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Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb

Articles by Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb

Simple Belief, Genuine Belief

There was a time in my college days when I seriously considered majoring in philosophy. The rabbinic training program in the yeshiva that I attended

Let’s Talk It Over

I have long believed that all conflicts between people could be settled if the parties to the dispute would agree to simply sit down together

On the Shoulders of Giants

“They don’t make them the way they used to.” We have all heard this comment with reference to all sorts of things, usually tools and

Spiritual Time Management

The two old men couldn’t have been more different from each other. Yet, they both taught me the identical life lesson. The first, a cagey

The First Job Interview

I have a vivid memory of my first job interview. It was for a position as a counselor in a summer camp. The only preparation

Man Plans, God Laughs

You thought your life would run smoothly, right? We all do. Then, something comes off, tragic or happy, which proves to us that life is

Dystopia

I never thought that I would begin a discussion of the weekly Torah portion by referring to a person who was canonized as a saint

One Verse, Many Lessons

We met in a Jerusalem café, and I must admit that, although they recognized me, I neither recognized nor even recalled any of them. That

Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers?

It is a story that deserves to be told. In order to fully appreciate it, some background is necessary, especially for those unfamiliar with the