HOME & FAMILY
A Place of Hope
As a long-time fan of your Home and Family Section, I usually turn to it first. I find it a source of pleasurable reading, information and helpful advice. The changing variety each week is refreshing. Ah, but this week... [Ed. Parshas Shlach]. I was very glad that you printed the article on the "waiting game," sensitizing some, comforting others. In fact, in some ways it tied in with the "Casual Comment" article, encouraging people to be more aware of the potential impact of their remarks.Dear Y.C. and Yated Ne'eman,
Thank you, Y.C., for taking the time and effort to write what
the Y.N. editorial staff deemed an "insightful" letter which
makes our series, "worth it just for that." That is truly a
special compliment! I also found your letter sincere,
insightful, and beautifully stated.
One day some years ago, I was walking along a main street in
downtown Jerusalem, when the sole of my shoe suddenly became
unstuck. The heel was still there, so the sole did not break
free entirely. It just flapped back and forth. There I stood,
ruefully contemplating my damaged shoe. What would I do now?...
Suddenly, it seems as if the entire world is full of twins!
At first, I thought twins were rather irregular on the
average scene. Apparently, not so. Everyone I meet these days
has a very close relation to the subject -- a sister-in- law,
aunt, neighbor etc. who also have twins.
This year's end of the school year heralds another season:
the Three Weeks, otherwise known as parve hamburger- hot dog
This year's end of the school year heralds another season: the Three Weeks, otherwise known as parve hamburger- hot dog season.
Heart pounding, head straight,
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