In most situations grandparents are not responsible for their grandchildren on a day-to-day basis. But grandparents can certainly share their knowledge and experiences, and relate their personal views, and this strengthen a grandchild's understanding of Jewish traditions.Read more
Judaism teaches us about obligations & relationships of parents and children.
It's not only what you do for your parents that counts, but how you do it as well.
Actions to avoid even if one is directed to do them by one's mother or father.
Societal and professional considerations regarding when, and if, to have children.
From Jacob and his maids, to Ruth and Naomi, and all the children who grew up among them.
In light of the biblical principle that "It is not good for human beings to be alone."
Marriage in Judaism is an important part of the Jewish life cycle.
Jewish marriage creates a spiritual connection between human beings and with God.
A useful book offering Jewish spiritual guidance for couples planning to marry.
How much do you know about Jewish weddings?
The benefits of friendship are appreciated by Jewish tradition.
"Burying the hatchet" is not a simple task; Judaism offers some practical guidelines.
On the nature of friendship, the rewards it offers, and the efforts one should make to sustain it.
Early Hasidism stressed fellowship among followers of the same charismatic leader, but not necessarily among all Jews.
Never simple, often painful, the bonds between brothers and sisters are nevertheless uniquely valuable.
Sometimes, one child is more than enough for a happy family.
How we can learn from Jacob and Esau's legendary rivalry in parenting our own children.
Three times in Genesis, wives are "passed off" as sisters.
A nonfiction book about identical twin brothers born in Hungary to Jewish parents but raised as Catholic converts until the Holocaust unraveled their family.