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The Best: Music Collection
A new hit composition by Yisrael Meir Friedberg, featured on 'The Best' Music album in the Hebrew Mishpacha Succos Edition
The Best: Music Collection
A moving melody with powerful words, composed and sung by Noach Paley, featured on 'The Best' Music album in the Hebrew Mishpacha Succos Edition
Family Room
Setting a beautiful table can be a spiritual act and a concrete way to welcome Shabbos.
Shoshana Batya Greenwald
Family Room
Tips and techniques to freshen up an older home
Miri Lichtman
Business Casual
People are super careful with what they say when they know they are being recorded. It’s the same with email
Sarah Massry
Business Casual
“The way to deal with it is by being proactive and anticipating that stress is a part of the job description”
Sarah Massry
Moonwalk
I wonder if the path is as lonely as I’ve been imagining, after all
Rochel Samet
Moonwalk
Wait, since when do I joke about these things? What’s happening to me?
Rochel Samet
Power Plays
The human drama fueling Israel’s election story
Mishpacha Staff
Power Plays
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Shas has stormed back, jumping from nine to 11 seats in the elections 
Gedalia Guttentag
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Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “The mashgiach thought he was going to a factory, but there was the popper, on the kitchen table in our small apartment”

By Ephraim Schwinder

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 Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I do enjoy Jewish music, but really my love is for radio. There’s such a connection between host and listener”   

By Nachum Segal

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 Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “One by one, the shluchim rose and introduced themselves by name and location. This eventually evolved into the eagerly anticipated roll call at the banquet”

By Rabbi Lipa Brennan

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Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “These guys had so much energy and kavanah, so much warmth and spontaneity”

By Avraham Rosenblum

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Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I saw my chance and the Hashgachah. I reached out and asked if I could design the entire building

By Susan Strauss

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 Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I’d go over to one or two guys a night, introduce myself, and just say, ‘Hi, I’m a shadchan, can I help you?’ ”

By Rabbi Meir Levi