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Every Elul zeman begins ambitiously
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It might be worthwhile to reexamine some mourning practices
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin
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Somehow, between labor and delivery, I’d learned that Nava is extremely left-wing secular. Now I commented, “Whoa, it must be really hard to work here in a snowstorm”
Leah Greene
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I checked the time. By now, my husband should have taken off. I dialed his number anyway. Of course, his phone was off
Leah Greene
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“We’re fighting all the time. This just isn’t the woman I married”
Jacob L. Freedman MD
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I wanted to trust him, but the kid had a long rap sheet and an even longer history of lying
Jacob L. Freedman MD
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Although it may not be intentional, it seems that our Jewish media are subliminally encouraging a lifestyle that many can’t afford
Yosef Weiss
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The project “Our Weddings, Our Wallets” continues to draw reader feedback.
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W e’d heard about an old local shofar-maker in the remote Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan — a talk-show host who was killed by Muslims for expressing his belief in his Jewish roots — and how some ancient Jewish customs are still practiced by the nomads of the region. Could this information help us in our own
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A long-ago art form sheds light on Maimonides and the medieval Jewish world where he flourished

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On a cattle ranch somewhere in the Golan, a red calf has been born that may have an impact on the future of the entire Jewish people. Is it possible that this Red Angus cow, now over a year old and still unblemished, will be the tenth and final Parah Adumah?

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