HOME & FAMILYTrue Tales of Yesteryear
The Grave He Dug
By Yisca Shimony
Batya Karelitz sat by the counter in her shop, which was now
without any customers, studying her account books. Again and
again, she pored over the many expenses, pondering over her
state of affairs.
It's Up to You
Yisroel and Benzi looked around. Mommy had disappeared in a
split second. Where could she be?
"Mommy!" whined Yisroel, stamping his little feet. "We're
waiting to go." Shoshy swung impatiently backwards and
forwards on the gate. "Mommy! Mommy, where are you?" and the
two shouts merged.
ASK THE SHADCHAN
"Mommy!" whined Yisroel, stamping his little feet. "We're waiting to go." Shoshy swung impatiently backwards and forwards on the gate. "Mommy! Mommy, where are you?" and the two shouts merged.
ASK THE SHADCHAN
Question from a Seminary student: [This question could have come from a bochur in shidduchim age]: "Is it true everyone is watching what we do the whole time?"
When A Pot Becomes A Conversation Piece
Coming out of a large household goods store, I noticed a
familiar face walking to the bus stop. "Don't you live in my
neighborhood?" I inquired. "Would you like a ride back?" I
introduced myself and my grateful passenger smiled in
appreciation as she slipped into the car.
The first year is especially significant in cultivating the emotional bond between parents and baby and will determine what kind of attachment pattern the child will form. How does one weave the threads of relationship so that they're not too taut or too loose?
Your Medical Questions Answered!
I have been asked to speak about food poisoning. Jewish dietary laws obviously prevent a lot of diseases that are found in shellfish and pork. Still, Israeli food standards are not up to America's, and especially in the Arab sector. Even buying fruit from them is a possibly dangerous proposition.
The Fat Inside: The Concealed Consequences of
People who are obese probably already know that they're more likely than lean people to develop heart disease and diabetes. But they may not realize that they are also at increased risk for a range of gastrointestinal (GI) diseases, including fatty liver disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), gallbladder disease, severe pancreatitis and some GI cancers.
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