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Send Them Off as Jews
“You know,” I tell them, “what’s important now is just being here.”
Rabbi Daniel Rose
Send Them Off as Jews
Facing the end of life — or even seeing that possibility in the distant future — can be a gift, for all sorts of reasons
Rabbi Daniel Rose
Embrace New Beginnings: Letters for Elul Zeman
Letters of advice and uplift for the new Elul zeman
Mishpacha Contributors
Seven Facts
"Hello, Mrs. Parker, we’ve come to help with your shopping. What d’you need?" The B.A.N.G. Gang is still smarting from the scolding they got the previous day from Mrs. Parker, Boruch’s elderly housebound neighbor. As they walk home from school, they discuss their harrowing experience. Characters: ARON, a slow-moving fellow who likes to take life
Devorah Weiss
Veiled Joy
The two of us stood under our chuppah, enjoying the wedding we’d planned in just 24 hours
Josh Clark
Veiled Joy
Fear was beginning to creep into our conversations. Would there be flights? Should everyone leave now?
Millie Samson
Top 5
In honor of Shavuos, my top five
Ahron Cohn
Top 5
"This historically themed but very relevant train adventure puts you in the shoes of a shtetl Yid seeking a shidduch!"
Ahron Cohn
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“Do you guys realize there’s only two weeks left to vacation? We need to think of our next venture!”

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“What if she follows us all the way up? You don’t know what she’s like. The woman’s dangerous— aaaaaaaaaaaah!”

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The B.A.N.G. Gang, having narrowly escaped a herd of bulls, are rehashing the experience on the phone

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“My big sister’s in lecture-mode again, and I’m trying to avoid her, so hiking out in the countryside suits me fine”

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