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Some people come up with great ideas that end up snowballing… turning into a movement that affects other people in their community, their city, even their country
I didn’t mean to eavesdrop, but I did, and I heard something I probably shouldn’t have. They were talking about me.
“I know kids don’t think riding with a helmet is cool,” Mr. Lewis said, his big eyes flickering in David’s direction. “But it saved my life once… Look at this, kid.”
I constantly have to remind myself that Avi is just 14 and was once a regular, popular kid with barely a care in the world
The Neimans give each other chizuk while waiting for Mommy’s return
Our history is not something I’m proud of, to say the least. We were the modern-day story of Yaakov and Eisav, the stereotypical tale of two sisters shadowed by a long history of enmity
What had happened to their easy banter, that intuitive understanding of each other they used to have? Adina felt panicked. Was it gone forever?
I have moved my thoughts toward last year, to our very last conversation, the conversation where we were supposed to “clear things up”
Detectives and private investigators aren’t just fictional characters. Private investigator David J. Cohen tells us about his job and what a private investigator really does
The hot oil splashed into the air. SIZZLE! Droplets scattered all over the place. Rafi ran for his life
Shloima’s heart fell as he heard this news. He and Nossi had been best friends forever and had always been together in the same class
Yehudit Neiman and her parents almost escape Iran, but at the last minute Yehudit is forced off the plane