Food for Thought
By: Rabbi Yitzchok Hisiger
Feed your brain.
Nourish your neshamah.
With stories ... and not calories.
With insights... and not junk food.
Food for Thought is one of the most popular columns in and deservedly so. The writing is engaging, the stories are unusual, and the inspiration is non-stop.
Who was the "kleiner rav," the short rabbi, whose blessing had such surprising, and wonderful, results?
Why did Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlita advise a questioner to buy a ground floor apartment?
How did a pair of valuable tefilin bring a boy back to the Torah world?
Food for Thought gives us wholesome, nourishing fare - stories of emunah, kindness, leadership, and love for Torah. We meet some of Klal Yisrael's greatest leaders as well as "regular" people, we are inspired by them, often shocked by the power of their determination or their goodness.
Food for Thought makes us laugh, cry - and think. Like a magnificent and nutritious meal, Food for Thought leaves us satisfied and healthy; a true treat for our hearts and minds.