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Latest Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Mishpacha Contributors
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Mishpacha Contributors
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Mishpacha Contributors
Branding Together
Seeing Calmin’ Ground’s website finally going live was an incredibly rewarding experience for everyone involved
Sandy Eller
Branding Together
The transformation of the Lowensteins’ farm was really starting to take shape
Sandy Eller
Halachah
Halachos of fruits, vegetables, and all things grown
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Halachah
Shulchan Aruch rules that when one builds a home, he needs to leave a square amah (approx. 22 x 22 inches) in an unfinished state as a zeicher l’Churban
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
LifeLines
If you ever read any book about love languages, my mother’s picture should be on the opening of the chapter on gift giving
Mattie Weinberg
LifeLines
Fighting for our baby’s every breath, we gained just as much as we gave
C. Saphir
Halls of Power
Rule #8:  An advocate is only as strong as the voices he represents
Maury Litwack
Halls of Power
Rule #7: Political predictions are an inexact science
Maury Litwack
My COVID Hero
We asked you to introduce us to your COVID hero, one of those quiet individuals who moved heaven and earth to lighten your load during this very trying time
Mishpacha Readers
My COVID Hero
As we mark one year since the pandemic changed our lives, we asked you to introduce us to your COVID heroes
T.G.
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Rav Ovadiah always viewed Shas as a bridge between religious and secular forces in Israel

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“These sefarim are my fathers and teachers. When I was very young, I saved penny after penny so that I could purchase them. I went without bread to be able to buy another sefer for my home.”

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Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef

For Rav Ovadiah Yosef, Torah was a single consuming passion, dearer to him than his daily bread. Yet even as he rose to prominence as one of the generation’s premier gedolim and halachic arbiters, Rav Ovadiah achieved another mission. It was his calling to restore the glory of his ancestors’ tradition to its rightful place

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