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Break the Chain: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5783
Oh, no, I thought, Will I allow Goldie to use the silent treatment as a weapon?
Sarah Nimarov
Break the Chain: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5783
Growing up, I knew that it was bad to spend money and sinful to buy things at full price
Rachel Jaffe
Special Supplement: Rav Chaim Kanievsky — A Sefer Torah on Loan
It is impossible to feel the impact of Rav Chaim’s brilliance unless one experiences it firsthand 
Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger
Special Supplement: Rav Chaim Kanievsky — A Sefer Torah on Loan
What made the house such a magnet wasn’t just the almost tangible Torah in its air. It was the open hearts of Rav Chaim and Rebbetzin Batsheva
Ezriel Yudkowsky
Purim 5784
With striped hats and hyped cats, these classics reinvent themselves
Mishpacha Contributors
Purim 5784
Daas Balabatim You Can Trust
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In the Arms of Rabi Shimon
Hands that stitch, hands that shape, hands that build. With skill and strength and devotion, human hands have fashioned the homes that shelter us, the clothing we wear, the food we eat. And if we are attuned enough, we can see traces of the Hand that positions us in our precisely ordained spot on earth,
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In the Arms of Rabi Shimon
We’re holding on, Tatteh. Listen to the hespedim, listen to the anguished voices as they praise You
Yisroel Besser
Jr. Fiction
Hands that stitch, hands that shape, hands that build. With skill and strength and devotion, human hands have fashioned the homes that shelter us, the clothing we wear, the food we eat. And if we are attuned enough, we can see traces of the Hand that positions us in our precisely ordained spot on earth,
Bashie Lisker
Jr. Fiction
Mendy stalks toward me, hand outstretched. I shriek until Mommy comes onto the porch to see what’s going on
Ariella Schiller
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