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“You find it easy to make friends?” Chana asked me sincerely. “I know how to be friendly, but a friend… I haven’t made one in a long time”
Esther Kurtz
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Was it possible to make a friend in two weeks? Maybe I can get Rafi to change the terms. I really, really wanted to go
Esther Kurtz
Every Moment Counts: Chanukah Theme 5783
As we prepare our wicks and count our candles, each day adding another level of light, do those numbers hold another special meaning for you? 
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A Different Counting Shavuos 5782
The words leap off the page, suddenly so much more real than prayers mumbled
Sari Abraham
A Different Counting Shavuos 5782
What were a few bothersome appointments if they were the key to the Land of Israel?
Yaffa Ganz
Election Special
If Bibi is serving as a minister, his political life is over. But if he’s the prime minister, he can fight the charges while in office
Eliezer Shulman
Election Special
Bibi is like the coach whose team is trailing with less than two minutes to go and has used his last timeout
Binyamin Rose
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Had the situation been reversed, I know that my husband z”l would’ve taken even better care of me than I did of him

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I think the reason she chose me to be her confidante is obvious: I’d been a caregiver. I’d been there. I would get it

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Once again, though, my assumption that this was the worst thing you could ever do to a loved one proved false

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After about a year, it became clear to me that my husband belonged in a day-care program, but, of course, this was not something he’d agree to — and I knew better than to suggest it

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I know this sounds unbelievable. A doctor who, for a year, would advise me — a person he’d never met — over the phone about a patient he had never seen?

By Joan Zlotnick

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In these instances, my instinct to spare my children and grandchildren was outweighed by my desperation

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