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I Will Sing to Hashem

C. Rosenberg

They praise. They plead. Grieve and grapple. Exult and exclaim. The words of Tehillim express every state of being, describe every shade of emotion. Each Jew can find himself, his trials and triumphs, in Dovid Hamelech’s timeless words. In honor of the yahrtzeit of Ne’im Zemiros Yisrael, we asked 18 prominent women for the pasuk in Tehillim they find most meaningful.

 

To Catch a Cloud

Shayna Friedman

Mati Horowitz has spent the last three years developing a series of acclaimed fine art portraits of gedolim. A glimpse of her collection — and the spirit behind it.

 

Child of the New comer

Gila Arnold

The Torah implores us to accept converts with open arms. But what about their children? Do they feel accepted by the community? Three children of geirim share their triumphs and tribulations and how their mothers’ sacrifice has strengthened their own Jewish identity.



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In the King's Hands
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The will of Hashem is done, whatever the circumstances
Healthy in Body and Spirit
Yonoson Rosenblum Michael Kaufman’s potentially lifesaving new work
It's Miller Time
Eytan Kobre Wisdom will assume the properties of the body it enters
The Purim Generation
Rabbi Nachman Zakon Is the mishloach manos about you? Or about others?
Gun Control: Dead on Arrival
David G. Greenfield Each time we were outraged, each time nothing happened
Watch Your Step
Rachel Bachrach Yehuda Spira is the owner of Dance with Confidence
Persian Piece
Jacob L. Freedman “I’m Persian and you’re Jewish, but it’s okay”
Service Provider
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “You said ‘shalom bayis.’ If this is correct, press one”
Crisis Mode
Faigy Peritzman Every Jew needs a specific spiritual goal
Mother of the Year
Sarah Chana Radcliffe The perfect mother? How did she pull that off?
Reaching Higher
Rebbetzin Debbie Greenblatt Esther found her internal greatness — we can too