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Y. Bromberg
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Secrets Revealed
While we hold our secrets close to our hearts, sometimes they slip out. Five stories
Miriam Klein Adelman
Secrets Revealed
While we hold our secrets close to our hearts, sometimes they slip out. Five stories
Gitel Moses
the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Zivia Reischer
the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Riki Goldstein
If Only You Knew
"There’s a conception out there that policemen walk around shooting wantonly. In my experience and training, that’s hardly the truth"
Chaya Inselburg
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
Communities
A historic dedication heralds new hope for Budapest’s Jews
Gershon Burstyn
Dreamscapes
Could I create a library to serve as my son’s living legacy?
Elisheva Appel
Dreamscapes
Although the world of psychology has made huge strides, I was concerned that we, as kallah teachers, hadn’t yet caught up
Elisheva Appel
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“Well?” Decimus rolled his eyes. “Should I be excited? Or will you just be wasting my time?”

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He gasped in surprise. There was nothing in the chest except a large sheave of grey and green stalks

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“Come now, you fearful things, don’t look so terrorized. Did I say I would be dismissing anyone today?”

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Such were the games of the Roman political system. Lies, not truth, triumphed

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“Am I a common criminal now? Has my duty to the king and the king’s noblemen been all but forgotten?”

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