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Shoshana Schwartz
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Halachah
As a general rule, the mitzvah of honoring one’s parents doesn’t require children to pay any money toward the performance of the mitzvah
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Halachah
The garbage truck isn’t coming on Erev Yom Tov — and other pre-Pesach dilemmas
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Shared Space
As the serial draws to a close, we reached out to voices of authority within the community to discuss some of the underlying threads of Shared Space. This week, Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger weighs in on the issue of hard moneylending
Dov Haller
Shared Space
Sometimes, the greatest gift parents can give their married children is the freedom to fail
Dr Meir Wikler
Lost and Found: Chanukah Theme 5783
7 tales of treasures lost — and regained
Mishpacha Contributors
The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.
Ruchy Bromberg
Voices for Eternity
Esther was prepared to sacrifice everything—her very life and even her portion in Olam HaBa—for the sake of the people
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
Voices for Eternity
The tefillos of men are carried upward through the prayers and tears of the women
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
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