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Freefall: Chapter 22

Miriam Zakon

Abe follows Annie’s lead in saying Tehillim for Moe, whose fate is unknown. Hours later, she receives a telegram from Moe saying he is unharmed

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 15

Gila Arnold

Aviva convinces her mother she doesn’t need her help. Suri and Yael drop in on Aviva, and tell her about Senator Pearl’s upcoming visit

 

Quiet the Inner Critic

C. Rosenberg

Elul is a time for introspection, self-examination, and renewed commitments. A new approach, Min¬¬dful Self-Compassion, can bring you closer to your goals with no condemnation required

 

Here Comes the Judge

Barbara Bensoussan

It’s a long road from Bais Yaakov to the bench. In January, Ruchie Freier becomes the first chassidic woman to don the robes of a US court judge

 

Family Reconfigured

Riki Goldstein

After a break of many years, you’re suddenly blessed with another baby. Welcome to the “split personality” life of a mother who’s raising two different generations in one home

 

Less Motion, More Devotion

Yael Wiesner

Overwhelmed? Thankfully, simplifying your way to success in both your physical goals and your ruchniyus aspirations is not complicated or difficult. Here’s how

 

Whispers: Chapter 10

Shira Hart

Land of the free, home of the brave. As my options in Israel narrowed and died, America, the enjoyable summer setting, became my new home

 

Net Worth

As told to A. Asaraf

It was a heady feeling. No longer the tall, enigmatic figure hovering on the fringes, I was now an irrefutable part of the jet set

 

Windows: How to Cook a Fish Head

Zivia Reischer

No Jewish woman is ever a stranger to another. There are some experiences that are universal unifiers, like pain and joy. And fish heads.

 

Strength in Numbers

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

“I would look up at the professors in the field and wonder — at what point are the girls stopped? Look at me — I was the only girl in my advanced math class….”

 

Cellular Mission

Esther Teichtal

“I was back at the lab five days after birth — I was that determined to complete my thesis.”

 

True Colors

Shalvi Waldman

“I liked doing a job that had a clear beginning, middle, and end, and the end was clearly a vast improvement over the beginning”

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