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Pesach Cleaning in Minutes
A concerned Mechanech Dear Editor, Your publication teaches a lot and brings a lot of important issues to the forefront. I would like to bring up a very important one. The rebbeim and principals we have today are an extremely dedicated group of individuals. They love Torah, they love Hashem, and they love the boys.
Yael Wiesner
Pesach Cleaning in Minutes
A concerned Mechanech Dear Editor, Your publication teaches a lot and brings a lot of important issues to the forefront. I would like to bring up a very important one. The rebbeim and principals we have today are an extremely dedicated group of individuals. They love Torah, they love Hashem, and they love the boys.
Yael Wiesner
Words Unspoken
You’re trying to protect your mother’s privacy — but I know what’s really going on
Anonymous
Words Unspoken
Your mother-in-law shared her pain with me. Now I’d like to share some of my thoughts with you
Anonymous
All I Ask
Soon after the first chapters were published, the questions and doubts came
Ruti Kepler
All I Ask
Tell him. Right now. Say the words Dad asked you to say. Just say it! Quick, before it’s too late!
Ruti Kepler
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Rochie Laufer
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A meal both adults and kids alike will enjoy!
Rochie Laufer
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An outspoken passion for public relations
Yisroel Besser
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His zeide loved connecting with other Jews and so does he_— through digital age albums and scouting out raw talent that no computer can replace,
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