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Just in Time

Gila Arnold

Whether you’re always the first to arrive or perpetually late, how you understand time says a lot about who you are — and your personality will shape your perception of time.

 

Honor Thy Parents — the global version

Sherry Zimmerman

Becoming a caregiver to one’s parents is never easy. But how does one manage it when there are thousands of miles between their home and their parents’?

 

The Meat and Potatoes of Yeshivah Life

Riki Goldstein

Purim is over and the boys will soon be home from yeshivah. You stock your freezer before they arrive: plenty of kokosh cake and chopped liver, kugel and cold cuts. But the duffel bags have barely been moved from the front hall before your supplies are finished… as well as the shnitzel for the second night of Yom Tov and the knishes you prepared for Friday afternoon. And the thought crosses your mind: Who feeds these bottomless pits all year round? Meet the hidden heroes of your son’s yeshivah.



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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?