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Bring on the Bread!

Libi Astaire

A freshly baked loaf of bread has been one of life’s pleasures — and necessities — since time immemorial. Some would even say that bread is not only the staff of life, but it’s also the fuel that has powered the growth of many of the world’s civilizations.

 

Honeymoon in the Holy Land

Malki Lowinger

They loved their year in seminary, and can’t wait to return to the palpable holiness of Eretz Yisrael. But when they return as idealistic kollel wives, they find that nothing is the same. What to expect when you come back, and how to make the most of the opportunity.

 

Discovering the Hiding Places

Diane Wyshogrod

In Hiding Places: a Mother, a Daughter, an Uncovered Life, Diane Wyshogrod draws from every facet of her identity — writer, clinical psychologist, daughter, mother — not only to understand her mother’s wartime experiences, but to find out why it is so important for her (and for us) to make that attempt in the first place.

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Sounds of Silence
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The Sages and their silences
The Slow Death of Europe
Yonoson Rosenblum What explains Europe’s self-destructive denial?
Time to Tell It Like It Is
Eytan Kobre Speak openly and honestly against evil
Vi Elult’zich?
Rabbi Henoch Plotnick Elul waits for no one
Wild Card
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “Welcome your son, even on Shabbos”
Good for You
Faigy Peritzman Friends and family tried to cheer me up. “It wasn’t your...
Unparallel Lives
Sarah Chana Radcliffe What to do when spouses live out of tandem
Dear Girl on the Fridge Magnet
Words Unspoken I could say, “Welcome to real life, honey!” as I notice ...