Bedrock of Belief
Knowing Hashem’s omniscience shapes our relationship

By Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz

After her last child moved away, Ruth Pinkenson Feldman became a “Green Bubbie” to the neighborhood children — sharing her ...

By Barbara Bensoussan

You’d think a girl would at least try to pretend she’s sweet and wonderful when talking to a shadchan, but Bracha’s ...

By Esther Neiman

I know most siblings argue and even fight at least at some point in their lives, but I can’t imagine they do it ...

By Miriam Klein Adelman

My speech was slow and slurred, and the midwife just patted my arm kindly, pitifully, and said it’s okay. Only it wa ...

By Miriam Schweid

Learning Curve
Aviva mentions that they’re looking for a secretary, and her husband, whose own business is lackluster, offers to take on ...

By Gila Arnold

Free Fall
Despite both their fathers’ reservations, Abe and Annie separately come to the decision to meet each other.,

By Miriam Stark Zakon

Family Diary
I appreciated the gift: it was a great way to get my husband to listen to the shiurim without seeming like a nagg ...

By Leiba Mozes

On Topic
Thousands of unnecessary medical procedures and surgeries are performed yearly — are you getting one of them? Here are the ...

By Malkie Schulman

His Way ,We pray, yet Hashem is saying, wait a bit longer,

By Miriam Aflalo

Family Reflections
Children will only follow if they vote you

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Point of View
We came to the funeral of Esti Weinstein z”l in order to see her evil, coldhearted family, and we ended up seeing ...

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Shul with a View
“We’ve never met before, but this is strange…”,Meeting Expectations,“I know you’re from Israel and we’ve never met before, bu ...

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

In one of the last interviews before his passing, Elie Wiesel shared his own tortured reflections.

By Barbara Bensoussan