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Estie Samson
Moving Forward
Estie Samson
Moving Forward
Estie Samson
Moving Forward
Estie Samson
Moving Forward
Estie Samson
Turning Tides
I almost fainted at this blatant anti-Semitism. I quickly ran through appropriate responses in my head, and rejected them all. It would be a waste of breath to even respond
Leah Gebber
Turning Tides
What would Rivka want her bas mitzvah to look like, now that there could be none of the big ideas she’d dreamed about?
Leah Gebber
For the Record
The oldest English-language Jewish weekly in the United States is starting to come around
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
For the Record
The grounds of a country club resort were purchased in 1955, and Camp Munk became a reality
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
From My Table
Summer is a time when the natural rules shift just a bit. Kids get a later bedtime, ice cream is a regular after-camp snack, and this mother needs to make sure to never ever make heavy comfort food for supper all summer long.
Chanie Nayman
From My Table
The finality of our decision hit me hard. We’d just sold our gorgeous home with its breathtaking views and were leaving my supportive friends and community. We had signed on a new home in a place where I knew no one. The house itself, although nicely decorated, was much smaller than our previous one. At
Chanie Nayman
A Gift Passed Along
And that was it. Zeide was forced to simply step over the body and keep marching without pause
Adina Stilerman
A Gift Passed Along
“You, my friend, should be walking around with a camera all day”
Nachman Hellman
Speak Up
"As long as everyone’s chilled and happy (and you take along good food J) you can have fun anywhere!"
Elky Pascal
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“I won’t be happy wherever we move. So you make the decision, and at least you’ll be happy”

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“I ask You to please accept what I feel is my mesirus nefesh. Please help me through the process and be with me. I can’t do it alone”

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“I have an interested buyer for your home. Can he come look at your house?”

By Estie Samson