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Voice of Faith

Riki Goldstein

When the disease continued to progress, Rav Segal pronounced: “Your avodah now is to be mekabel b’ahavah.” His words became the Wagschal credo

 

At Home on the Road

C. Rosenberg

Shachne Arye and Naomi Rowner took their family of nine over nine state lines, through national parks, discovering Jewish communities on an unforgettable RV escapade

 

Aim for the Stars

Bracha Stein

A wiry girl in front spoke up. “We’re not even leaving the Tristate area? You said we were going cross-country!”

 

Map the Starlight: Chapter 6

Leah Gebber

“Hush. Hush, Aster. Look what I found.” Papa reaches under the map that he is working on and pulls out an old piece of paper

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 54

Gila Arnold

“You’ve always been Superwoman. You did everything yourself, and did it much better than I ever could. There was nothing you needed, nothing I could give you…”

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 13

Shoshana Schwartz

“Is anyone willing to share how they deal with difficult emotions? Or maybe I should say, to not deal with difficult emotions?” The silence grew loud

 

Lifetakes: Broken, Happy Families

Chedva Neuman

Ruchie’s parents are divorced. Her family consists of stepbrothers and half-sisters. She jokes how her family resembles the patriarchs: four mothers (almost) and three fathers



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With All Due Respect
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The honor of every human being
What We Lost
Yonoson Rosenblum A long view, a larger perspective
Reprobate Return
Eytan Kobre Loyalty to the true and the morally upright
My Own Gentle Giant
Jacob L. Freedman Finn smirked. “Do whatever you want, Dr. Israel”
Individually United
Faigy Peritzman Two contradictions classify the Korban Pesach as a chok
Hearing Problems
Sarah Chana Radcliffe In fight mode, you may hear attacks never said
An Equal Focus
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles Remaining true to our most authentic feminine selves
The Marketer, Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “I’m late, my work is late, I come to meetings late”
Dear Neighbor and Friend
Words Unspoken I know you’ve been given challenging kids