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Shul of My Youth
Rabbi Paysach Krohn remembers the shul of his youth
Baila Rosenbaum
Shul of My Youth
For some reason my father chose to become a member at Dukes Place, and that was our shul
Riki Goldstein
Musings
I stand taller yet, flash a smile to 20 upturned faces. Sweet little ten-year-olds. I’ll miss you, girlies
Chavie Berg
Musings
“Getting a drink is okay. The fact that you are walking up the stairs wearing roller blades is what’s scaring me”
Peshie Needleman
Kashrus Alert: A Mashgiach's Travels
There are bunch of potential kashrus problems with eggs
Chaya Rosen
Kashrus Alert: A Mashgiach's Travels
A good mashgiach learns to trust his feelings. Hashem sends them, directly from Heaven
Chaya Rosen
Face to Face
We fall into the arms of the One Who understands us best
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Face to Face
Salvation sprouts from decline
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Quick Q
“I understand your pain in a way that many others never will”     To the Last One Standing, I remember speaking one night after yet another dating saga ended. There used to be five of us hanging out. Then one got engaged. There were four of us left, then three. Then there were two.
Quick Q
What happened to a trusted sibling or friend?
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