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Unlock Your Heart
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Unlock Your Heart
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Unlock Your Heart
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Unlock Your Heart
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Unlock Your Heart
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Risk Factor
"Freedom is earned. You’re the only person who can give it to yourself”
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
Risk Factor
“Every time I walk out, I’m trying to prove to myself that he doesn’t care if I leave"
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
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
Battle Cry
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
Elana Moskowitz
Battle Cry
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
Malkie Schulman
Seven Facts
The path to greatness runs through our mistakes   Barrier: Am I Angel or Sinner? I’d like to embrace the purity and holiness of Yom Kippur, but I’ve been through a Yom Kippur every single year, and I’m never very different at the end of it. We’re told the day itself brings us to a
Devorah Weiss
Family Connections
Convey acceptance by noting that they don’t have to enter into long uncomfortable conversations — they just need to be able to offer their name and age.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family Connections
You can’t make siblings like each other. However, you can enforce respectful behavior at home
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
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