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Impressions
Families had been decimated. So whom do you socialize with? Neighbors and fellow mispallelim filled the slot
Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
Impressions
Sometimes we actually merit to feel our ancestors hovering over us as they guide us through life
Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
Why I Do What I Do
No longer would I be a businessman who squeezed in some medical consulting between meetings. From now on, I realized, I had to devote the bulk of my day to medical advocacy
Sandy Eller
Why I Do What I Do
“Come and join us!” he shouted. “We need you. Help us bring these remains to a Jewish burial!”
Eliezer Shulman
The Search: Pesach 5782
Nine writers recount their search for chometz — and what they found
Shoshana Greenspan
The Search: Pesach 5782
Nine writers recount their search — and what they found
Esty Heller
Sisters Share
In this new column, we’ll meet wonderful girls who all have siblings with special needs, and they’ll share with us how they feel about being “special” sisters
C. Rosen
Eternal Wall: Pesach Theme 5782
Motti Levy’s been driving for Egged since 1969, when access to the Kosel was still a newly won thrill
Penina Steinbruch
Eternal Wall: Pesach Theme 5782
We hope you can savor this offering as we pray for the time when the Kosel will again be not a final destination, but a gateway to Hashem’s presence on earth
Nomee Shaingarten and Shoshana Friedman
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If we turn ourselves over to ratzon Hashem, we don’t have to worry

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In Modim, we bow in thanksgiving for all the good Hashem continuously does for us

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Rav Hirsch’s insight directs us in celebrating our children’s entry into “ol mitzvos”

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