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Latest Calligraphy: Succos 5784
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Ariella Schiller
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Esther Kurtz
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Michal Marcus
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Bashie Lisker
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Esty Heller
The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.
Ruchy Bromberg
Text Messages
Thank you, for both your honest feedback and your friendship-from-afar
Eytan Kobre
Text Messages
It's the day when as a community, time and again we fail mightily in our designated role on this earth
Eytan Kobre
The Money Trap
I was the perfect dupe; the case study for Credit Card Marketing 101. Until it all came crashing down on me and I risked losing everything
Gila Arnold
The Money Trap
They were living in Israel, but their spending habits were still American. It was a financial disaster waiting to happen
Gila Arnold
LifeLines
If you ever read any book about love languages, my mother’s picture should be on the opening of the chapter on gift giving
Mattie Weinberg
LifeLines
Fighting for our baby’s every breath, we gained just as much as we gave
C. Saphir
Take a Stand
“Strengthening one area of avodas Hashem shouldn’t be seen as an impediment to growing in other areas”
Mishpacha Contributors
Take a Stand
“Parents willing to sign falsely are teaching their child that dishonesty is okay... when it gets you what you want”
Mishpacha Contributors
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Calligraphy: Succos 5784

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