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Adventures in Teshuva  
  Adventures in Teshuva  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Update date: 6/19/2020, 13:24
 
As baal teshuvas, the road to becoming religious was sometimes fraught with many obstacles. The more one tries to cleave to holiness, the more the Yetzer Hara resists…  


The Missing Piece  
  The Missing Piece  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Update date: 6/19/2020, 13:40
 
When building a puzzle we should bear in mind that it can be reshuffled and reconnected anytime we choose to ensure we get it right…  


Top Ten for the Soul  
  Top Ten for the Soul  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 6/19/2020, 13:00
 
My favourite music CDs had filthy language and foreign beliefs that simply weren’t appropriate in a Jewish home. But it was still hard to chuck them away...  


The Master Teacher  
  The Master Teacher  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 7/5/2020, 10:53
 
She was at the holy Western Wall, immersed in prayer and trying her best to cling to the Almighty, when a bird passed over and dumped its payload right on her head...  


My Father  
  My Father's Faith  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 7/5/2020, 11:17
 
After the death of my grandfather, there was a slow decline in the family's religious observance. All the brothers became businessmen and eventually chose secular lifestyles...  


Vicki in Vizhnitz-land  
  Vicki in Vizhnitz-land  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 7/17/2020, 14:51
 
Vicki had never been to Israel. Yet, she describe in detail her taxi trip from Ben Gurion Airport to Bnai Brak, to the Vizhnitzer synagogue and to the Rebbe…  


The Wagon Master  
  The Wagon Master  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Update date: 7/24/2020, 17:57
 
Many are the BTs who lament that their early education included Shakespeare and Plato rather than Abaye and Rava; those same BTs often outshine the Talmud scholars...  


Lighting it Up  
  Lighting it Up  
 
By Uriel Cohn
Update date: 5/28/2020, 11:53
 
An Yeshiva high-school student takes a candid look at himself and the meaning of the mitzvoth he performs daily; maybe it's time that each of us assess ourselves ...  


The Cheeseburger Sacrifice  
  The Cheeseburger Sacrifice  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 7/5/2020, 12:28
 
He loved Judaism but he couldn't give up the cheeseburgers. Why were the Torah and the rabbis so fanatic to deny him the one pleasure that he craved?  


Blackout  
  Blackout  
 
By Alizah Teitelbaum
Update date: 7/6/2020, 07:24
 
Hashem sent thunder, flashed bolts of lightning and knocked down the NYC power grid to save one of His still-brainless daughters from getting involved with the wrong person…  


A Blessing in Disguise  
  A Blessing in Disguise  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 7/5/2020, 13:58
 
She was a popular teenager with plenty of boys asked her out on dates. But, for some strange reason, something always came up to postpone the Friday night date…  


Throwing Snowballs  
  Throwing Snowballs  
 
By Yitzie from Williamsburg
Update date: 7/27/2020, 18:16
 
Yitzie, one of the Williamsburg crowd of boys born into Yiddish-speaking Chassidic homes, had really fallen off the path of Judaism; but, one trip to Uman changed his life...  


Who Are You, Really?  
  Who Are You, Really?  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 7/26/2020, 07:37
 
After my family made teshuva, the outside changed a lot. But the inside? Not so much. No-one really talked to me about working on negative character traits...  


The Doctor and the Angel  
  The Doctor and the Angel  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/17/2020, 14:25
 
The Kaiser's personal physician, Dr. Ernst Gordia, was an assimilated Jew who had long before forgotten anything about his Jewish heritage…  


Saved by an Aleph  
  Saved by an Aleph  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 7/17/2020, 14:24
 
Night clubs, celebrities, sports stars and models - David was living a rock-star life. He worked at one the hottest bars in Scottsdale. Teshuva? What's that?  


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