Editors Note
It can feel discouraging when you only look at where they are now; it’s easy to think, “Oh, I’ll never get there.”

By Alex Abel

 
Subtlety is a word that does not exist in Hebrew, by the way — not a coincidence

By Shoshana Segal

2.0 Feature
I actually think it’s going to get worse. This is the new normal, and I think that you need to educate yourselves

By Michal Frischman

2.0 Feature
When someone gives advice — on anything of importance — ask yourself: Who do they answer to? And what do they have to lose?

By Shoshana Segal

What You Need to Know
“What good is it having a belly if there’s no fire in it? Wake up, drink your passion, light a match, and get to work,”

By Jacob M. Engel

2.0 Feature
You’re not just depositing money, you’re depositing security, knowing every day that no matter what happens, your family will be taken care of.

By Shoshana Segal

2.0
Halacha hones in on the drone

By Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

2.0 Feature
There is no right way to be a woman, nor a right way to be an entrepreneur. It’s up to the way you define [success] for yourself.

By Lauren Seidman

Story Time
“Sun is god.” The man pointed upward at the blazing red orb in the clear sky. “You will learn to talk and also to worship”

By Y. Bromberg

Win or Lose
"Why do you look so upset? You look like someone who just lost a contest, not someone who won!”

By Chaim Finkelstein

Jr. Tales
I really did not feel bad waking her. But the rest of the bunk was mad at me, too

By Aidel Loeb

Connect Two
"There’s something else, though, that’s been niggling at me”

By D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer

The Rainbow Girl
She could handle fudge sundaes, but having a conversation here would be super-awkward. What if one of her friends turned up? What if Etty came in?

By Rochel (Grunewald) Samet

I read it for you
Each morning, Mr. Market knocks on the door and offers his stock at a different price.

By Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin