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Theme Section: Open Secrets
So many of us carry secrets — some heavy, some light. Some that mean nothing, and some that change everything. Six writers tell stories of secrets kept, shared, and revealed
Family First Contributors
Hit the Trail
Of giving, taking, and building campaigns
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Hit the Trail
There were no more atheists left in the house. No more questions needed to be asked
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Show and Tell
"Every little thing that other people see as garbage, I see as a potential craft"
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Show and Tell
The talent behind The Amazing Bubble Show
Malka Winner
Family Living
If you’re anything like us, you’re bound to get overwhelmed by all the stuff your kids deem as “important”
Chanie Nayman
Family Living
Get your winter gear in gear
Chanie Nayman
Learning Curve
Aviva doesn’t show up to work for a few days, causing Suri to worry. Chavi tells Aviva’s mother that she’s been sick all week
Gila Arnold
Learning Curve
Hoping the peal hadn’t woken her children, she ran to the door. Standing on her doorstep were the last two people Yael would have expected to see
Gila Arnold
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What did I have that could pass for a costume, that was easily removable, and wasn’t mortifying in the first place?

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“What are your Purim plans?” Mommy was finally taking initiative in this conversation, but of course she had to bring up something I don’t want to talk about. Not with her, at least

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I dialed Ari, but I was too late, I knew, and I felt a pit in my stomach. I should’ve at least told him I was hiring Linda before I did it

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“First things first,” Ari said, reaching for a bag I’d just noticed. He pulled out a flattish square orange box printed with a bold H. No. He didn’t really buy me a Hermes scarf

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It was one o’clock now, I hadn’t cleaned up from Shabbos at all, I was just sitting on the bathroom floor — not crying, just alone

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I’d responded in the 24-hour window, but it had been too late, and without me they did everything wrong: got defensive, denied any wrongdoing, threatened to sue

By Esther Kurtz