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Family Matters
He always thought of everything, so I didn’t have to. Now it was my job, and it was daunting
Joan Zlotnick
Family Matters
At a particular stage of my husband’s illness, it became clear that the shul we were attending no longer met our needs
Joan Zlotnick
Learning Curve
Aviva doesn’t show up to work for a few days, causing Suri to worry. Chavi tells Aviva’s mother that she’s been sick all week
Gila Arnold
Learning Curve
Hoping the peal hadn’t woken her children, she ran to the door. Standing on her doorstep were the last two people Yael would have expected to see
Gila Arnold
What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
Faigy Peritzman
What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
Cindy Scarr
Know This
As your child’s babysitter, I know a lot about you
Anonymous
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To me, one thing is clear: Kids who go off the derech are always in pain
Dina Cohen
Standing Ovation
"To me, the greatest honor I can give you is to sing to you one of my beloved niggunim”
Dovid Nachman Golding
Standing Ovation
In lieu of rent, Yossele would come up every Friday night and sing zemiros. My grandfather always said, “I got the better end of the deal” 
Dovid Nachman Golding
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Are our girls as well armed as Judge Ruchie Freier?

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Litigation attorneys often feel as if their lives are bounded by lines drawn between points in time — filing deadlines that is. Due to a recent failure concerning one such line lawyers at one major law firm may be having professional “near death” experiences. They collectively missed a strict deadline to appeal a $40 million patent

By Ron Coleman

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From the time the Jews in the Midbar arranged the doors of their tents to insure privacy thus bringing the Shechinah down among them the respect for privacy has been a Jewish value. Nearly a thousand years ago Rabbeinu Gershom issued a cherem prohibiting Jews from reading other people’s letters and other writings without permission.

By Ron Coleman