Cookie writes, "As educators, we often hear complaints both by parents and children that their children are not getting enough sleep at night. Either they go to bed too late or are unable to fall asleep. This often results in children arriving school feeling tired, sometimes sick and also with diminished energy which impacts their academic performance."
Cookie writes, "Bad habits seem to pass from generation to generation, and lack of patience and a calm spirit is right up there on the top of the list. How do we as parents and educators correct our children?"
Cookie writes, "In today’s world, we are suddenly being faced with the issue of “transgender” identity – girls trapped in a boy’s body and vice-versa. Yet, in order to believe whether or not this is a legitimate and real issue, we must first understand the spiritual connotations to this new dilemma."
It was 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 27th when the radio news report announced that an Israeli soldier had been involved in a terrorist stabbing at the Jerusalem Central Bus Station. Who would’ve ever thought that it was Seth, a former Makor HaTikvah student?
Empathy is the feeling that you understand and share another person's experiences and emotions. Why is that so important for your children to develop early on?
If someone were to ask most of us whether or not our parents loved us, most of us would answer with a resounding, “Yes,...
I felt compelled to respond to Jack Sara’s article not because I doubt Jack’s sincerity for our nation and our body to be unified but rather to scripturally clarify...
One of the most familiar scriptures to every parent is Proverbs 22:6 which says, “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Yet, knowing the verse doesn’t guarantee taking up the charge in a way which will truly yield the desired results.