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Around the World in Eight Weeks

Meira Feinman

A vacation in your living room! Each week this summer, Mishpacha Junior will take you on a virtual tour of interesting places around the world. This Week:Islands

 

On the Job: Fiveish

Barbara Bensoussan

Should you happen to see a six-foot-tall, five-dollar bill strolling down the main street of your neighborhood, don’t be alarmed! It’s only Fiveish, the irrepressible mascot and “spokesperson” for Oorah. (Oorah is an organization that works to bring nonreligious Jews closer to Torah and mitzvos.) “Fiveish” gets his name from the famous Oorah Chinese auction, where every ticket costs only five dollars.

 

Zeidy Zakon: Under the Ground

Rabbi Nachman and Miriam Zakon

Let’s go underground! It’s time to explore a very special tunnel with Zeidy Zakon.



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What Are You Fighting For?
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Baking Up a Storm
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More or Less
Eytan Kobre Hunger for materialism. Fueled from without or within?
Meeting the Baal Shem Tov in 2018: Last Installment
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A Priest, a Dog, and a Baseball Player
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Not the Eretz Yisrael Blues
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Collaboration Always Makes It Better
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The Language Everyone Understands
Riki Goldstein Connected through the universal medium of music
The Song I Can’t Stop Singing
Riki Goldstein “Let’s make Kiddush over the whole world”
Pick Your Tune
Riki Goldstein How do you like to sing Lecha Dodi?
Turnaround Time
Faigy Peritzman One truly content with his position won’t feel jealous
The Nice Things in Life
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Niceties gain cooperation while cementing relationships
See the Source
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz This message, so elementary, is challenging to maintain