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#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
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
Dream On
Whatever she ended up doing in life, she’d do it as herself. If nothing else, she’d learned that this year in seminary
Gila Arnold
Dream On
Watching ZeeZee’s face crumple, Chava’s anger melted. ZeeZee had meant well. She’d just made her decisions from the perspective of an 18-year-old
Gila Arnold
2020 Election Special
Joe Biden has now confounded his doubters, making history as the oldest elected president with the first female Vice President
Binyamin Rose
2020 Election Special
The new cadre of journalists was a little less focused on accuracy and a little more into likes and retweets
Yisroel Besser
Outlook
The focus on eradicating COVID-19 is a subspecies of a particularly modern phenomenon called “safetyism” 
Yonoson Rosenblum
Outlook
What astounds is how the seeds of American Jewry’s demise were planted long ago
Yonoson Rosenblum
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Mourning famed Lubavitcher choizer Rav Yoel Kahn

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As the trusted physician of rebbes and gedolim, Dr. Eliyahu Schussheim brought his emunah into the world of healing and beyond

By Sarah Pardes

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Rabbi Yitzchok Lowenbraun, or Reb Itchie as he was affectionately called, wasn’t just a rebbi for his students — he was a father. He and his wife, Rebbetzin Miriam Lowenbraun a”h, changed the lives of hundreds, if not thousands, of public school youth and their families

By Gavriel Horan