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Point of View
Pesach brings a unique opportunity to take a deeper look at what our eyes are actually seeing
Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l
Point of View
The purpose of a succah is to curb the harmful influences that come with the joy of accumulating property
Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l
Impressions
What words can possibly fix loss? We speak in these situations because we feel uncomfortable not to
Binyomin Yudin 
Impressions
in the pleasant afterglow of Yom Kippur we are happy to just sit in the moment with our mitzvos
Moshe Krakowski
Staying the Course
Against the odds, I had done it. Not only done it, but done it well
Yossi Myers
Staying the Course
As foreign as some of the classes were, ultimately, the questions raised in every course brought me back to where I came from
Yossi Myers
Summer Series
 Lazy days on our Hungarian lake
Judy Landman
Summer Series
The enjoyment we experienced there was in inverse proportion to its physical condition
Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger
Calligraphy
Now Jacob’s pathetic cries were a mockery, and I trembled, my knees pulled tight up to my chin. I could not, would not hold him in my arms and watch him slip away. Not again
Perl Weisz
Calligraphy
“You need to choose to fight this monster or he’ll get the better of you. You can live a happy life, you can break free of this. The first step is to want to get better.”
Michal Marcus
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