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In A Word: #connected

Mishpacha Contributors

The strong trees protruding through the snow and the sun shining through the shadows are a reminder to me that Hashem always provides us with stren ...

In A Word: #hope

Mishpacha Contributors

If I had to describe the atmosphere, I would say it was this overwhelming sense of “we have won”

In A Word: #triumph

Mishpacha Contributors

These two witnesses to history sat silently, hearing an enduring cry, a timeless call, to an Eternal G-d

In A Word: #farewell

Mishpacha Contributors

In 1988, Rav Beck was invited to Melbourne, where he served the community faithfully for three decades as a force of authority and unity

In A Word: #sacrifice

Mishpacha Contributors

I made my way from Flatbush to Boro Park on foot, looking for that scene holding a story. On 14th Avenue, at around 8 p.m., I found it

In A Word: #handiwork

Mishpacha Contributors

Once I discovered my Maker, I went to my own backyard to learn how to create and deepen my relationship with Him

In A Word: #hero

Mishpacha Contributors

Imagine my shock when I found out that this Yid, this pillar of fire, had come to one of my concerts — then another

The Winners: Bibi and the Right Triumph

Binyamin Rose

Whether Bibi keeps those campaign promises is another story

The Losers: Gantz Overachieves, but Comes Up Short

Omri Nahmias

Truth be told, not much remains of the Israeli left

The Chareidim: Show of Strength

Eliezer Shulman

This surprising result was the product of many months of hard work by party leaders

"I have no doubt that many Jews in America have well-defined tafkidim there, which cannot be done as effectively in Israel. Chabad in particular is known for its amazing kiruv work. However, I have also met Jews who have simply never considered the question of whether they should live in Israel. Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky said once in a shiur that he had been verbally attacked for asking an audience if they had consulted their rebbeim regarding this question."
Tuvya Zahav, Jerusalem, Israel 

On the Edge in Crown Heights /Mishpacha Issue 751

“At the end of the day, you shouldn’t say that you “have no idea” what you did — you ran your home! Pulling playdough out of the dryer and moldy sandwiches out of backpacks are part of creating that functional, supportive environment.
But don’t wait for appreciation from the family. Mommy Appreciation 101 starts with you.”

Yael Wiesner, Professional Organizer and Interior Designer

Parshah: Magical Mommy / Family First Issue 633

Teen Fiction: Shared and Halved

Roizy Baum

In addition to religiously going by my never-a-dull-moment mantra, I wasn’t going to let my sickness ruin my love for life and fun

Teen Fiction: The Rainbow Lollipop

Chaya Blumenberg

She hasn’t told anybody in her class that Daddy doesn’t live at home because Mommy said that these things should not be discussed



 
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Rabbi Moshe Grylak Redemption doesn’t simply mean being let out of jail
Klal Yisrael Is Always Free
Yonoson Rosenblum "In that merit will Klal Yisrael continue to exist”
Home Free
Eytan Kobre My baseline for comparison is admittedly weak
Believe in Your Own Seder
Rabbi Judah Mischel Hashem is satisfied when we do our best
Picture Perfect
Yisroel Besser Take a picture — and this time, send it to yourself
Flying Solo
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman As Pesach loomed closer, his resentment was growing
Hanging on by a Hair
Jacob L. Freedman MD “Do you still think that I’m not completely crazy?”
A Song for Every Season
Riki Goldstein Influencers map out their personal musical soundtracks
Subliminal Speech
Faigy Peritzman The deeper the recognition, the deeper the effect
The Big Change
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Spelling things out clears clouds of resentment
The Count-Up
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz Tap the middos of Sefirah to recreate yourself
The Baker: Part 1
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Know This: Infertility
As Told to Bracha Stein There was no place for me. I didn’t belong
Dear Shadchan
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