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What Trump and Bibi Left Unsaid

Binyamin Rose

At Historic First Meeting, Words Unspoken Speak Loudest

America First, the Middle East Can Wait

Omri Nahmias, Washington, D.C.

Netanyahu Accomplishes Objectives, Even Before Setting Foot in Washington

Take 5: Christine Comaford

Shira Isenberg

Neuroscience-Based Executive Coach Helps Leaders Capitalize on Growth

“The year my daughter was in eighth grade, there were unfortunately three yesomos and one girl from a divorced home. If the mothers all sat with their daughters, these girls would feel very awkward and hurt. The school decided on a new policy: mothers would sit with mothers and daughters would sit with each other. Kudos to the wonderful mechanchim who are attuned to such sensitive situations in Klal Yisrael.”

C. Jaroslawicz

GuestLines (“Do We Care Enough?”) / Mishpacha, Issue 647
“I have a couple of children with social/communication difficulties and Connect Two has been tremendously helpful in explaining symptoms and treatments in an enjoyable, concise way. This week’s discussion on language processing really resonated. One of my sons has gotten in trouble for similar types of responses to rebbeim, when he didn’t mean to be chutzpadig, he simply reacted literally.”

Chaya Jacobs

Connect Two / Family First, Issue 530

Upside Down!

By Rochel Burstyn

Are you dizzy? I mean, are you ready? Rosh Chodesh Adar’s in the air and you know what that means… it’s time to look at things from a different, more fun, perspective! How about in, say, an upside-down way? Or, better yet, we could stay right-side up and just check out everything that’s upside down!

History Rewritten

Malky Cope

We needed some classes just to chill and Mrs. Braun was the sort of teacher we could take advantage of

Piece Talks
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The Big Plan being woven from behind the scenes
Never Too Late
Yonoson Rosenblum Shouldn’t Torah Jews be smarter than this?
Credit Where Due
Eytan Kobre The value of “prudence, principle, and public health”
Dead or Alive?
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik Do we content ourselves with superficiality?
Acceptance Speech
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “I just wish people would have accepted me”
Looks Can Deceive
Faigy Peritzman Don’t be fooled by appearances — your own or others’
Taxed to the Limit
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Times of crisis call for special doses of self-care
The Codebreakers, Part II
D. Himy & Zivia Reischer Even English is Chinese to Tully
Being “Realistic”
Sara Eisemann Are her expectations in shidduchim realistic?
Dear Former Teachers
Words Unspoken We learned the hard way what you didn’t teach us