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Already by Birchos haShachar I’ve remembered eight urgent things to do
Esther Sender
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Somehow, between labor and delivery, I’d learned that Nava is extremely left-wing secular. Now I commented, “Whoa, it must be really hard to work here in a snowstorm”
Leah Greene
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I checked the time. By now, my husband should have taken off. I dialed his number anyway. Of course, his phone was off
Leah Greene
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"I don’t want to waste my time trying to copy Abba, I’d rather develop according to my own abilities"
Riki Goldstein
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"I inherited some of the passion and I am outspoken, but regretfully, not the same degree of tact"
Riki Goldstein
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Trust yourself more than any test you’ll ever take – you’re the world expert on YOU!
Shaina Keren
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Chaya rethinks her assessment of what an ideal workplace looks like
Leah Greenburg
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
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“Yakov, in his short life in This World, succeeded in becoming a walking kiddush Hashem”
Ariella Schiller
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Avreimi ztz”l could not have emerged from any other nation. (Perhaps not from any other family, either)

By Rav Yitzchok Berkovits

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Whenever I had an important decision to make, from naming my babies to making their weddings, I consulted with Rav Dovid

By Rabbi Chaim Finkelstein

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Rav Aharon Chodosh embodied the spirit of Slabodka, yet he was a mashgiach for a new generation. His passing last week marks the end of an era – a great rav schooled in the historic yeshivah tradition who understood the soul of his American boys

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks had a bewildering array of titles, but his greatest title of all was Rabbi — because more than anything, he shared the Divine light of Torah with the world

By Rabbi Warren Goldstein

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Rav Shlomo Hoffman spent the better part of a century uncovering the layers of the neshamah and left his tools as a gift to the world

By Menachem Pines

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He taught me a way of life and how to view struggles and challenges, and that even in the face of obvious and overwhelming hardship, there’s always a positive to be found

By Laizer Kestenbaum