fbpx
Latest Musings
Musings
Batsheva Kirsch
Musings
Risa Rotman
Musings
Rikki Schultz
Musings
Miri Lederman
Musings
Shira Fogel
Akeida Moments
Sometimes I’d believe I could slip into it, if I could just find the portal to enter. A place that would accept me, quirks and all.
Esther Kurtz
Akeida Moments
“I accept Your Will Hashem,” I whispered, “I accept this nisayon, please just give me the koach.”
Avigayil Wein
Sidekick
This year our flight will be twice as long, and you had better believe that I double- and triple-checked our tickets
Hadassa Swerds
Sidekick
Okaaay. Somebody call the cops. This pack of five-year-olds is clearly up to no good
Hadassa Swerds
Moving Forward
“Your acceptance of your situation is very refreshing. We don’t always have to know the end"
Estie Samson
Moving Forward
"There aren’t so many people like me around here and I’m looking to make a new friend”
Estie Samson
What I Reaped
On Succos, we gather our crops, reflect on our harvest. In life, we gather our experiences, appreciate what we’ve gained
Rivki Silver
What I Reaped
On Succos, we gather our crops, reflect on our harvest. In life, we gather our experiences, appreciate what we’ve gained
Chana Marcus
Jr. Tales
“What do you think they’ll call her? I hope it’s a name I’ll be excited about”
Chaya Rosen
Jr. Tales
He’d help Reuven find a costume, Yoni decided, but he wasn’t telling Reuven about his own
Hadar Nudel
More Musings
Musings

“But that’s Yiddish. Don’t you have a Hebrew name?” she pressed

By Zelda Goldfield

Musings

It’s time to make sense of a single’s expenses

By Gitty Chopp

Musings

Take this quiz to find out if you have what it takes to be a Hatzolah wife

By Chashie Stern

Musings

Often, it’s about the search itself and the things you learn along the way

By Sarah Moses Spero

Musings

When I received the invitation, I knew I couldn’t miss this important event in her life

By Rebecca (Feldbaum) Steier

Musings

Have you ever wondered if anyone else feels some of those unspoken thoughts that leave you steeped in regret and shame? 

By Chashie Stern