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Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin
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Dovid Bashevkin
Rocking Horse
I suppose this story is my plea to the world: Don’t let this happen. To anyone. Anywhere. Anytime
Leah Gebber
Rocking Horse
Each morning, Mr. Market knocks on the door and offers his stock at a different price. W hen I was in fifth grade, we played the stock market game. Each team of students was allotted an amount of money (this was not real money, much to my chagrin), and we competed against other elementary school teams to see who could
Leah Gebber
Power Plays
The human drama fueling Israel’s election story
Mishpacha Staff
Power Plays
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Shas has stormed back, jumping from nine to 11 seats in the elections 
Gedalia Guttentag
Fiction
Part of her wanted to be angry and ungrateful. But another part of her was ashamed of her childish behavior
Deborah Guttentag
Fiction
Would caring for Shimmy tear our family apart?
Mindy Gluckstein
Washington Wrap
J Street is definitely growing more influential under a Democratic administration
Omri Nahmias
Washington Wrap
The US and Europe have poured tens of billions into military aid for Ukraine, but how long can this pipeline continue?
Omri Nahmias
Sister Shmooze
While his job was covert, his faith was overt. Remembering Dr. Sheldon Meth
Emmy Leah Stark Zitter and Marcia Stark Meth and Miriam Stark Zakon
Sister Shmooze
Like so much in our lives, Old is only as good or bad as we make it. It’s all about how we look at it. And that’s a lesson that never grows old
Emmy Leah Stark Zitter and Marcia Stark Meth and Miriam Stark Zakon
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I read it for you

I’m an anxious person, so I keep a pillow stuffed with eight months’ worth of living expenses. It’s a little stiff , and the crinkly sound drives my wife crazy, but it helps me sleep better.

By Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin

I read it for you

Each morning, Mr. Market knocks on the door and offers his stock at a different price.

By Dovid Bashevkin