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Eliezer Shulman
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Binyamin Rose
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Omri Nahmias
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Binyamin Rose
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Binyamin Rose
Chef
This was the first time that working hard, fast, and creatively would get me in trouble.
Chef Suzie Gornish
Family Reflections
A gracious receiver makes the giver feel good
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Standing Ovation
You might be surprised to discover who the real people behind the famous voices of our favorite characters actually were
Dovid Nachman Golding
Family First Serial
Dini smiled to herself as she hung up the phone. Wonder of wonders! Ayala had come to realize the value of fundraising after all! 
Gila Arnold
Family First Serial
“Can I take Saturday off, Mr. Lefkowitz? I’ll work on Sunday if you want, or extra hours on Monday”
Miriam Zakon
For the Record
The fact that father and son dealt with the same curious theme hints at some family history behind the discussion
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
For the Record
One of the historical curiosities of the mussar movement was the tendency of its tzaddikim to travel
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
School Daze
There are a lot of other ways to be successful than being academic. You are so much more than the grades you get!
Perel Stone
School Daze
Who would guess that the girl who was making every teacher miserable had such talent!
Perel Stone
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