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Miriam Bodner
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Zissy Herbst
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Malky Cope
Forever Grateful
A seudas hoda’ah is a celebration of gratitude on the anniversary of your personal miracle
Mishpacha Contributors
Forever Grateful
Within minutes, the room was filled with more doctors and nurses — but no one knew how to proceed
Faige Kramer
The Struggle Is the Goal
We each have our own private quests, those goals we tried — or keep trying — to achieve. As we struggle and strive, the process becomes its own destination
Ahuva Holzer
The Struggle Is the Goal
We each have our own private quests, those goals we tried — or keep trying — to achieve. As we struggle and strive, the process becomes its own destination
Yosef Zoimen
Next in Line
"I don’t want to waste my time trying to copy Abba, I’d rather develop according to my own abilities"
Riki Goldstein
Next in Line
"I inherited some of the passion and I am outspoken, but regretfully, not the same degree of tact"
Riki Goldstein
Teen Feature
Teens' insights on what works, what doesn’t, and how they find and create inspiration in daily life
Bashie Lisker
Teen Feature
We sat down with a few principals from various schools to hear about the ins and outs of their job
Bashie Lisker
Money Mindset
If you’ve followed our column, you know that it’s not about the budget. We take a completely unique approach to looking at money
Shterna Lazaroff
Money Mindset
“I live pretty free right now. Because I don’t know what’s happening, I don’t worry about it. And it all works out in the end”
Shterna Lazaroff
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My older sisters were all still doing the pizza bar and kumzitz. It might have been simple but there was nothing like good old-fashioned fun

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“I… I… This is just hobby. A little job on the side,” I say. A side job I started because I don’t have friends like Dini Harris

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There was not an inch of private space where one could avoid the prying eyes of two nine-year-olds with a complete inability to keep a secret

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Sara Leah Steinberg. My neighbor. But never my friend

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“A co-counselor? For Lots of Light? It’s the most-the-rocking-special needs camp, even if the rules are absolutely nuts!”

By S. Scharf