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Fiction Corner
For a fleeting moment, I thought I saw a glint of compunction in her eyes, but if I did, it was gone as soon as it came
Sara Pachter
Fiction Corner
“We’re going to be friends for always. We’ll stay in touch. I’ll be there at your wedding and you’ll be there at mine”
Aryeh Ehrlich
Friendship Fix
I don’t judge or view myself against others — except when I interact with Tova
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Friendship Fix
Dear Neighbor, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for allowing your daughter to play in our house. Although we have a lovely home with kind people, responsible supervision, good snacks, and fun games, some are uncomfortable sending their kids here. Not that anyone has told me so straight-out, but I can tell.
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Real Life
I, being a focused, consistent, persistent balabusta who knew exactly what was contained on one shelf in her house, brought down the fishbowl with much regret
Ellen Milstein
Real Life
When I heard people comment that their house was “such a mess,” I’d shrug inwardly. I couldn’t relate
Shoshana Lesser
I dare me
I apologize constantly. Can I stop?
Elisheva Appel
I dare me
I intend to make sure I don’t substitute reading about self-improvement for actually practicing it
Elisheva Appel
Personal Accounts
It may have been  a seemingly small act of kindness, but it took root and grew tall: 17 readers share stories of giving the pick-me-up
Family First Contributors
Personal Accounts
Dear Neighbor, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for allowing your daughter to play in our house. Although we have a lovely home with kind people, responsible supervision, good snacks, and fun games, some are uncomfortable sending their kids here. Not that anyone has told me so straight-out, but I can tell.
Faigy Peritzman
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