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The Truck Stops Here!

Rochel Burstyn

Wherever you live, you probably see trucks on the highways all the time. Have you ever wondered: What are in all these trucks? Where are they going? How do products get from a factory to a store?

 

Dr. Mitzvah and the Chinese Shabbos

Yaffa Ganz

One morning, shortly after Shavuos, Mrs. Mitzvah looked around her tidy kitchen and said, “Now that Pesach and matzoh are behind us, and Shavuos blintzes and cheesecakes are gone, what shall we eat? It’s time for something different and new.” “What’s wrong with eating regular and old?” asked Dr. Mitzvah. “It tastes just fine. Why change?”

 

Is Something Wrong with Me?

Fraidy Goldberger

People, young and old, however shy or loud they appear may have difficulties conversing with people. It can occur with someone close or a new person they have never met. Now, take a few peaceful minutes and answer the following questions which might be the solution to your very common problem!

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Time for a Rematch
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Something’s Wrong
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Woman of Greatness
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Let Freedom Ring
Chana Mayers Not just cutting corners but cutting myself slack
Dear Daughter
Words Unspoken How I pine to have you rejoin our family