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Sirens at Ne'ilah
A half century after the guns fell silent over Sinai and the Golan, revisiting the climactic scenes on the front and those inside the heart
Binyamin Rose
Sirens at Ne'ilah
As sirens wailed, soldiers mobilized, and an entire nation was gripped by fear, how did the Torah world’s leaders respond?
Meir Gold and Yair Stern
TableScapes
Here’s a peek at what I did so you can create your own Yom Tov table — complete with elegant linen, stunning flowers, and complementary candlesticks.
Shiri Feldman
TableScapes
With this tablescape, I wanted to encapsulate some of the magic of Purim
Shiri Feldman
Booklists
"Is there a peirush on Chumash you consider indispensable when learning the weekly parshah?"
Mishpacha Staff
Booklists
As a teenager, I found myself going back and referencing it again and again
Mishpacha Staff
Jr. Serial
She’s happier today. Probably ’cuz she spent the day with her friends, he thinks
Bashie Lisker
Jr. Serial
Kumzitz songs, slow songs, gratitude and yearning and chizuk and sweet, simple joy
Rochel Samet
Feature Videos
When your work puts you inside some of the most sensitive situations in our community, how can you keep from burning out?
Yisroel Besser
Feature Videos
If people are giving, does it matter how much they spend on material items in their lives?
Yisroel Besser
More Flashback
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Chasing Clarity     (Originally featured in Family First, Issue 861)

By Toby Schorr

Flashback

Editor’s Letter: Issue 608      (Originally featured in Family First, Issue 860)

By Bassi Gruen

Flashback

I stepped towards the smooth, pockmarked stones of the Wall. The Wall that had seen and heard so much

By P. Diamond

Flashback

  The First Day of School   (Originally featured in Family First, Issue 858)

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

Flashback

Eleven months a year, I’m a staunch city girl…But come July, and I am transformed into a country girl

By Faigy Schonfeld

Flashback

I am thoroughly thankful and humbled by the Jerusalem outside my window.

By Yaffa Ganz