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Ideas in 3 Dimensions
Rav Yitzchak Hutner is still speaking to you
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin
Ideas in 3 Dimensions
No one ever really finds Rav Tzaddok — Rav Tzaddok finds you
Dovid Bashevkin
Profiles
“There were very wealthy laymen and seasoned businessmen there and they rose to the occasion,” he says. “The only challenges they raised have been how to do it, not whether to do it.”
Eytan Kobre
Profiles
How does a young man assume the leadership of a dying chassidus at the age of 18 and transform into an empire of Torah, chessed, and kiruv?
Yeruchem Yitzchak Landesman
Adviceline
Because we’re choosing to raise our family slightly differently than my parents did theirs, they don’t accept our choices. And I don’t respect theirs.
Bassi Gruen
Adviceline
It’s extremely awkward for me to write this question to a women’s magazine, but for various reasons, I can’t go for help, and the lack of real respect and deeper connection in my home bothers me terribly,
Bassi Gruen
Corona Crisis
Coronavirus is worldwide — why is the US so badly hit? 
Omri Nahmias
Corona Crisis
A COVID-19 Primer: Your guide to life in a socially distanced reality
Aliza Rubenstein and Chava Ruderman
Family Matters
He always thought of everything, so I didn’t have to. Now it was my job, and it was daunting
Joan Zlotnick
Family Matters
At a particular stage of my husband’s illness, it became clear that the shul we were attending no longer met our needs
Joan Zlotnick
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The content here should match the theme of the week in this world of crisis — helpful, healthful, and realistic.

By Chanie Nayman

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It felt like a healthy meeting point between my job and my family, and one the kids were proud of.

By Chanie Nayman

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Brine your chicken cutlets in a saltwater solution (4 cups water to 1⁄4 cup salt and 3 Tbsp sugar) a half hour before they hit the grill. The salt breaks down muscle fibers, allowing the chicken to absorb moisture and preventing the fibers from contracting excessively from the heat, which would release the natural moisture.

By Chanie Nayman

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We often think we want more choice, but an abundance of choice actually overwhelms us

By Chanie Nayman

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Allow me to remind you that you don’t need to perfect everything. You just need to recognize something that you do well and be proud of it.

By Chanie Nayman

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W ith all the things, big and small, that have been reprioritized and reshifted over these last months, there’s one major life event that I worry will get passed over altogether: graduations. As symbolic as it is, the o­ cialness of graduation day does a great job of giving students the closure they need on

By Chanie Nayman