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Amazing You: Magic Muscles!

Tzivia E. Adler

Can you stretch yourself up and make yourself tall? Can you curl yourself into a ball? Your amazing body can move itself in all different directions. Muscles flex under your skin to move your bones. Muscles let you walk and talk. David HaMelech thanked Hashem for making him strong and for teaching his arms to shoot a bronze bow and arrow.

 

Hiking at Yellowstone National Park

Meira Feinman

Hope you’re ready to go on a great adventure, because Mishpacha Junior’s taking a tour of the big, beautiful, strange, and amazing mountains, waterfalls, forests and geysers of ... Yellowstone National Park!

 

Spotlight: We Visited All Fifty States

Bassi Gruen

Hi. Our names are Sori and Shoshana. Sori is thirteen and in eighth grade, while Shoshana is twelve and in seventh. Together with our family, we’ve visited every one of the fifty states.



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Think It Through
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The import of the name Anshei Knesses Hagedolah
Face the Facts: Don’t Suppress Them
Yonoson Rosenblum The left behaves more and more like a cult
You Never Looked So Good
Eytan Kobre Growing hunger for the fleeting high of the superficial
Top 5 Shiur Title Techniques
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin The answer to “what’s it about?” can fill or empty rooms
Power of Suggestion
Rachel Bachrach Mikey Benzaken is a stage hypnotist based in Jerusalem
Make It Happen
Jacob L. Freedman “If I’m a bum then let me be a bum”
Hard Knocks
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman The Langer boys never forgot that apology
The Classic That Almost Didn’t Make the Cut
Riki Goldstein “It took only ten minutes to write, so we weren’t sure”
Hevel Pihem Keeps the World Going
Riki Goldstein The purity of their eyes and their innocent chatter
Yussi Sonnenblick never imagined they’d be singing “Eilecha” half a century later
Riki Goldstein “It’s nice to hear people still singing those songs”
The Rebbe’s Smile and the Rav’s Slap
Riki Goldstein “That was probably my most memorable performance”
Life in the Other Lane
Faigy Peritzman We should honor every Jew as if he were a talmid chacham
Needy
Sarah Chana Radcliffe The needier a person, the more they push people away
Touch of Light
Rebbetzin Debbie Greenblatt “A person cannot live without any kavod”
Stay-at-Home Therapist: Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer She turns to me. “You know the type, smart and silent?”