage and Mikvah
Love and Marriage and Mikvah
by Faige Twerski

Before we discuss Jewish insights into the very private world of intimacy, we need to free ourselves of... Read More

Why Do We Fall In Love? - The Mystique of Sexuality
Why Do We Fall In Love? - The Mystique of Sexuality
by RabbiSimon Jacobson

Is the mystique and the romance, the music and the moonlight, just nature's way of hoodwinking males and... Read More

Intimacy Crisis
Intimacy Crisis
by RabbiManis Friedman

I think we can all agree that in our world today, in the free world certainly, there is an intimacy... Read More

Understanding Mikvah
Understanding Mikvah
by Rivkah Slonim

The world's natural bodies of water-its oceans, rivers, wells, and spring-fed lakes-are Mikvahs... Read More

What's A Mitzvah Without Love?
What's A Mitzvah Without Love?
by Simon Jacobson

Most of us are familiar with the story in the Talmud of the man who asks the sage Hillel to teach him the... Read More

Mysteries Of The Soulmate
Mysteries Of The Soulmate
by Yitzchak Ginsburgh

The Talmud relates (Yevamot 63b) that it was customary in ancient Israel to ask a newly wed groom: "Have... Read More

An Intimate View on Intimacy
An Intimate View on Intimacy
by RabbiManis Friedman

Conventional wisdom says that sexuality is a natural instinct. It's a very common and innocent human... Read More

What Do We Do About the Relationship Crisis?
What Do We Do About the Relationship Crisis?
by RabbiDov Greenberg

Socrates, the great Greek philosopher, once said to a disciple, "My advice to you is to get married. If... Read More

A Recipe for a better marriage
A Recipe for a better marriage
by Dennis Prager

Most resolutions deal with dieting, exercise and other forms of self-improvement. These are fine and... Read More

Your Honeymoon Should Never End
Your Honeymoon Should Never End
by RabbiManis Friedman

There are two kinds of love: the intrinsic, calm love that we feel for people to whom we're related by... Read More

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