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Past Perfect

Henchie Weinreb, MSW

As Jews, mothers, wives, employees, we strive for excellence. But when does healthy aspiration become unhealthy fixation? How do we reconcile our aim for perfect with healthy, balanced living?

 

A Home of their Own

Barbara Bensoussan

It’s not often you hear of a person with disabilities who “founded” an agency that boasts over 30 residences and 600 employees. But when Avraham Nussen Warman z”l was born, his disabilities became the impetus for his parents to become involved in care for the disabled, eventually establishing Women’s League Community Residences.

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