Yoram turned to his wife, and told her: Good will come out of this.
It’s All in The Cards Where can you find the memories of a lifetime? They are stored in several large plastic containers neatly arranged on the shelves in my den. The time has come to revisit these mementos and as I begin to wade through more than 60 years of birthday, anniversary and holiday cards a […]
“I see. I’m sorry. Is it hard for you to hear she’s getting married?”
Sasson gets cosy with French bi-lingual author Rahel Jarach.
“They’re all the same,” Sharon told Esther.
Book Review: Small Choices, Big Changes by Sarah Pachter (Targum Publishers 2017), 255 pp. Reviewed by Devorah Talia Gordon In Small Choices, Big Changes, Sarah Pachter explores fundamental facets of Jewish life with clarity and wit. From the seemingly mundane to the more elevated parts of life, Pachter draws rich lessons that the reader can easily integrate into […]
The Memoirs of Gluckel The Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln, which span from 1686 to 1719, is a fascinating autobiography from a frum, German Jewish mother of 14 who also worked as a businesswoman. Though she was married off at the tender age of 14, she was highly educated and opinionated in Torah as well […]
Tales From the Heritage House by DB Estrin, Review by Lara Gedzelman Back before there were well-trodden inspirational routes laid out and outreach machines brought large groups of college kids/professionals/mothers/businessmen (name your cohort, but be sure that the group is curated to be as homogenous as possible), there were brave souls who created or opened […]
the deep pockets of my greatcoat are crying out to be as well-filled as my belly.
Menucha Chana Levin is the author of Sasson’s Book of the Month for February, Hidden Heritage. You can buy the book HERE. Our chosen children Although we had been blessed with four children, my husband and I always […]