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It’s a part of life in the ER, dealing with those who are mentally challenged, often beyond repair
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I’ve noticed that these experts range from the appropriately modest to the ludicrously arrogant
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Let’s explore billboards — the funny, the sad (literally — it’s crying!), the brightest, noisiest, smelliest — and much, much more!
Rochel Burstyn
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What is your shul like? Is it big? Is it small? Is it a basement with some folding chairs and tables or is it a great, big building with a high ceiling? Today we visit ten of the most amazing shuls in the world.
Rabbi Meir Goldberg
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Miriam said she forgave me, but there was a layer of mistrust wedged between us that made me feel sick O ver the next few weeks, an interesting thing happened. Although I was in constant contact with Ahuva, I was suddenly feeling lonely. The sense of connection we’d developed started feeling less close and more
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Made in Heaven
Some of the myths, misconceptions, and mistaken beliefs that often accompany even stable marriages
Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
Made in Heaven
If you focus on what your husband is doing for you, you’ll find your resentment lessening rather quickly
Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
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Chazal in Pirkei Avos warn against the dangers of boredom, and how it can bring a person down
Rabbi Aryeh Kerzner
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The path to ultimate victory for all of Klal Yisrael lies in our redoubling our efforts in limud Torah
Rav Elya Brudny
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Ahuva didn’t have a problem with her mother. She was the problem. She had a handicap. She didn’t know how to handle people

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Was it my imagination or did my mother look bewildered? There was nothing wrong with Ahuva. There was no reason my mother shouldn’t approve of our friendship

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