Magazine Feature
Millions of people are color-blind, but it’s not always easy. What is life like when you can’t see colors normally?

By Jennifer Tzivia MacLeod

Jolly Solly
“These are no bulls,” declared Faivish airily. “Look, I’ll prove it to you. I’ll wave a red rag at them, and you’ll see they won’t do a thing”

By R. Atkins

Story Time
Families were running out of food to eat and businessmen were losing a tremendous amount of money each day. Something had to be done, but what?

By Yehuda Bromberg

“Meir!” Abba’s voice shatters my concentration. I blink and look around in confusion. “Meir,” he whispers, “It’s your turn to speak. Go to the stand.”

By Tovy Mann

Teen Fiction
I wasn’t mean. I just didn’t go out of my way to be nice. The truth was that they made me somewhat nervous

By N. Brunner

Bricks and Ladders
As I step over the threshold into my new classroom, I’m certain I’ve just altered my life forever. I just don’t know if it’s for better or worse

By Ariella Schiller

Washington Wrap
“Ultimate deal” still alive, but will it see the light of day?

By Omri Nahmias

Know This
Hashem gives the precise koach to get through each day

By Margie Pensak

A clearer consciousness of our beginning and our end

By Rebbetzin Debbie Greenblatt

Family Reflections
Learning to accept criticism strengthens relationships

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

The benefits that the poor bestow upon the rich

By Faigy Peritzman

It’s a boring place for a kid, but my kids are always begging to come to work with me. They know about “Mommy’s snack drawer”

By Esther Novak