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Pearly Whites

Cindy Scarr

When we think jewelry we think precious metals and jewels found buried in the earth. But one jewel is found not under the earth, but under the water and inside a living creature, most often an oyster. It’s a pearl.

 

Dr. Mitzvah in Buttonville

Yaffa Ganz

Dr. Mitzvah was walking home from shul when he almost slipped on something round and shiny lying on the sidewalk. For a moment, he thought it was a coin, but no, it was a gold button. “Hmm … someone lost a very pretty button. I wonder who?” A moment later, he saw another one. This one was silver and square.

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