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Boaz Bachrach
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Dispatch
The myth of two different peoples, both indigenous to the land, long competing for the same piece of territory, is just that: a myth
Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
Dispatch
Existentially, perhaps more than at any time in my life, I am taking our suffering into account
Rabbi Hillel Goldberg
Baby Steps
I slowly wrote the rest of my reply, hit send, and opened up a world of possibilities
Helen Shere
Baby Steps
I should probably let the shul know that I won’t be available to host in a few months... But then again...
Helen Shere
Best Food Forward
When he ordered a few seforim for his friends, he never imagined he was creating the shining star of Gateshead Just four hours. Four out of twenty-four. He never meant it to grow so big, so all-encompassing. He didn’t dream in quads or quarters, but it happened like one stumbling upon four pebbles of life’s
Chanie Apfelbaum
Best Food Forward
When he ordered a few seforim for his friends, he never imagined he was creating the shining star of Gateshead Just four hours. Four out of twenty-four. He never meant it to grow so big, so all-encompassing. He didn’t dream in quads or quarters, but it happened like one stumbling upon four pebbles of life’s
Chanie Apfelbaum
Game On!
Think beyond your fridge. Many doors, dishwashers, or other household items have a large magnetic surface
Chanie Nayman
Game On!
This month, we’re rallying around all things wood, namely, popsicle sticks, to bring the trees indoors
Chanie Nayman
NewlyFed
Somebody, anybody, HELP! I’m newly married, and for some reason, you don’t get a how-to-cook guide along with a kallah bracelet. I need some lessons!
Rechama Jaffa and Rivky Kleiman
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This was only meant to be a sabbatical but it’s become so much more We came to Jerusalem on the blind. We had to leave our apartment in England for a few months, and instead of moving temporarily to the next street or next block over, we decided to do something we’d long wanted to

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“He said you will definitely have two children, maybe even three.”

By Rabbi Akiva Fox

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I pray that my lecht succeed in creating that magic I knew, bonding a fifth generation’s hearts to our own

By Riki Goldstein

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His pain was great, but his emunah was even greater

By Tamara Friedman