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Rabbi Yosef Sorotzkin
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Mayer Weinberger
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Rabbi Yosef Sorotzkin
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Beryl Tritel
F is for Friendship
“But, but….” I sounded like the sputtering last cup of soda in a slush machine. “That doesn’t make any sense,” I finally said
Ruchama Schnaidman
F is for Friendship
Tzivi wasn’t the writer, I thought. I glanced around the classroom. That left twenty-two other girls. Well, twenty-one because it wasn’t Penina
Ruchama Schnaidman
The Gatekeeper's Daughter
Vasara sucks in her breath. She swivels in her office chair and closes her eyes. Her trip to Riga belongs to another era, relegated to a dusty corner of her brain, the door shut firmly after it
Esther Teichtal
The Gatekeeper's Daughter
She might always be that weird girl who has fallen from a distant star who doesn’t know half of the endless rules
Esther Teichtal
Jr. Tales
“It’s very disappointing, but no, you won’t be sad forever”
Rivkah Small
Jr. Tales
“Well,” I contended, “we’re friends. Is that what you wanted to talk to me about?”
Malka Grunhaus
Outlook
Teshuvah need not be complete for Yom Kippur to provide atonement
Yonoson Rosenblum
Outlook
Our perception of the particular need to experience Rosh Hashanah as part of a tzibbur is correct
Yonoson Rosenblum
On your Mark
Too many people never saw Torah’s beauty. Allison Josephs helps them discover it
Miriam Milstein
On your Mark
Peninah Pick runs the Down the Aisle Kallah gemach, where she collects people’s surplus gifts and donates them to kallahs
Miriam Milstein
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