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Dance of the Soul

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Pirouettes. Pliés. Leaps. Spins. Twists. Leah Heinrich teaches women young and old how to use dance and movement to explore and express their inner selves. It is incredibly liberating — and also a lot of fun.

 

A Final Wish

Gila Arnold

Dina’s body lay on the bed; her neshama had already broken free. She saw her family bent over the empty body, heard the sobs of her husband — it would be hard for Menachem without her — and the wails of her girls. Rivkaleh and Tzippora would be okay, she knew. They had their own families to comfort them. But Shevy, her little Shevy — the cries of her youngest were sharpest of all, and in this painful moment of separation, Dina felt reproached. She had not married off her Shevy before departing the wor

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Something from Nothing
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The Business Trip
Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger Sometimes business trips aren’t strictly business
Death and Taxes
Jacob L. Freedman Aliyah ups, downs, and all-arounds
Perspective Shift
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman Single, female, Orthodox, adult: not an oxymoron
Mission with Ambition
Faigy Peritzman The way you see her is what she will become
Drop the Nagging
Sarah Chana Radcliffe You can gain cooperation, but not by nagging
Trying Our Patience
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner Savlanus isn’t just patience, it’s endurance
Redeeming Factor
Shoshana Itzkowitz “When was the last time we ate a meal behind the dryer?”