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A Summer Well Spent
"To see how 'I' and 'me' are just ways to say ‘us' and 'we'; to expand yourself to include others"
Yosef Herz
A Summer Well Spent
"It was all part of being there, showing the unaffiliated that bnei Torah can be fun, normal, and serious about Yiddishkeit at the same time"
Yosef Herz
Sound Bites
With wisdom, humor, and a passion to help his contemporaries, he’s embarked on a mission to help other zaidies make the most of the time they have in the best years of their lives
Chaia Frishman
Sound Bites
I remember that feeling of drowning after I had my second baby in Israel, 14 months after my first. I didn’t want anyone else to experience that helpless feeling
Chaia Frishman
Calligraphy: Pesach 5784
I was the stereotypical newlywed, setting up my best friend with my husband’s kid brother
Esty Heller
Calligraphy: Pesach 5784
Ninth-grade bochurim would huddle in a corner, daring each other to make the plunge and ask Mordy a question
Shmuel Botnick
Split
People expected me to have a holy perspective about our children’s conditions from the beginning
Musia Slavin
Split
At nine days old — an incredibly young age for a child with both a cleft lip and a cleft palate! — they weaned Tali off the feeding tube
Musia Slavin
To the Letter
As we know in so many areas in Judaism, the end is really just the beginning of something new, something greater
Mindel Kassorla and Cindy Landesman