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I love the feel of an instant-gratification home makeover. Obviously, with most aspects of design, there’s a multistep process, but I like to “put the sprinkles on the cake,” adding the finishing touches that make a room pop. My goal is to leave a space feeling warm, inviting, and interesting. Here I’ll take the same
Nechama Kovitz
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I love the feel of an instant-gratification home makeover. Obviously, with most aspects of design, there’s a multistep process, but I like to “put the sprinkles on the cake,” adding the finishing touches that make a room pop. My goal is to leave a space feeling warm, inviting, and interesting. Here I’ll take the same
Tova Jankelowitz
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It filled me up to feel wanted, important, needed. Which is why once I started, I didn’t stop — at all
Devorah Grant
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I made them laugh, shared my cookies, and generally was, I thought, a great friend, even if I did leave a trail of stuff in my wake
Devorah Grant
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Families had been decimated. So whom do you socialize with? Neighbors and fellow mispallelim filled the slot
Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
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Sometimes we actually merit to feel our ancestors hovering over us as they guide us through life
Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
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Dani Dayan is the departing consul general of Israel in New York
Omri Nahmias
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Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone is senior advisor to US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman
Gershon Burstyn
My Lightning Flash
Six women share a moment that illuminated their path
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My Lightning Flash
As we stood at Har Sinai, we saw the thunder, heard the lightning. The lightning fades, but the sudden burst of clarity takes you forward. Six women share a moment that illuminated their path
Shoshana Schwartz
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