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LifePrep
When I was finally coaxed back into the classroom, it was for something I’d never imagined
Yochonon Donn
Freeze Frame
I often search for ways to add freshness to days that feel boring
Russy Tendler
Freeze Frame
I want to become a vessel ready to catch and contain the brachah around me
Russy Tendler
A Summer Well Spent
"To see how 'I' and 'me' are just ways to say ‘us' and 'we'; to expand yourself to include others"
Yosef Herz
A Summer Well Spent
"It was all part of being there, showing the unaffiliated that bnei Torah can be fun, normal, and serious about Yiddishkeit at the same time"
Yosef Herz
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Rav Ovadiah always viewed Shas as a bridge between religious and secular forces in Israel
Mishpacha Contributors
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
“These sefarim are my fathers and teachers. When I was very young, I saved penny after penny so that I could purchase them. I went without bread to be able to buy another sefer for my home.”
Mishpacha Contributors
Dream On
Vivianne Willig, MSW, responds to reader questions about Dream On
Vivianne Willig MSW
Dream On
Whatever she ended up doing in life, she’d do it as herself. If nothing else, she’d learned that this year in seminary
Gila Arnold
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