Elul is knocking, will we open the door?

By Miriam Aflalo

Family Reflections
The fine line between punishment and discipline,

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

All jumbled up with borer

By Rabbi Doniel Neustadt

A mother must first work on peace inside herself,

By Rebbetzin Shira Smiles

Personal Accounts
Five women — a skipper, a mathematics professor, a biomedical researcher, a house painter, and a mortgage broker — on b ...

By Esther Teichtal and Shalvi Waldman and Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Magazine Feature
I’ve lost patience because I’ve allowed the Internet to become a central feature in my life. There, I said it. It’s ...

By Atira Rappaport

How did I know I really had Marfan’s? Could it be I didn’t even own the suitcase of stuff I’d been carrying aroun ...

By Shira Hart

Table Talk
Today, both parents and educators pursue special services. But costs can be astronomical, and the process confusing and frustrating. That’s where Leah Steinberg comes in.

By Malky Lowinger

Family Tempo
Miss Reiner explains that Planning is what Real Authors do before they write, and Good Writers make a plan for their ...

By Rachelli Saffir

Learning Curve
Aviva’s mother surprises her with a visit. When the facilitator of Suri’s social groups for the elderly cancels at the ...

By Gila Arnold

Jewish Geography
What Trump and Clinton can learn from Ike Eisenhower

By Binyamin Rose

Shul with a View
Weight is painful enough; why add to the agony?

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Abraham Leib Berenstein was living a glamorous life, jetting around the world as a ski instructor and movie stuntman, unti ...

By Barbara Bensoussan

Jewish Geography
Not Hamas,It isn’t that Israeli Arabs have become Zionists, but most have become realistic, realizing that Israel is now ...

By Ariel Ben Solomon