Purim: In Disguise

Purim: In Disguise By Sherri Mandell   To look at me, you wouldn’t know that in the central core of my being, I am in loss, in pain. You wouldn’t […]

Welcoming the Joy of Adar

  Welcoming the Joy of Adar By Rabbi Moshe Weinberger   “Mishenichnas Adar Marbim B’simcha- When the month of Adar enters, we increase in joy.” Interesting word choice. Instead of […]

Greener Pastures Lie Ahead

Greener Pastures Lie Ahead By Esther Kaplan Tu B’shvat of 5777 was on Shabbos. I will never forget that Shabbos because it was spent in Shaare Tzedek Hospital with my […]

Soul on a Mission

Soul on a Mission A Letter of Comfort Written by the Rimnitzer Rebbetzin   To the honorable and esteemed parents of habachur hatzaddik, Shaul zt”l,   Sitting at my computer, […]

Day By Day Poem by GSW

Day By Day by GSW   You may have an inspirational tale You may want to take me to town You may want to help me your way When I’m […]

How Are YOU Managing? By MC Millman

How are you Managing? By M. C. Millman   It can be a good day, and it usually is when it happens. Everything is proceeding, I’m managing, I’m not overwhelmed […]

Surviving Tishrei

Surviving the Month of Tishrei… …When it’s Hard to Make it Through a Day By Leah Paley   It’s that time of year again … L’Dovid Hashem Ori, blowing shofar, […]

Five Years Without Her

Five Years Without Her By Fern Chasida Rabinovitz Sunday, the 13th of Shvat, is five years since the awful and unreal day that my daughter, Liam, died – just two […]

Reflections by Devoiry Saull

Many of us have moments when our past experiences come back to us in uncomfortable ways. For me, the summer is a time that brings back so many emotions. It’s […]