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A Chance to Change

Sarah Chana Radcliffe

During the Yamin Noraim, we all yearn to change. But how many of us manage to implement changes that last until the next Rosh HaShanah? A solid approach for making lasting changes.

 

Time Travelers: Women Reflect on the Past and Plan for the Future

Leah Kotkes

As we face a new year, we review the old one, and with it, gain valuable insight. Women from all stages of life share the wisdom, strategies, and values they have learned from their past to shape their future.

 

Touching the Heavens: Tools for Powerful Tefillah

Bassi Gruen

Tefillah is the bridge that connects us to our Creator. It is so powerful, yet it can also be so difficult. Three women share their challenges. And three veteran mechanchos respond with ideas, advice, and inspiration.

 

Angel in Midwood

Michal Eisikowitz

A few Rubbermaid bins in a basement. A penniless widow who loved to give. A store that changes the lives of thousands. The story of Bobbie’s Place and the remarkable woman behind it.

 

Craft: Apple Art

Yaffa Neuman

One of the most popular Rosh HaShanah simanim is the apple dipped in honey. All it takes to elevate that siman to magnificence is a bit of time and a unique design. This elegant food art will greatly enhance your Rosh HaShanah table.

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