The Gift of Forgiveness
My mother asked me to give Mindy my bag of sweets, but I adamantly refused

By Rabbi Yosef Sorotzkin

The Gift of Forgiveness
“Mr. Goldberg, I’m sorry, but you broke our agreement. We cannot have you back anymore”

By Malkie Schulman

The Gift of Forgiveness
On one of my last days at the company, I was shocked when Jack approached me and shook my hand

By Dovid Green

The Moment
Every moment, every decision and every step counts

By Mishpacha Staff

The Moment
"We can only laud and thank Hashem for this"

By Mishpacha Staff

The Lens
At a bris this week, I had the opportunity to capture it

By Avraham Elbaz

One thing, though, was clear: It was Rav Ze’ev’s radiant face and rabbinic dignity that brought that salute again and again

By Gedalia Guttentag

Light Years Away
I’ve stopped thinking about it. They’ll manage. Somehow, something, someone. I don’t know

By Ruti Kepler

For the Record
"Popular fancy created around him a halo of miraculous deeds"

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

Family First Feature
On this holiest of days, the Kohein Gadol entered the holiest of places — and changed worlds

By Gitty Meirovitz

Shul with a View
Suddenly, the train felt quite roomy, and the air did not feel stuffy at all

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Silent Heroes
"Yes, it’s all true, and this is what makes yeshivah cooks heroes. But Zev is the leader of them all”

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

The central message of Elul and the Ten Days of Repentance is that He is on our team

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Freeze Frame
Write a note to yourself that reminds you of who you once were or wanted to be

By Russy Tendler