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Center Stage: Chapter 47

Gila Arnold

Who did this woman think she was, calmly standing there and imagining some psychological diagnosis for Rina, as if she had a complete understanding of Rina’s psyche?

 

The Gatekeeper’s Daughter: Chapter 28

Esther Teichtal

He wants her to bring this money back when she returns? She is about to leave this all behind. There’s a chance she will never return

 

More or Less: Chapter 13

Esther Kurtz

Negotiations, I remember reading once, are not a zero-sum game with winners and losers, but a transaction where each side prioritizes what they really want

 

Lifetakes: Rate Your Pain

Penina Garfinkle

Greet everyone like you were hoping to meet them here, smile at them, offer a compliment. You never know what’s going on in someone else’s life… right?

 

The Spokesman: Part I

D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer

“Sorry, I missed that. Can you say it a little slower?”

 

Shabbos at Savti’s

Perel Grossman

To be fair, Bruchy did give me advance notice. Not so far in advance that I could get out of it

 

Fair Slice

Libby Silberman

Tante Heidi isn’t really an aunt, but she’s always been a part of our family. And she’s a person you feel bad for

 

Center Stage: Chapter 46

Gila Arnold

Though Dini didn’t actually look at her, Huvy, sitting on the floor in a corner of the room, squirmed. She hated when they complained about her mother

 

The Gatekeeper’s Daughter: Chapter 27

Esther Teichtal

“Didn’t she tell you? Her mother wants her back in Lithuania. From what she’s told me, I doubt she actually wants to go back and live there”

 

The Mitzvah Note

Rochel Burstyn

I mean, what a fantastic thing to do! From then on, I too encouraged my kids to offer a meshulach a drink

 

Tempo Novelette — Breathe: Part 3 of 3

Rachael Lavon

Everyone’s fear was that I’d turn into her

 

Things and Stuff

Yaffa Ganz

Who needs all these Things? And what better time to dispose of the Stuff than now? Isn’t this exactly what pre-Pesach decluttering is all about?

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Home Free
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Believe in Your Own Seder
Rabbi Judah Mischel Hashem is satisfied when we do our best
Picture Perfect
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Flying Solo
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Hanging on by a Hair
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Subliminal Speech
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The Big Change
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The Count-Up
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