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Yochonon Donn
From Across The Oceans
Gedalia Guttentag
Close Call
If you’re ashamed to tell people about the friendship, that’s an important sign that shows you don’t feel proud of it
Mrs. Chani Juravel
Close Call
The more time passed, the more clarity I gained about what the problem had been with this friendship in the first place. And in one word, the answer was, “extreme”
Devoiry Braunstein
redo and renew
“With that chein and smile, by taking three seconds to say good morning, he made an impact that was remembered years later”   Taken just moments before the disaster unfolded, the delighted smile of Donny Morris z”l — framed by the multitudes who’d come to Meron — captures the before-and-after nature of what happened more than any
Malkie Gordon-Hirsch
redo and renew
“With that chein and smile, by taking three seconds to say good morning, he made an impact that was remembered years later”   Taken just moments before the disaster unfolded, the delighted smile of Donny Morris z”l — framed by the multitudes who’d come to Meron — captures the before-and-after nature of what happened more than any
Michal Frischman
Blueprint
“With that chein and smile, by taking three seconds to say good morning, he made an impact that was remembered years later”   Taken just moments before the disaster unfolded, the delighted smile of Donny Morris z”l — framed by the multitudes who’d come to Meron — captures the before-and-after nature of what happened more than any
Rabbi Yaakov Feitman
Naming Myself
Most of us are given our Jewish names at birth. But sometimes, we gain our name later in life. 3 accounts
Rikki Silver
Naming Myself
Most of us are given our Jewish names at birth. But sometimes, we gain our name later in life. 3 accounts
Rochel Samet
Step 1
Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I saw my chance and the Hashgachah. I reached out and asked if I could design the entire building
Susan Strauss
Step 1
Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I wanted to be an artist, but not a starving one. Could I pursue my creative dreams, while fulfilling my responsibilities to my family?"
Rabbi Yonah Weinrib
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