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The Real Me
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
Ruchy Bromberg
Counterpoint
Are our schools equipped to deal with the challenge of gifted children?
Counterpoint
Acknowledging the limits of hasbarah, easing up on the desperation and our quest to convince the moral-equivalencers
Aron Yitzchok Grossman
A Stone’s Throw
“Something happened today and I need your advice. Would I be able to come over to your house and show you something?”
Faigy Gold
A Stone’s Throw
As I passed, I nodded hello and even ventured a “Chodesh tov.” He looked at me, and suddenly held up his hand. The whole line stopped
Faigy Gold
Fruits of Kindness
A bus ticket, a care package, a haircut — the items were small, the caring behind them enormous. A small seed sprouted and grew tall. Twenty readers share acts of giving
Family First Readers
Milestones
The murmured words of Yizkor echo in the upper worlds
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
Milestones
At the moment of death, a soul is born
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
C is for Courage
Almost four years have passed. Almost four years since that hot summer day when I was diagnosed with cancer. Who would’ve thought that cancer would be the best thing that happened to me?
Esty Bloom
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My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.

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