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Who Was Nathan the Prophet?

Nathan was a prominent prophet during the reign of King David and King Solomon.
The Jewish Ethics of Medical Confidentiality

How does Jewish law approach this topic? What are the expectations, and in what circumstances can confidentiality be overridden?
How Much Do You Know About Famous Rabbis?
Answer these 9 questions and see how much you know about great rabbis who shaped Jewish history
How Positivity Affects Our Goals

While there are exceptions to the rule, when motivation to change stems merely from wanting to avoid a bad outcome, rather than obtaining a good result, the change is usually temporary.
Sotah: The Biblical Wayward Wife

The sotah episode is a metaphor for any time we stray in our personal relationships or with G‑d.
My Daughter, Her Bat Mitzvah and Why I Admire Her

She’s a Jewish woman and she’s proud of it, and it is and will be her decision to choose. What is she choosing? A life of connection and purpose that also tells you a way to act, a way to dress, a way to speak, a way to live.
Art: Shabbat Shalom

Do you think that G-d needs to eat? Does not the verse proclaim, "Should I hunger, I would not tell you, for the world, and all it contains, is Mine... Do I eat the flesh of bulls, or drink the blood of goats?" But it is not for My desire that you bring these offerings, [says G-d,] but for your own, as it is written (Leviticus 19:5), "For your own desire, you should offer it."
— Talmud, Menachot 110a
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Sometimes you just can’t. When all desire is gone, there is no life, nothing left to propel you forward.

Yet, miraculously, even then you do what needs to be done. Not through your own power, but with the power of the One above, the One who made you and stood you on your feet so that you would do good in His world.

Maamar Rani V’Simchi 5727.