Issues 02:02 Guilty But …

Guilty But…
Author: Jeff Adler

How guilt haunts us! Picture yourself in Macbeth’s shoes. Here is a man who had ascended to the top. Everywhere men respected and feared him. At his slightest whim, a kingdom mobilized to please him. He knew wealth, fame, and power. Yet, instead of a sense of exhilaration and fulfillment, as we should expect, the […]

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Not Even A Minyon

When I was six years old, my world changed. If I had remained in the city of my birth, Buffalo, New York, my neighbors, my friends, my surroundings, my culture, most associations would have been Jewish in the way that my parents’ and their parents’ associations were Jewish. But when I was six, my family […]

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In the Little Shtetl of Vaysechvoos: The Gambler

The Klauvitch family had, for as long as many could remember, been the principal milk dispensers in the shtetl of Vaysechvoos. Menachem Klauvitch owned a nice dairy herd, and each day he would take the milk cans and go to the homes of the villagers. It was a hard life and Menachem was not a […]

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