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Faigy Schonfeld
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Money Mindset
If you’ve followed our column, you know that it’s not about the budget. We take a completely unique approach to looking at money
Shterna Lazaroff
Money Mindset
“I live pretty free right now. Because I don’t know what’s happening, I don’t worry about it. And it all works out in the end”
Shterna Lazaroff
Fire Fighters
A small flicker, a smoldering ember. If left unchecked, it can become a raging inferno, consuming everything in its path. Unless someone stands tall and douses the flames. Four tales of courage
Fire Fighters
A flame left unchecked can become a raging inferno, consuming everything in its path. Unless someone stands tall and douses the flames. Four tales of courage
Devorah Grant
In the Shadow of Corona
“The birth was smooth, the babies are healthy. My mother wasn’t here, but she got me a neis”
Rivka Streicher
In the Shadow of Corona
Being brave can make a person break. Being real gives us the strength to carry on
Chassia Thau
Treeo
Crispy crust. Spicy sauce.  Gooey cheese oozing over the sides in long, melty strings.  Do you think that there’s nothing like the first bite of a fresh, hot slice of pizza? You’re not alone!
Shoshana Gross
Treeo
Kivi sticks out his lip. “I hope there’s a tornado. And a tsunami”
Bashie Lisker
Five Random Questions
I think we’re all trying to be considerate of each other. As my father said, “We became such good friends!”
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Five Random Questions
"I love nature and beautiful scenery. The Alps are as un-NYC as you can get!"
Chaya Rosen
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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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