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Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz
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Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz
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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz
Theme Section: Wandering Jews
My parents had survived the Holocaust, but Communism in Hungary was a noose around our necks. Would that small crack during the uprising be the window for our escape?
Riki Goldstein
Theme Section: Wandering Jews
Modern exiles of an ancient people: Four personal accounts of those seeking safer ground
Rachel Bachrach
#In A Word
The strong trees protruding through the snow and the sun shining through the shadows are a reminder to me that Hashem always provides us with strength and warmth in the coldness of life
Mishpacha Contributors
#In A Word
If I had to describe the atmosphere at this dinner in Wiesenthal's honor, I would say it was this overwhelming sense of “we have won”
Mishpacha Contributors
Point of View
Pesach brings a unique opportunity to take a deeper look at what our eyes are actually seeing
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Point of View
The purpose of a succah is to curb the harmful influences that come with the joy of accumulating property
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Counterpoint
“If we educate parents about emotional awareness and availability at home, we can strengthen children from their core before any part of the system is able to hurt them”
Allison Josephs
Counterpoint
Allison Josephs’s piece, “Healing from Within,” about the correlation between OTD kids and emotional neglect, is still drawing significant and impassioned feedback
Mishpacha Readers
Top 5
In honor of Shavuos, my top five
Ahron Cohn
Top 5
"This historically themed but very relevant train adventure puts you in the shoes of a shtetl Yid seeking a shidduch!"
Ahron Cohn
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