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Map the Starlight: Chapter 26

Leah Gebber

Tears come, fast and free. She does not wipe them away. Let them come. Let them wipe away who she is, what she has done

 

Facets: Chapter 17

Esther Kurtz

“I always thought I’d marry someone like me, and we’d be a power couple. We were supposed to be the new movers and shakers”

 

Musings: Not an Adult

Bracha Stein

But the years have passed and here I am, still frantically bluffing my way through life and hoping no one catches on (or inspects my linen closets)

 

Lifetakes: Household Help

Miriam Eliwatt

We sat back and watched Leah’s strong hands rip open and slice the fish as she had been doing for more than 50 years

 

Blogging for Bread and Butter

C. Rosenberg

Blogs are increasingly a way to earn a substantial living. Successful bloggers and marketing experts share the secrets of how to make real money from blogging

 

Wings for Every Child

Barbara Bensoussan

Esther Gutwein started her career as graduate student doing psychological evaluations. Today she manages education supervisors. Throughout it all, she’s strived to help every child succeed

 

Tempo Story: Going Places

Gila Arnold

“The beginning, middle, and end of the story is that I married an idiot and am now living to regret it”

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 32

Shoshana Schwartz

“Why do we need to sit in a circle like this? Why do we need a group at all? Why can’t we just learn from the texts?”

 

Map the Starlight: Chapter 25

Leah Gebber

What next? He is here in Barcelona, filled with fear and anticipation. He must find the Jewish scholar, the man who may heal him

 

Facets: Chapter 16

Esther Kurtz

“You barely look at her, don’t thank her, and when she compliments you on the shower you can’t spit out the word thanks fast enough”

 

Windows: Oh, My Rogue

Naomi Raskin

When I glance at the speedometer again, I see another message has taken its place. A red message. I have a feeling I do not like red messages

 

Lifetakes: White Hero

Rivka Junger

The whole world was spinning, I saw myself turning in a kaleidoscope of hats, gloves, and spraying snow. And then it went quiet

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Do You Know Where You’re Going?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak If Mrs. Esterhazy hadn’t gotten sick
Birthright Drops Reform
Yonoson Rosenblum The numbers tell the sad story
With Fresh Eyes
Eytan Kobre Members of an ever-tying people
Gift-Giving Guide
Yisroel Besser There’s a skill to giving a teacher a gift
Time for a Career Change
Jacob L. Freedman “How can a bochur even afford to smoke?”
Today I Am a (Learned? Committed?) Jewish Man
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Are bar mitzvah celebrations good for the Jews?
Major in Mothering
Faigy Peritzman “How do you picture marriage? Discussing quantum theory?...
When Parents Disagree
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Connecting heart-to-heart when you don’t see eye-to-eye
En Route: Food for Thought
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz The bread we eat today also comes from heaven
The Twins: Part II
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “Bead,” she says again, with a little smirk
Dear Acquaintance
Your Possible Friend at the Clinic Why do you make it harder for me — and for you?