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Articles of Faith

Barbara Bensoussan

In 1944, before being deported to a concentration camp, Reuven Chaim Klein buried a collection of silver family heirlooms under a house in Munkacs. Sixty-seven years later, with planning, siyata d’Shmaya, and guidance from the Munkacser Rebbe, this small treasure trove was unearthed — tarnished and bent, but miraculously intact.

 

Trial in Heaven’s Court

Aharon Granevich-Granot

The Israeli tanks were trapped and one took a direct hit, bursting into flames. Only Shimon Benzion survived, his flaming body pulled back to life by his army buddy Shalom Rappaport. Years later, would Shimon be able to save him?

 

Tracking the Lost Tribes

Yerucham Landesman

Rabbi Yitzchak Chinagel's life mission — finding the Ten Lost Tribes — has led to extensive research on the Pashtuns of Pakistan and Afghanistan and a search for the Sambatyon and the Bnei Moshe living beyond it. His research has taken him to China twice, and although both trips were aborted abruptly, Rav Chinagel hasn’t yet given up his quest



 
Hidden Power
Yonoson Rosenblum One never knows the power of his or her mitzvos
Can You Tell a Phony?
Eytan Kobre “You’re not using the phone; the phone is using you”
Grief and Gratitude
Yisroel Besser The deepest, most sophisticated truth in the world
Nobody's Perfect
Alexandra Fleksher With the gift of maturity, we learn to accept
Colossal Humility
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman The last words I ever heard from my rebbi
Ready and Waiting
Baruch S. Fertel, MD, MPA, FACEP Why does everything take so long in the ER?
Bless You!
Faigy Peritzman Blessings don't create anything new in the natural world
Ready, Set, Succeed!
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Ensure success with explicit, doable instructions
The Radiance of Surrender
Mrs Shani Mendlowitz Honest admission reveals your inner radiance