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The latest set of rules will have major impacts on how yeshivos have operated in the postwar era
Yochonon Donn
Metro & Beyond
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Yochonon Donn
Here I Mourn
There are places that epitomize the destruction: Six writers share the location in which  they touch the Churban
Mishpacha Contributors
The Interior of Design
Yes, I conclude, it might be that we are the anavim, the ones who don’t believe we are worthy Sometimes, on Leil Shabbos, when the meal is done, a sweet spirit takes hold of my children, and they continue singing. They push back their chairs and sing camp songs and kumzitz songs. They go on
Miri Lichtman
The Interior of Design
Yes, I conclude, it might be that we are the anavim, the ones who don’t believe we are worthy Sometimes, on Leil Shabbos, when the meal is done, a sweet spirit takes hold of my children, and they continue singing. They push back their chairs and sing camp songs and kumzitz songs. They go on
Concentric Circle
Already by Birchos haShachar I’ve remembered eight urgent things to do
Esther Sender
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While we hold our secrets close to our hearts, sometimes they slip out. Five stories
Miriam Klein Adelman
Secrets Revealed
While we hold our secrets close to our hearts, sometimes they slip out. Five stories
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