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Teen Serial
“You must be Tamar, ” the woman said, her smile so huge and fake Tamar wanted to scrape it off her face
Malka Grunhaus
Second Dance
“Nu, Bubby, come on, shtell hock,” he said, and she looked at him primly, as if she had no idea what he meant
Dov Haller
Second Dance
“You know,” he told them, “the new neighborhood in Florida is only for the real gvirim, they’re very picky.”
Dov Haller
Free Fall
Freefall took me 12 months — and 25 years — to write. Now that it’s over, while other old and new responsibilities bang at my door, I’ll ignore the knocking for a bit and share a short retrospective on life during Freefall
Miriam Stark Zakon
Free Fall
The colonel’s lips were a straight, unsmiling line. “Not German, Freed. They need someone who speaks Yiddish”,
Miriam Stark Zakon
A Promise Kept
My companions  — along with the bag I was counting on to keep us alive — vanished in the chaos
Yael Schuster
A Promise Kept
We’d created a haven for them to unburden their hearts, and sent them away with the sweetness of home cooking
Millie Samson
Moonlight
On Seder Night, we cross the bridge from Egypt to Shema
Rabbi Menachem Nissel
Moonlight
The ancient machatzis hashekel mitzvah teaches us the proper way to view money
Rabbi Menachem Nissel
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