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The Answers Man

Binyamin Rose

Whether you’re looking for your first job, seeking a promotion, wondering whether it’s time to hunt for a new position, seeking to buy or open your own business — or even mulling whether you’re suited to be your own boss — chances are good that Marc (Moshe) Bodner has some valuable advice for you.

 

Half the Battle

Michal Ish Shalom

Once, they were known as “hired guns” and were considered beyond the pale. Today, they’re called “private security companies” and it seems even the superpowers can’t survive without them. What happens when private armies turn international conflicts into big business?

 

Encounters with the Dayan

John and Millie Samson

To those he touched, he was larger than life. A collection of flashbacks from the people who were transformed by their relationship with Dayan Gershon Lopian.

 

How to Cope When There’s No Hope

Eliezer Shulman

Chani Weinroth is just 31 years old, but for the last five years she’s lived with the knowledge that her days are numbered. What does she tell her children? How does she make it through the day’s “normal” tasks? How does she pull herself together as a wife and a mother when she knows the cancer living inside her is a ticking time bomb?

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