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Mishpacha Junior Speaks to Principals

Shoshana R. Meiri, Rivkah Small

In honor of the beginning of the new year, Mishpacha Junior spoke to a principal and a headteacher. What is it like to be the head of a school or cheder? What should a student do if he feels he’s been punished unfairly? And most important, what gives a principal nachas?

 

The British Royal Family

Shoshana R. Meiri

One of the reasons Hashem gave us parents is to help us understand our relationship with Him as our Father. And to help us grasp the concept of malchus — the glory of royalty — Hashem created kings and queens. The malchuyos section of Rosh HaShanah's musaf talks about Hashem’s sovereignty (kingship). To help us understand a little of Hashem’s glory, let’s take a look at human royalty — the British royal family.

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