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Two Cents
Unsolicited advice from people with no credentials but plenty of opinions
Chana Fishman and Michali Naiman
Two Cents
Bewildered parents submit their questions
Chana Fishman and Michali Naiman
Dinner Hour
When it’s time to eat, the youngest ones eat first, followed by the older children, who drift to the table as the smells draw them in
Rochie Laufer
Dinner Hour
A meal both adults and kids alike will enjoy!
Rochie Laufer
At the Core
Our faith may be dimmed but it can always reignite
Baila Vorhand
At the Core
What distinguishes our chochmah from the wisdom of the Greeks?
Baila Vorhand
Care to Join
Somehow, between labor and delivery, I’d learned that Nava is extremely left-wing secular. Now I commented, “Whoa, it must be really hard to work here in a snowstorm”
Leah Greene
Care to Join
I checked the time. By now, my husband should have taken off. I dialed his number anyway. Of course, his phone was off
Leah Greene
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
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