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Point of View
A frontal attack on the soul and spirit of young Jews in Eretz Yisrael

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Outlook
All he had to do was convince the electorate that he has the minimal emotional stability to be president: He failed. ...

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Text Messages
A toxic brew of dislike of the unlike and oftentimes, secular Jewish self-loathing and guilt, that goes beyond partisan po ...

By Eytan Kobre

Shul with a View
He had a big smile when he replied, “I’d love to.”

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Profiles
Rav Aryeh Finkel spent his entire life working on his connection to Hashem, and helping thousands of talmidim stretch them ...

By Rabbi Yehuda Heimowitz

Magazine Feature
Where Are You? ,Israeli stage-and-music celebrity Shuli Rand, now a Breslover chassid, takes his secular audiences along for ...

By Shlomi Gil

Magazine Feature
Zohar Nini knows what it’s like to pull someone out of a watery grave. Realizing life’s fragility transformed one of Is ...

By Chananel Shapiro

Personal Accounts
Sunshine and sea breezes. Ices next to the basketball court. Sweet, satisfying seasonal jobs. New discoveries only a heartbea ...

By Eytan Kobre and Leah Gebber and Nachum Segal and Rabbi Avraham Katz and Rebbetzin Debbie Greenblatt and Yaakov Rosenblatt

Magazine Feature
Her Destiny,Rebbetzin Shoshana Schechter, a”h, was a noted educator, dedicated mother, and gracious hostess, yet reverence for ...

By D. Fuchs

Whispers
I was confused, then relieved, and finally angry. Why had I lived for so long in fear of the unknown?,

By Shira Hart

Learning Curve
Suri begins treating a friend’s son, and suspects that the boy has autism. Aviva resents her husband’s overconcern for how ...

By Gila Arnold

Family Reflections
That’s when your child needs your love the most,

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

On Topic
All shidduch candidates were not created equal; what’s hard is getting past the clichés. How to ask — or answer — th ...

By Elisheva Appel

Fiction
“Just ignore them, Ellie. You’ve been a spectacle before — and you didn’t care back then, so why should you care now?”

By Rachael Lavon