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My Special Family

C.B. Lieber

In some ways, growing up with a brother or sister who is mentally or physically handicapped is “totally normal” for the other kids in the family. In other ways, it’s anything but. People who grew up with a special sibling open up about their childhoods.

 

Record-Breaking Brooklyn Challah Bake

In preparation for this year’s Shabbos Project, 2,000 New York women join together to bake a record-breaking-ly long challah, sharing the beauty of Shabbos with all of Hashem’s children.



 
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Nobody's Perfect
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Colossal Humility
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Bless You!
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The Radiance of Surrender
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