A Gift Passed Along
When I took this photo, I wasn’t covering an event; I was part of the crowd davening

By Moshe Wulliger

A Gift Passed Along
Mr. Reifman was an “alter Europa’esha Yid,” who had learned to lein in his hometown shtetl in Europe

By Uri Benjamin

A Gift Passed Along
A tangible link between lofty generations engaged in the same enduring dance between Heaven and earth

By Rabbi Mattis Goldberg

A Gift Passed Along
He was my principal; he was also my ally and my cheerleader and one of the only people who took an odd little girl, dreamy but fierce, and tended to her

By Leah Gebber

A Gift Passed Along
If you took a moment and stepped inside, you were quickly overcome by the smell of dust, of pages, of history, of life itself

By Nachman Hellman

A Gift Passed Along
They know it’s the prelude to a busy 24 hours that begins with water

By Baruch Ya'ari

A Gift Passed Along
I found out that fiction can transport, uplift, and connect you to something bigger then yourself

By Rachael Lavon

A Gift Passed Along
I printed that email in full and laminated it, and it hangs on my fridge to this day

By YY Schochet

Editor's Letter
What is that elusive value, principle, legacy you hope to transmit?

By Shoshana Friedman

A Promise Kept
My companions  — along with the bag I was counting on to keep us alive — vanished in the chaos

By Yael Schuster

Why I Do What I Do
No longer would I be a businessman who squeezed in some medical consulting between meetings. From now on, I realized, I had to devote the bulk of my day to medical advocacy

By Sandy Eller

A Gift Passed Along
But that wasn’t all: next Rav Yaakov Meir spoke of the heart — the Yiddishe heart! 

By Avraham Elbaz

Magazine Feature
What exactly happened to the grapes and wines described in Tanach, Mishnah, and Gemara? The quest to decant new wines from ancient grapes

By Gershon Burstyn

It’s walking through the sea while G-d turns the world upside down, it’s shaking in awe of His power to upend the natural order and create a nation

By Rachael Lavon