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Will You Take the Torch?

Yisroel Besser

While today’s “millennials” are consumed with personal family demands and financial worries, are we losing the culture of public askanus that has shaped our communities for the last half a century?

 

Kosher, Natural... Delicious?

Rafael Medoff

As the natural foods market expands, manufacturers are capitalizing on kosher consumers who see what growing numbers have already accepted: Natural food is better for you and tastes good too.

 

Years of Plenty

Shlomi Gil, Vinnytsia, Ukraine

His parents in the Ukrainian town waited for years to have a child. Yet when they perceived the spiritual gifts of their only son, they sent him far away to maximize his Torah. Five years ago, Alec and Nella Greenzayd saw their son Gedaliah for the last time. The next time they would meet would be at his funeral.

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Ivri Anochi
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Something’s Wrong
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Woman of Greatness
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Let Freedom Ring
Chana Mayers Not just cutting corners but cutting myself slack
Dear Daughter
Words Unspoken How I pine to have you rejoin our family