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Rabbi Tzvi Hersch Weinreb

Articles by Rabbi Tzvi Hersch Weinreb

“How’m I Doing?”

If your child, employee or colleague asks you that question, you can be sure that he or she is sincere, wishes to learn and will

Answering Unanswered Prayers

Did you ever really pray for something you wanted? I mean, really fervently, desperately, pray hard for something that was vitally important to you? If

I Act, Therefore I Am

Are you feeling depressed? Then dance! Feeling lazy? Work! Angry? Smile! Hostile? Act friendly! These are not merely glib bits of advice when there is

Discovering Our Mortality

It was at a house of mourning, and she was saying something that I had heard many times before. In fact, I had said it

Better They Learn From Me

Conflict resolution is one of the most important tasks in human relations at every level. Open up any newspaper, and you will read of schoolchildren

Appearances and Reality

Even the most casual observer of human behavior knows that people are not always what they seem to be. We all have a public face,

Candle of God Is the Soul of Man

I no longer remember which Israeli artist colony I was visiting. Perhaps Jaffa. But I will never forget the crude, almost primitive paintings that were

The Nazir and Narcissus

Webster’s dictionary defines paradox as “a statement that is contradictory in fact and, hence, false.” In life, however, there are numerous paradoxes that are, strangely

Behar-Bechukotai: Habit Power

Whenever my grandfather would visit us he would ask me to obtain the key for the local synagogue. As regular readers of this column know