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Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Reflections
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Reflections
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Reflections
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Reflections
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Free Fall
Freefall took me 12 months — and 25 years — to write. Now that it’s over, while other old and new responsibilities bang at my door, I’ll ignore the knocking for a bit and share a short retrospective on life during Freefall
Miriam Stark Zakon
Free Fall
The colonel’s lips were a straight, unsmiling line. “Not German, Freed. They need someone who speaks Yiddish”,
Miriam Stark Zakon
Press Pass
“There is an urge to tweet or post on Facebook every small thought, every unverified development. It’s good entertainment, but it’s not good journalism”
Omri Nahmias
Facets
“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
Facets
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
5 to 9
Do work with great people who you respect, share vision with, and relate to
Moe Mernick
10 Questions
Rabbi Jake Czuper, a Jewish educator and singer-songwriter/entertainer, recently released his third album. He’s based in Atlanta, Georgia
Rachel Bachrach
Counter Point
The Open Mic piece on the dearth of qualified teachers for our girls continues to draw feedback. Below is a sampling
Mishpacha Readers
Counter Point
The Conversation continues
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