Spiritual Currency Yisrael Feller“I’m the lawyer, the agent, serving as an advocate between you and your Father in Heaven,” Rav Dovid Chaim Stern tells those who seek his counsel. The work he demands isn’t easy, but Rav Stern, the mekubal of Bnei Brak, is ready to pour out his tefillos and bestow his brachos in exchange for spiritual “deals” he makes with his chassidim around the world.
Binyamin Rose | Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Running a business is always a daunting task, but turning a business that’s been run into the ground into a thriving operation is a far more formidable challenge. That’s precisely what Scott Miller does for a living; whether it’s taking stumbling companies and putting them back on sound footing, or providing vigorous financial oversight to businesses that are better at selling their wares than smelling trouble.
Working through the Gender Gap
Barbara Bensoussan | Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Religious women entering the workplace, beware: it’s likely your 9-to-5 environment is not quite an equal-opportunity arena. You may be paid less than male coworkers, even as you’re valued for good manners and relied upon for important tasks. And, are you enough of a self-promoter to compete with men who want the job at all costs?
Same Place, Different Pace
Riki Goldstein Tuesday, September 16, 2014
When they moved in, it was shtreimlach and golden beketshes; now knitted kippahs rule. Where Dati-leumi teens strolled to Bnei Akiva groups, American kollel wives chase toddlers. Welcome to a changed neighborhood. For those who stay put as their environs shift, life can get interesting.
SisterSchmooze...because three heads are better than one
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Some people never look back. But the frum Jew is constantly reevaluating, self-assessing, applying 20/20 hindsight. It’s part of our mindset to always wonder: Did I do the right thing? If I had a chance at a do-over, would I do things differently?
Rachel Stein Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Shimmy’s heart raced with excitement as he read the flyer in the school newsletter. Calling all boys to join our school-wide Bowl-a-Thon. All proceeds will benefit our yeshivah.
Sara Miriam Gross Tuesday, September 16, 2014
“I can’t believe your mother let!” Devorah exclaimed as she continued scribbling on her master to-do list.
Chavi shrugged, “Well you know my mother,” she said, “she’s kind of a ‘the more the merrier’ type and she doesn’t mind the mess, as long as we clean up afterward.”
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