The goal of The Rabbi’s Husband is to help us all discover the Torah in the way that Moses intended. In Deuteronomy 10, Moses says what God wants of us: “To walk in all of his ways...[and] observe the commandments of Hashem, which I command you today, for your benefit.”
That’s it! The Torah is given “for our benefit.” It exists to help and guide us in “all of our ways” — in everything we do. And it is ready to do so “today.” We just have to allow it to do so.
The purpose of this site is to help us be guided by the Torah — in everything that we do, in all that we are.
Pay it forward
I will cover all costs associated with this site. If anyone is inspired by what they learn here — I encourage the knowledge of the Talmud's directive: "Charity [really: righteous giving] is equal in importance to all other commandments combined." One of the Jewish lessons that will emerge throughout this site is that, in Judaism, cognition is always associated with action. The Torah tells us that, "Adam knew his wife," and that "God remembered Noah." It is not as if Adam was just being acquainted with Eve, or that God had forgotten that he had put Noah, his family and the animals in the ark to escape the flood that engulfed the earth. It is just that "knowing something" is only recognized when the commensurate action is taken.
A word about myself
I am a real Rabbi’s Husband! My wife, Erica, is the Rabbi. I am the co-founder of GLG and several other companies. I am also the co-founder and Chairman of United Hatzalah of Israel — the crowd-sourced system of volunteer first response that enables Israelis to be treated within the three minutes that separate life from death following a trauma. I am also the co-founder and Chairman of African Mission Healthcare, which supports the work of Christian medical missionaries who supply the indispensable source of care for the African poor.