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Yardsticks
“Oh, goodness, I’m so happy. It’s amazing what a good fit does to a gown. Beautiful, beautiful”
Esty Heller
Yardsticks
It was not my place to tell Yocheved what to do. This was her business, her responsibility. I couldn’t change the world
Esty Heller
Story Supplement
His brother was a singer. So what?
Chani Muller
Story Supplement
All Ezzy had to do was give each pot a quick rinse. How hard could that be?
Chaim Finkelstein
Follow Me
There was a crackle on the line, and the voice coming through the speaker was muffled. Muffled, but familiar
Esty Heller
Follow Me
Did they realize what a loss they’d experienced? Did they realize this was forever, this odd void they could hardly identify, being so young and clueless?
Esty Heller
Staying the Course
Against the odds, I had done it. Not only done it, but done it well
Yossi Myers
Staying the Course
As foreign as some of the classes were, ultimately, the questions raised in every course brought me back to where I came from
Yossi Myers
Make Her Day
We asked: Do you know someone whose life needs brightening? We gave you $100. And you made her day
Make Her Day
We gave them $100. They made someone’s day. 9 stories
Ariella Schiller
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