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Eytan Kobre
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Personal Accounts
To enter the succah is to take shelter under His wings from all the storms, literal and figurative   Every Yom Tov is special, but there’s something different about Succos. It’s one of the three regalim, of course, along with Pesach and Shavuos, and like them, it is a remembrance of Yetzias Mitzrayim. But, as
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Personal Accounts
This year, this niggun was an anthem because we showed it. He’s always there for us, but this year, we were there for Him too.
Yisroel Besser
Medical Mysteries
All the tests came back clear—but something was very wrong
Faigy Peritzman
Medical Mysteries
What was behind my son’s attacks of agonizing pain?
Faigy Peritzman
News Feature
As selected hostages emerge from Gaza, joy mingles with dread
Avi Blum, ESQ and Binyamin Rose and Chananel Shapiro and Yaakov Lipszyc
News Feature
The Crown Heights riots, 30 years on
Yochonon Donn
Jr. Serial
She’s happier today. Probably ’cuz she spent the day with her friends, he thinks
Bashie Lisker
Jr. Serial
Kumzitz songs, slow songs, gratitude and yearning and chizuk and sweet, simple joy
Rochel Samet
A Face and A Place
Rebbe Gedalya Moshe was buried in one of the tiny graveyards in a corner of the city. Who knew of it’s power?
Hodayah Cohen
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Specific, Meaningful, Action-oriented, Realistic, and Time-bound

By Eytan Kobre

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Chazal teach that there are worthwhile spiritual insights to be gained from studying earthly kingship

By Eytan Kobre

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A wonderful program of Gemara study called Daf Hashovua 

By Eytan Kobre

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A quintessentially Jewish idea — that it can be a high honor to be a loser

By Eytan Kobre

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How can we earn a spot toward the beginning of the line past the Kisei Rachamim on the Day of Judgment?

By Eytan Kobre

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Something as simple as the landline phone kept the members of a family connected to each other

By Eytan Kobre