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Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I’ve learned to ignore the doubters who say, “If others, smarter than you could not achieve this, why should you try?” I was involved in politics as far back as I can remember. I’d worked as a lobbyist and for several political campaigns, but
Brynie Greisman
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Today they’re household names, but it started with a leap of faith: “I’ve learned to ignore the doubters who say, “If others, smarter than you could not achieve this, why should you try?” I was involved in politics as far back as I can remember. I’d worked as a lobbyist and for several political campaigns, but
Naomi Nachman
Shul with a View
Suddenly, the train felt quite roomy, and the air did not feel stuffy at all
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
Shul with a View
"I want you to raise your hand, and I will call on you"
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
Text Messages
Rejection is strong medicine, even when by rights it must take place and the Torah itself prescribes it
Eytan Kobre
Guestlines
Why HaKadosh Baruch Hu uses succah as the litmus test to determine whether the nations of the world deserve reward
Chief Rabbi David Lau
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A chance to realize how much we need Him in every aspect of what we do
Shoshana Friedman
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The gadol advised us not to do the story. He knew Cuomo, he knew the price our community could pay
Shoshana Friedman
The Bigger Picture
The medics had returned to Meron and were sitting in a circle around 45 candles, processing their loss, their limits
Charlie Harary
The Bigger Picture
Let’s do what Yidden do, even now, even after, and after, and after again
Yisroel Besser
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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