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Gila Arnold
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Yael Zoldan
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Bracha Stein
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Sara Lebenman
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Ora McCarthy
C is for Courage
Almost four years have passed. Almost four years since that hot summer day when I was diagnosed with cancer. Who would’ve thought that cancer would be the best thing that happened to me?
Esty Bloom
Windows
“The mekubal said to stop worrying so much. It’s not as bad as you think. You need more bitachon”
Ann Goldberg
Windows
I’d taken many of my children to their first day of first grade. But today was different
Tova Traub
Full ‘n Free
Jewish traveling is inexplicably linked with food preparation. You can always tell who’s part of the tribe.
Rorie Weisberg
Full ‘n Free
 Taking better care of ourselves doesn’t mean avoiding enjoyable pastimes and food experiences.
Rorie Weisberg
Song at Sunrise
We crown Him King — and are crowned as His Nation
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
Song at Sunrise
When we gird ourselves for battle, we can rise above our lower selves
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
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“I can’t take this, the waiting!” she muttered. “Just wake me up when I’m married…” From across the street, the woman looked up, and smiled

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Oh, great. He’s rhyming again. He only speaks in rhyme when he’s stressed or upset. It’s official. He totally, totally thinks I’m terrible

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To be fair, Bruchy did give me advance notice. Not so far in advance that I could get out of it

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Everyone’s fear was that I’d turn into her

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She glanced in the mirror and reapplied her lipstick. She was becoming her mother. But it wouldn’t hurt to look presentable

By Adina Lover