#In A Word
The strong trees protruding through the snow and the sun shining through the shadows are a reminder to me that Hashem always provides us with strength and warmth in the coldness o ...

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
If I had to describe the atmosphere at this dinner in Wiesenthal's honor, I would say it was this overwhelming sense of “we have won”

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
On that snowy night, I made my way from Flatbush to Boro Park on foot, looking for that scene holding a story. On 14th Avenue, at around 8 p.m., I found it

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
Imagine my shock when I found out that this Yid, this pillar of fire, had come to one of my concerts — then another

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
Once I discovered my Maker, I went to my own backyard to learn how to create and deepen my relationship with Him

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
These two witnesses to history sat silently, hearing an enduring cry, a timeless call, to an Eternal G-d

By Mishpacha Contributors

#In A Word
In 1988, Rav Beck was invited to Melbourne, where he served the community faithfully for three decades as a force of authority and unity

By Mishpacha Contributors

Recipes
A classic Pesach snack to add to your family's repertoire.

By Esther Ottensosser

Know This

By Bracha Stein

True Colors
I dread when people want to play Jewish geography. I know, I know. That “game” is like a national pastime in Klal Yisrael. But for me, it’s guaranteed to make me a loser

By Malka Winner

Calligraphy
And then I froze and my mind went blank and this crazy overwhelming feeling came over me and I started to cry and so did she

By Rikki Ehrlich

Calligraphy
Her parents had picked up on that early in the shidduch process — every neighbor, every relative, every rebbi or roommate seemed to get a light in their eye when asked about Ch ...

By Blimi Rabinowitz

5 out of 10
How we see other Jews and ourselves

By Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin