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Have Papers, Will Travel

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Avraham Avinu left his hometown of Haran to travel to Egypt. He probably didn’t need a birth certificate, passport, or visa to travel then, but today, you won’t get very far without these vital documents.

 

Jolly Solly

R. Atkins

The airport was busy and there was a long line at passport control. A sole booth was manned by a grumpy-looking official who was checking passports, matching pictures to passport holders, and then eventually waving them through. The line moved at a snail’s pace.

 

Living with Challenges

Rochel Burstyn

Everyone has challenges in their lives at one point or another. Today we’re meeting kids who live with some difficult physical challenges, but still manage to go to school and enjoy life. Let’s meet them.

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Rabbi Moshe Grylak Kidney-shaped kindness
Selling a Defective Product
Yonoson Rosenblum To play or not to play
Out of the Booth of Truth
Eytan Kobre “Entries into and exits from the succah”
Take 5: Business Tips from Peloton COO Tom Cortese
Prepared for print by Shira Isenberg Invigorate a “sleepy industry” with innovation
Ten Questions for Shmuel Bisk
Rachel Bachrach A good mortgage broker can save you NIS 100,000
That Elusive Mr. Right
Jacob L. Freedman “I’m calling because you got it all wrong!”
Home Front Command
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman Another victim of Hurricane Harvey
Say What?
Faigy Peritzman The language of the heart
The Business of Marriage
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Don’t squelch your spouse’s financial dreams
Will My Children Be Good Spouses?
Sara Eisemann Forgive yourself for imperfect children
The Pastry Chef: Part II
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP And Zivia Reischer Red thoughts, green thoughts