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Vision for his People

Aryeh Ehrlich

Who could have imagined that the Kalover Rebbe — the spiritual shepherd who’s touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jews over four decades of traveling the world — would lie paralyzed, unable to move, speak, or breathe on his own, communicating only with his eyes? Yet the ALS that has ravaged his body hasn’t

 

A Heartbeat Away from the Presidency

Binyamin Rose

Donald Trump is experiencing his own version of the shidduch crisis. He doesn’t seem to have a trophy candidate or the perfect political soul mate. Some of the leading names have already given their “if asked, I will not accept” speeches.

 

Into the Outback

Barbara Bensoussan

Somewhere in our collective unconscious, we sense that young people only become adults by venturing into uncharted territory, accepting risks and surmounting challenges. Until recent times, we lived close enough to the natural world that people routinely faced the tests of survival and the elements. Today, where does a young person go to be challenged?



 
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