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This past Rosh Hashanah, the song carried them once again
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We are in the world of planting, but the time to reap will come
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
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What do you really yearn for?
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Instead, I was consumed by fear of the unknown. I received no explanation for the many doctors’ visits, nothing to combat my wild imagination that created stories each night to prevent me falling asleep
Shira Hart
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I grabbed the folder and handed it to Rachel. “I’ve been doing some writing. Here’s some of my stuff. If you’re interested…”
Shira Hart
Knesset Channel
The prison walls seemed to melt away, and all was well in the world as the open road beckoned
Gedalia Guttentag
Knesset Channel
To put it simply, was the shuk still with Bibi?
Gedalia Guttentag
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"In today’s age of lavish kiddushim, my best memory of this shtetl shul was entering the little kiddush hall and seeing the survivors drinking a l’chayim"
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