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Gila Arnold
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#In A Word
The strong trees protruding through the snow and the sun shining through the shadows are a reminder to me that Hashem always provides us with strength and warmth in the coldness of life
Mishpacha Contributors
#In A Word
If I had to describe the atmosphere at this dinner in Wiesenthal's honor, I would say it was this overwhelming sense of “we have won”
Mishpacha Contributors
The Change That Lasted
Right then and there, I decided there was something I could do
Faigy Weinberger
The Change That Lasted
Nine writers share their stories of determination and transformation
Mishpacha Contributors
By the Numbers
Parental support: readers share their takes
Family First Readers
By the Numbers
As children become adults, how much do they — and should they — rely on their parents for support? Over 800 parents and children weigh in
Mishpacha Readers
Editors Note
Whether we promote ourselves on Instagram or not, we all already have a unique brand of our own — because Hashem made us that way.
Alex Abel
Editors Note
When I get to that place, I remember that Hashem has a plan tailor-made for me
Alex Abel
Talk Back
"One thing most definitely does need fixing. And that is the absence of empathy and respect for an entire demographic"
C. Saphir
Talk Back
Believe me — I promise you that I’m constantly questioning: Why was I worthy of this miracle?
Charlene Aminoff
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“You have a tremendously bright future ahead of you. Don’t tell me you’re going to throw it away because of one girl”

By Gila Arnold

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Once again, Gabriella had displayed her knack for saying just what the other person needed to hear. No wonder Huvy had been so smitten, before—

By Gila Arnold

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The glossy brochure paper was beginning to disintegrate under Gabriella’s sweaty fingers. Oh no. No, no, no. This could not be happening

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Huvy continued eating silently. She would not feel guilty. It was not her problem that her parents were divorced. She would not feel guilty

By Gila Arnold

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Until this moment, when she’d heard the praise of a professional, Rina hadn’t quite understood what an accomplishment that was. Or how hard it must have been for Gabriella to give it up

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Rina’s eyes opened wide. “Heshy? What’re you doing home so early?” She dropped her bags and glanced at her watch. Six o’clock. “What’s wrong?”

By Gila Arnold