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Encounters
Me? On a horse? What was I thinking?
Leah Wachsler
Encounters
They learned with an intensity; they flew in the heavens above the desert. And finally Chaim knew why he had to come on the trip
Rivka Streicher
Fork in the Road
"We felt that the money was taken for granted, and it became an expectation, uncomfortably close to a demand" Do you give your kids an allowance and if so, how much? We tried it many years ago, when our kids were all young. It depended on their age, but the range was something like 50
Michal Frischman
Fork in the Road
"We felt that the money was taken for granted, and it became an expectation, uncomfortably close to a demand" Do you give your kids an allowance and if so, how much? We tried it many years ago, when our kids were all young. It depended on their age, but the range was something like 50
Rivki Rabinowitz
Pesach Made Peaceful
It’s not the food that makes memories, it’s the calm
Faigy Schonfeld
Pesach Made Peaceful
“When was the last time we ate a meal behind the dryer?”
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Kovna Rewrite
Stepping into the Moadon HaYehudi in Kaunas, Lithuania, feels like venturing up (down?) Penrose’s impossible staircase, stepping back in time while moving forward just the same. It’s been almost two years since we left, and we’re back as visiting lecturers.,Kovno Rewrite — Revisited,We’ve gone back in time in Lithuania
Esther Teichtal
Teen Fiction
When Kaila spoke, everyone listened. When Kaila smiled, everyone noticed
Miriam Bodner
Teen Fiction
I was comfortable with little, but I needed a job. Desperately
Raizy Friedman
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