Join The Conversation With Mishpacha's Weekly Newsletter

The Greatest Privilege of All

Eliezer Shulman and Yair Stern

Rav Shmuel Auerbach was much more than a brilliant scholar with thousands of talmidim — he was also available to all the multifaceted residents of his neighborhood

 

What Sam Nunberg Really Thinks

Yisroel Besser

The young media consultant and political insider was embraced in Trump’s inner sanctum — until a storm hit and Sam Nunberg found himself on the outs

 

On Site: Guaranteed Returns

C. S. Teitelbaum

Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk declared that whoever comes to his gravesite won’t leave the world without doing teshuvah. On 21 Adar, thousands will relive the promise

 

Rose Report: Guns Blazing at CPAC

Binyamin Rose

Trump crowns himself the true conservative. Special coverage from the CPAC convention

 

Washington Wrap: Gun Control — Who’s Calling the Shots?

Omri Nahmias

If just last week, the establishment’s response to the horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida, was limited to “thoughts and prayers,” recent days have shown a certain change of direction

 

Metro&Beyond: New York Republicans Scramble for a Candidate

Jacob Kornbluh

No obvious GOP candidate to unseat struggling Cuomo

 

Inside Israel: Trouble on All Fronts

Eliezer Shulman

Touring Israel’s northern border reveals an IDF watchful and wary

 

Global View: The Man Likes His Press

Gershon Burstyn

Widening investigations show strongman Bibi as hungry for positive coverage

 

The Fiction Corner: You're on My List

Yehudit Freund

“He kept lists of talmidot whom he accepted after every other place closed its doors to them,” the speaker said, choked with tears

 

Normal Like Me: Chapter 34

Ruti Kepler

“If I were a friendly sort of guy who knew how to communicate, what would be the right thing for me to say now?”

 

Endnote: Simchas Hachaim and Dented Silver Pieces

Riki Goldstein

In many families affiliated with Maimonides, secular music is the norm — so why would the kids be so excited to sing along to “Aleh Katan” and “Forever One”?



MM217
 
#MyMishpacha Goes to Stamford, Connecticut
Adina Markowitz Win a free subscription!
Handed Over
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Moshe Rabbeinu was facing the ultimate test
Spiritual Tug of War
Yonoson Rosenblum Each neshamah knows what it needs
Wake-up Call
Eytan Kobre Of such basic, inherent gifts is happiness made
Pointing… at Ourselves
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik The great ones don’t place the blame on anyone else
All for a Good Cause
Mishpacha Contributors Is it really impossible to go back to the simpler way?
If It Can Happen to Kodak…
Yitzchok Saftlas, Shira Isenberg Branding tips for staying ahead of the pack
Blessed, Contented, Praiseworthy
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Fifteen little words: they contain an entire universe
Desperate Remedies
Jacob L. Freedman They were calm, but I was furious. This happened again?!
Even in the Valley of Death
Riki Goldstein “Listen to me sing. Perhaps you will change your mind”
If Shoes Could Talk
Riki Goldstein “We are the shoes, we are the last witnesses”
Will Geulah Finally Win?
Riki Goldstein Geulah versus Galus: color war during the Nine Days
Top Specialist
Faigy Peritzman As Dovid Hamelech said, “I believed because I spoke”
In My Space
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Let your spouse make mistakes — and see the payoffs
Second Nature
Rebbetzin Suri Gibber In order to change, you need to act
The Detective: Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “It just showed me that his behavior is not normal”
Know This: Adoption
Nechami Levi Why would adoption work for us when nothing else had?