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Viral Growth
Two years later, those Covid-inspired kabbalos and resolutions are still keeping us going. Eight personal accounts
Esty Heller
Viral Growth
Two years later, those Covid-inspired kabbalos and resolutions are still keeping us going. Eight personal accounts
Eytan Kobre
Between Brothers
The Lev Simcha era could be called a period of consolidation
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Between Brothers
The story of the oldest and youngest children of the Netziv, Rav Chaim Berlin and Rav Meir (Berlin) Bar-Ilan
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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
Every Soul a World
Just as Moshe Rabeinu’s birthday and Yahrzeit are on the same day, so, too, Rabbi Dahan was decreed to be taken from us on his birthday. One year since his passing
Penina Steinbruch
Every Soul a World
“Yakov, in his short life in This World, succeeded in becoming a walking kiddush Hashem”
Ariella Schiller
Hindsight Is 2020
A sampling of how various Jewish institutions creatively wove Chanukah into their fundraising drives Title: Chanukah Gelt Location: New York and beyond Document: Assorted fliers Time: 1950s and ’60s Rich in metaphor and symbolism, the holiday of Chanukah has traditionally lent itself well to fundraising. With all its attendant discussion of spreading the light, making
Chanie Nayman and Michal Frischman
Hindsight Is 2020
This dual focus — on Torah growth, and maintaining Jews’ last Jewish connection — is one that kiruv organizations should embrace
Gedalia Guttentag
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