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Batya (Schochet) Lisker

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Batya Schochet Lisker is the founding principal of Bais Chana Chabad Girls' High School of Los Angeles, current executive assistant to Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky of Chabad World Headquarters in New York, and program administrator of the Machne Israel Development Fund Early Childhood Initiative.
Lost . . .I could have been lost, completely lost, with no clue how to get home.
When did they age? I was shocked to see my parents, particularly my mother, looking fragile and vulnerable when I walked through the door, excited to spend Shabbat with them.
Was I really returning home, or just to the memories of what once was?
Severe Siberian cold waves swept across the remote forest region with a vengeance, as the bitter temperature plummeted further. It was week two of his treacherous trek . . .
They were coming. Tens of thousands of them, all ages and nationalities, a spectacular ocean of humanity flowing through the gates of the Old City...
When a semi-rig got stuck under a low-clearance viaduct, nobody paid much attention to an earnest young boy's suggestion. But what the boy suggested made so much sense that even the experts had to take notice.
Sometimes love is not measured by a capacity to give, but rather by a capacity to receive...
Her English could only be described as broken at best. But her pride was evident in her erect carriage and the glow in her eyes as she relayed her story
My children specifically enjoy hearing my most vivid image of a late March Canadian blizzard, the night of my Bat Mitzvah . . .
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