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Angel of Salvation and Solace

Yisroel Besser

When the tzaddik of Tosh raised his holy eyes to you, you felt unworthy and elevated at once, engulfed in the comfort that you weren’t alone in your challenges. The learners and dreamers, the workers and slackers, all found a place on the worn benches of Tosh; it was an island where the talmid chacham could gain inspiration and the struggling soul could gather hope.

 

For the Love of the Land

Barbara Bensoussan

Financier Ari Bergmann may live thousands of miles from Eretz Yisrael, but he’s found a special way to express his love for the land through the mitzvah of shemittah.

 

Middle Age, Fresh Start

Sara Glaz

The idea of changing careers in midlife might seem daunting, but the courage to jump can often lead to a satisfying second act.

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