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My Lightning Flash
Six women share a moment that illuminated their path
Mishpacha Contributors
My Lightning Flash
As we stood at Har Sinai, we saw the thunder, heard the lightning. The lightning fades, but the sudden burst of clarity takes you forward. Six women share a moment that illuminated their path
Shoshana Schwartz
Best Food Forward
In a Nutshell: Tomato Vegetable Soup Sauté 2 diced medium onions, 4 minced cloves garlic (or frozen cubes), 2–3 large carrots, 4 stalks celery, and 1 parsnip. Then add a 16-oz (450-g) can tomato sauce, and water to cover. Add 1–2 Tbsp salt, 1⁄4 tsp pepper, and 1 Tbsp onion soup mix. Simmer until vegetables
Chanie Apfelbaum
Best Food Forward
In a Nutshell: Tomato Vegetable Soup Sauté 2 diced medium onions, 4 minced cloves garlic (or frozen cubes), 2–3 large carrots, 4 stalks celery, and 1 parsnip. Then add a 16-oz (450-g) can tomato sauce, and water to cover. Add 1–2 Tbsp salt, 1⁄4 tsp pepper, and 1 Tbsp onion soup mix. Simmer until vegetables
Chanie Apfelbaum
A Different Counting Shavuos 5782
The words leap off the page, suddenly so much more real than prayers mumbled
Sari Abraham
A Different Counting Shavuos 5782
What were a few bothersome appointments if they were the key to the Land of Israel?
Yaffa Ganz
Adviceline
In a Nutshell: Tomato Vegetable Soup Sauté 2 diced medium onions, 4 minced cloves garlic (or frozen cubes), 2–3 large carrots, 4 stalks celery, and 1 parsnip. Then add a 16-oz (450-g) can tomato sauce, and water to cover. Add 1–2 Tbsp salt, 1⁄4 tsp pepper, and 1 Tbsp onion soup mix. Simmer until vegetables
Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen
Adviceline
It’s extremely awkward for me to write this question to a women’s magazine, but for various reasons, I can’t go for help, and the lack of real respect and deeper connection in my home bothers me terribly,
Bassi Gruen
Why I Do What I Do
No longer would I be a businessman who squeezed in some medical consulting between meetings. From now on, I realized, I had to devote the bulk of my day to medical advocacy
Sandy Eller
Why I Do What I Do
“Come and join us!” he shouted. “We need you. Help us bring these remains to a Jewish burial!”
Eliezer Shulman
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