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Heaven-Sent: Pesach Theme 5783
This Yom Tov, when Eliyahu HaNavi visits every household, we share a collection of first-person encounters, tales of miraculous intervention by a mysterious figure
Rachel Bachrach
A Promise Kept
My companions  — along with the bag I was counting on to keep us alive — vanished in the chaos
Yael Schuster
A Promise Kept
We’d created a haven for them to unburden their hearts, and sent them away with the sweetness of home cooking
Millie Samson
Nightmare Come True
A day of rejoicing and unity, when families celebrate their shared heritage, became a day of horrific loss and unfathomable mourning
Mishpacha Contributors
Nightmare Come True
Will we succeed in landing a decisive blow against our enemies, and what would an ultimate victory in Gaza look like? Three former National Security Council advisors, and former UN Ambassador Danny Danon, share their views
Binyamin Rose
To Be Honest
Let’s start with the most basic question: Does the age of a therapist really matter?
Sarah Rivkah Kohn
To Be Honest
Is vulnerability a virtue — or a means to manipulate a fan base?
Sima Schon
A Healthier You
Some different types of stomach pain and how you might be able to recognize, treat, or prevent them
Chaya Rosen
A Healthier You
When the force of a blow or fall is strong enough, the brain bangs against the skull, and this can cause injury to the brain
Chaya Rosen
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You might know us as “Eskimos,” but we call ourselves “Inuit,” which means “people” in our Inuktitut language

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“This is over 2,000 years old!” he whispers. “This could be the find of the century!”

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Some of the weirdest worldwide laws that still exist today

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