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Parshah
If Hashem says, “Don’t go,” then there’s no mitzvah to go
Faigy Peritzman
Parshah
We’re held responsible for living a happy life amid the bounty that the world provides
Faigy Peritzman
Care to Join
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
Care to Join
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
On the House
“I... how often are you thinking of hosting events like these? I mean, they’re wonderful, and they do bring in business, it’s just... whatever”
Faigy Schonfeld
On the House
She had so many ideas, so much passion — and she was going to funnel it all into a random project that meant nothing to anybody
Faigy Schonfeld
DMCs
Sometimes, it just feels like I live with a monster. A monster called perfectionism
Devorah Grant
DMCs
It did help that it had a name, I suppose, so we knew what we were up against. But I still felt pretty miserable
Devorah Grant
D-Day for MAGA
A short tour through some of the conflicts that have defined Trumpworld
Gedalia Guttentag
D-Day for MAGA
How will next Tuesday’s result affect these treaties? What will become of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? For some predictions, we turned to two former Israeli ambassadors to Washington, Michael Oren and Danny Ayalon
Omri Nahmias
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