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Bread of Affection

Riki Goldstein

Famous challah makers around the world reveal their baking secrets, worst disasters, and inspiration for getting that challah braided and baked, week after week.

 

Bringing Kids to their Feet

Gila Arnold

Sometimes, we encounter a convergence of circumstances in our lives that brings us to point and say, “this is what I’m meant to do.” Here’s the story of a physical therapist who recognized an opportunity and grabbed it. Two decades later, thousands of children are thanking her for it.

 

Advice Line

Bassi Gruen

My son is a very loving and confident preschooler, and my home is a child-centered environment. I try hard to understand my son’s perspective, and allow him opportunities to make choices. At the same time, I try to set limits, and we have routines firmly established. However, I find myself struggling and unsure how to respond to verbal displays of chutzpah.



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A Century of Horror — and Hope
Rabbi Moshe Grylak More connected than at first glance
Sundown
Eytan Kobre When Chazal say so, that eclipses all else
Great Expectations
Jacob L. Freedman Not just his personal nachas machine
Vote of Thanks
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman Dov Ber was using Hashem as an excuse
Today’s Trash
Faigy Peritzman “Guess what I did today!”
Navigating In-Lawing
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Nurturing this relationship with kindness, consideration...
From Humdrum to Happy
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner The challenge: infusing these days with joy!