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Why I Do What I Do
Sandy Eller
Why I Do What I Do
Eliezer Shulman
Why I Do What I Do
Riki Goldstein
Why I Do What I Do
Barbara Bensoussan
Why I Do What I Do
Riki Goldstein
Point of View
Pesach brings a unique opportunity to take a deeper look at what our eyes are actually seeing
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Point of View
The purpose of a succah is to curb the harmful influences that come with the joy of accumulating property
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Musings
 Never a flatterer, Mom always told the truth. And so would I
Myrna Weinberger
Musings
The walls are too steep to climb, the stones too slippery to scale. The only thing that can possibly lift you is Him
Fay Glick
Jr. Feature Article
Let’s explore billboards — the funny, the sad (literally — it’s crying!), the brightest, noisiest, smelliest — and much, much more!
Rochel Burstyn
Jr. Feature Article
What is your shul like? Is it big? Is it small? Is it a basement with some folding chairs and tables or is it a great, big building with a high ceiling? Today we visit ten of the most amazing shuls in the world.
Rabbi Meir Goldberg
tastes like shabbos
She never involved herself in how much other people kept or followed — she loved and accepted them all the same, with no judgment
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
tastes like shabbos
“Reb Avraham, the zechus of supporting bereaved parents was promised to your Srulik’s neshamah. From the Six Days of Creation, this mitzvah has been waiting for you” Rabbi Avraham Kluger, founder of Chizku, support for bereaved families, Bnei Brak It was eight years ago, the Friday before Shivah Asar B’Tammuz, and several of my married
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
Five Random Questions
I think we’re all trying to be considerate of each other. As my father said, “We became such good friends!”
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Five Random Questions
"I love nature and beautiful scenery. The Alps are as un-NYC as you can get!"
Chaya Rosen