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Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
Even though this was my first birth and I was admittedly inexperienced, I felt something was seriously wrong It was a beautiful morning in July, and I’d just given birth to my first child. My labor had been a drawn-out affair and ended in a cesarean delivery, but staring down at the tiny new life
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Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
“Slow down. Let’s think logically. What exactly is suspicious here? Kids always like to look at animals”
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True Account
"My story is one more proof that HaKadosh Baruch Hu doesn’t abandon us, even in the darkest places”
Hadas Afik
True Account
There were injured and dead all around us. How is it that we just walked away?
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Searching for a unifying, global theme for 5781, it’s hard to escape two conclusions
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Behind the Book
Essential information, useful checklists, and practical guidance from rabbis, attorneys, and mental health professionals
Riki Goldstein
Behind the Book
Fresh and relatable reflections on the parshah and Yamim Tovim, filled with personal anecdotes
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What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
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What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
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