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“Buy pitah?” Bavli was incredulous. “I’ve never heard of such a thing. Maybe in the big cities.”
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EndNote
Aish 3 is Abie Rotenberg's latest project together with veteran partner Shlomo Simcha.
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"While we still have the privilege of being here in This World, even without a musical instrument, we need to smile and make others smile"
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Double Take
If I would be taking care of these precious little boys for the next two weeks, some things were going to have to change
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The new assistant was only making my job harder
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Making It
In a monthly series, Mishpacha speaks to real people in our communities who are struggling — and succeeding — to “make it.” Learn their strategies, secrets, fears, and dreams as they share the wealth of their hard-earned experience,
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Grab the Reins
“These addicts give up everything to get clean. They leave their homes, their families, their jobs, they leave their creature comforts and everything else behind” ,Grab the Reins: Chapter 34,“These addicts give up everything to get clean. They leave their homes, their families, their jobs, they leave their creature comforts and everything else behind”
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Grab the Reins
“When something really does bother you but you don’t let yourself feel it, that’s a problem. That’s what causes resentments”,Grab the Reins: Chapter 33,“When something really does bother you but you don’t let yourself feel it, that’s a problem. That’s what causes resentments”
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