How can you express, in concrete media, the longing of a soul for its Creator? This is the question that occupies artist Orit Martin

By Leah Gebber

We don’t inherit the crown of Torah, we earn it

By Faigy Peritzman

Family Reflections
Does human imperfection prevent unconditional love?

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Map the Starlight
The apples give him courage. He tucks them into a pocket on the inside of his cassock and grips the rope ladder with both hands

By Leah Gebber

Change of Heart
“I feel pretty good,” I lied. “I’m just getting a headache.” A headache was nothing, I hadn’t eaten, I was stressed, I don’t even know why I said it

By Leora Hammer

Real Life
Perhaps they’ll think she got in through a window.… Perhaps they won’t notice she slept at home. Perhaps… they’ll think ...

By Zahava Goldstein

My parents were very gentle: “It’s great that you love it, but maybe you can find something else you love that has a practical application?”

By Elisheva Appel


By Adina Soclof

Normal Like Me
How did Sara’le always manage to spoil everything? And in such original ways

By Ruti Kepler

We all want to be perfect already

By Rebbetzin Suri Gibber

“I don’t know why being an artist means being flighty. You give artists a good name, that mother just abuses the stereotype”

By Esther Kurtz

Little boys at bedtime get happy endings. “And the president gave him one.” I was about to start the explanation when ...

By Zivia Reischer

Although “auto mechanic” isn’t usually on the top of the list of professions for frum men, an honest, G-d-fearing mechanic is in fact a blessing

By Gavriel Horan

Off the Couch
“Right here with my family and my sheep”

By Jacob L. Freedman MD