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Faigy Schonfeld
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Esty Mandelbaum
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Sarah Silverman
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Devora Loeb
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Esther Kurtz
Close Call
If you’re ashamed to tell people about the friendship, that’s an important sign that shows you don’t feel proud of it
Mrs. Chani Juravel
Close Call
The more time passed, the more clarity I gained about what the problem had been with this friendship in the first place. And in one word, the answer was, “extreme”
Devoiry Braunstein
Temech Tips
Yaffi’s pivot is an excellent example of the advice offered by Daniel Kahneman in Thinking, Fast and Slow
Gvira Milworm
Temech Tips
In this three-part series, we’ll shine a spotlight on the struggle for livelihood. We’ll share suggestions for how intrepid entrepreneurs can pivot and reinvent themselves.
Gvira Milworm
Fundamentals
Simple emunah isn't enough to overcome the faith of Yishmael
Mrs. D. B. Estrin
Touch Base
Our anxiety no longer has the same urgency — how do we keep feeling?
Mrs. Batya Weinberg
tastes like shabbos
Just the word itself brings waves of nostalgia for the beautiful Shabbosos of my childhood
Family Table Readers
tastes like shabbos
A teacher and a mother, Rebbetzin Machlis cooked for several hundred guests every Shabbos for decades
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
Eyes That Saw Angels
Would we spend the rest of our lives wondering why we’d hadn’t contacted the myriad of magical figures living in our midst?
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Eyes That Saw Angels
Venerable individuals still among us share their recollections of personal encounters with yesteryear's giants
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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My husband and I knew our journey to parenthood would be a somewhat rockier than others’ I’m peeling potatoes and my eyes are raining. My younger sister-in-law just had a baby and I’ve been crying over my half-prepared supper since the phone call came. I was scheduled to have a pre-treatment test today, and I

By Gayil Rose

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What we learned in Neve wasn’t new and radical, it was more like finding the missing pieces to the framework of a puzzle. It helped us put everything in place.

By Esther Ilana Rabi

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I take great pleasure in watching my sons pitch in with the barbecuing, some simultaneously playing the role of daddy, all playing the role of uncle.

By Margie Pensak

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“We’d like to send him to the ER to rule out a stroke. Someone needs to accompany him.”

By S.T. Agam

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They looked comforted and I felt relief for this neshamah’s elevation, yet distraught for my father, who was still hanging between life and death.

By Chaia Frishman

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“It’s Dad. It’s bad. Come quick.” “I guess this makes us blood brothers.” Justin looked solemnly down at their fingers, now scratched and bloody from the bare branches of the oak tree they’d just scaled. “Aren’t we blood brothers already? I mean, we are brothers.” “You’re so lame, Jonathan. This makes it real. A pact.

By Faigy Peritzman