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Dov Haller
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The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.
Ruchy Bromberg
Send Them Off as Jews
“You know,” I tell them, “what’s important now is just being here.”
Rabbi Daniel Rose
Send Them Off as Jews
Facing the end of life — or even seeing that possibility in the distant future — can be a gift, for all sorts of reasons
Rabbi Daniel Rose
Nourish to Flourish
"So much of our beliefs are shaped by the people around us, the books we read, or the advertisements we see. We don’t even notice what an impact they have on us”
Bracha Kopstick
Side-by-Side
"N o way” Yudi Reimer said helping himself to an oversized piece of cake. “I cannot believe you did that.” Chana Leeba shrugged. “No big deal. It’s a conversation that someone had to have with him and Mommy doesn’t do confrontation.” “She’s an oldest it’s about time she acted like it” Nechamie whispered to her
Sina Mizrahi
Side-by-Side
I realized that I might need to understand how essential salting is before I give up on it.
Sina Mizrahi
For the Record
How savvy are you with Jewish history? Take our quiz HERE and you just might win!
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
For the Record
“Prohibition" created a difficult situation for American Jewry, who relied on wine for ritual practices such as Kiddush, Havdalah, bris milah, and weddings
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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“You’re looking at me like you recognize me from a picture hanging in the post office. Just say it already. What?” Rivky said.

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With Rivky at the hospital tending to her father, and no job, Chaim found himself visiting his mother for the third time in three weeks

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She’d forgotten many speeches she’d heard as a kallah, but she remembered this one, about how boys today were different, how they took vacation seriously

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