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Women on the Haggadah
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Learn to make it from scratch

Dear readers,

I’ve been thinking about freedom. Since I’m having a hard time finding a workable definition, I decided to take an informal survey.

My overweight friend Fran considers caloric freedom the ultimate emancipation. Her idea of euphoria is to consume whatever she wants while reaching her ideal weight. But would Fran change her mind if she met skinny Susan, who despite her small size...

Women of Distinction

One of the most insightful Jewish autobiographies was written by Glueckel of Hameln, a wise mother and businesswoman who described the life of the Jews in Germany in the late 17th to early 18th centuries.

Glueckel of Hameln, whose diary became so famous, was born in Hamburg, one of the three sister cities of Altona, Hamburg and Wandsbek that played an important role in Jewish life and were the...

The Surgery

Abe was 75 years old and had a medical problem that needed complicated surgery. Because his son Jacob was a renowned surgeon, Abe insisted that Jacob perform the operation.

On the day of his operation, as he lay on the operating table waiting for the anesthetic, Abe asked to speak to his son.

“Yes, Dad, what is it?”

“Don’t be nervous, Jacob, do your best. And just remember, if it doesn’t go well—if, G‑d forbid, something should happen to me—your mother is going to come and live with you and your wife.”

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