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Every Soul a World
Just as Moshe Rabeinu’s birthday and Yahrzeit are on the same day, so, too, Rabbi Dahan was decreed to be taken from us on his birthday. One year since his passing
Penina Steinbruch
Every Soul a World
“Yakov, in his short life in This World, succeeded in becoming a walking kiddush Hashem”
Ariella Schiller
In the Balance
Our victory is that we don’t perpetuate the evil
Baruch S. Fertel, MD, MPA, FACEP
In the Balance
Trust your doctor. But only believe in Hashem
Baruch S. Fertel, MD, MPA, FACEP
Hidden Heroes
Yoel Simcha enjoys playing hockey, board games, making up jokes, and spending time with friends
Chaya Rosen
Hidden Heroes
There are treatments to try and relieve AD, but there is no cure
Chaya Rosen
Fiction Corner
For a fleeting moment, I thought I saw a glint of compunction in her eyes, but if I did, it was gone as soon as it came
Sara Pachter
Fiction Corner
“We’re going to be friends for always. We’ll stay in touch. I’ll be there at your wedding and you’ll be there at mine”
Aryeh Ehrlich
Incredible Lab
See water “walk” in this incredible experiment! 
Malka Winner
Incredible Lab
Heat expands molecules while cold contracts them. And this experiment demonstrates it
Malka Winner
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