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Oasis in Time
As we return to the mundane, Havdalah reminds us to differentiate 
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Oasis in Time
Disconnected from dollars and cents, Shabbos is still the source of all profit
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Cozey Serial
We don’t need each other anymore, and without that, the friendship doesn’t hold much weight
Ariella Schiller
Cozey Serial
Why does it feel so good to get things down in writing? And how have I not known about this sooner? 
Ariella Schiller
A Few Minutes With
London barrister Natasha Hausdorff spoke with Mishpacha about Israel’s two court cases and its options
Yaakov Lipszyc
A Few Minutes With
Too much daylight between Israel and Washington
Gedalia Guttentag
A Stone’s Throw
“Something happened today and I need your advice. Would I be able to come over to your house and show you something?”
Faigy Gold
A Stone’s Throw
As I passed, I nodded hello and even ventured a “Chodesh tov.” He looked at me, and suddenly held up his hand. The whole line stopped
Faigy Gold
Counterpoint
Are our schools equipped to deal with the challenge of gifted children?
Counterpoint
Acknowledging the limits of hasbarah, easing up on the desperation and our quest to convince the moral-equivalencers
Aron Yitzchok Grossman
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On that snowy night, I made my way from Flatbush to Boro Park on foot, looking for that scene holding a story. On 14th Avenue, at around 8 p.m., I found it

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These two witnesses to history sat silently, hearing an enduring cry, a timeless call, to an Eternal G-d

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