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On Site
Sharon Gelbach
Shul with a View
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
True Account
Sandy Eller
Second Thoughts
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
True Account
Yaakov Wasilewicz
Normal
Mimi feels a twinge of — what is it? Pity? Protectiveness? Caring? — for her sister
Rochel Samet
Normal
“If I would have accepted your invitation to stay overnight,” Kayla asks with interest, “where would I have slept?”
Rochel Samet
Kovna Rewrite
Stepping into the Moadon HaYehudi in Kaunas, Lithuania, feels like venturing up (down?) Penrose’s impossible staircase, stepping back in time while moving forward just the same. It’s been almost two years since we left, and we’re back as visiting lecturers.,Kovno Rewrite — Revisited,We’ve gone back in time in Lithuania
Esther Teichtal
Battle Cry
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
Elana Moskowitz
Battle Cry
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
Malkie Schulman
Anchors
         When my mother said goodbye, I knew she was making the biggest sacrifice of all I was 15 when I left behind everything I knew growing up in Poland, and came to America to learn Torah. When my mother said goodbye, I knew she was making the biggest sacrifice of all
FamilyTable Contributors
The Last Flask
And then they found it — the last flask, the small bottle that would enable them to start anew. 12 writers share the last flask that lit up their own lives rattle of hope
Family First Contributors
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True Account

I was the star of the cutest shidduch story — until it all came crashing down

By C. Saphir

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While sitting quietly in the back, I learned more about what kavod haTorah means than I had gleaned the entire Shabbos

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Second Thoughts

So much for shibboleths like “democracy” and “voice of the people”

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman