Marriage is a gift to be cherished. Research in this area has revealed that married people are generally happier, healthier, and have greater life satisfaction than single people. Married people live on average ten years longer than single people or those in bad marriages. This is why the Bible states, “It is not good for
Dear Readers, The BBC recently ran a story asking, “Is religion relevant anymore?” You might say “yes” by the declining numbers in synagogue affiliation – fewer Jews in the pews. To be relevant, religion must be helpful to people’s real lives. In 2018, most agree that life is complex and challenging and so we need
Dear Reader, My belief is that Judaism and Positive Psychology make the perfect pairing. Both are focused on living a life of meaning and achieving higher levels of well-being. Living a Positively Jewish Life will not only guide people to be more confident, optimistic, open to diversity, and able to learn lessons from hardship, but
Dear Friend, I am pleased to welcome you to Positive Judaism – a new vision for those that are serious about improving their individual lives, their families, and their communities through spiritual living. As a rabbi, I’ve witnessed in the lives of many a deep commitment to Jewish identity but the struggle at times to
Calling all Jewish Youth and Camp Professionals! We’ve designed a special track with sessions and workshops with experts in developing Positive Youth (meet them below). You know how complex it is to be a young person today and you also know the potential you have to positively change and impact their lives for the better!
There is a Jewish teaching that you are asked seven questions when you arrive at the gates of heaven. Were you honest? Did you leave a legacy? Did you set time for study?
For 20 years, the field of Positive Psychology has conducted longitudinal studies on human behavior, achievement, and character strengths. Today, the tenets
Hey, we’re a group of New York City high school kids at Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue. We’ve been studying Positive Judaism with our rabbi and wanted to share