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Linda Hirschel

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Linda Hirschel is a freelance writer living in Israel. She is a mother and a grandmother, and she enjoys making soups and growing flowers.
As stories emerge from the October 7th massacre, many survivors recall those moments when they held onto Shema Yisrael as tightly as they held onto their weapons. And in many cases, it was the only weapon they had.
By honoring both father and mother, we learn to connect and develop a relationship with G‑d.
Examples of Some Rather Unusual (but Useful) Ones
My neighbor, Chava, puts the dislocated arms of children back in place. A parent comes with their child in tow. They knock on the door, Chava opens it, looks down and knows exactly what the problem is. She takes the affected arm and maneuvers it in a cert...
thank the Byrds for their introduction to a lesson in Kohelet, Ecclesiastes.
As a grandmother, I’ve learned a few tricks for putting kids to bed. I would like to impart some of my knowledge, so that my mistakes can help others who are just starting out. Here are a few methods that are, well, perhaps not so helpful. 1. The Drive-Ar...
She brought him home to her house full of children, and a few days later, the social worker called.
Siblings. How do we understand the intense rivalry intertwined with unwavering loyalty
One day I was in a store and saw one of the mothers of our day-camp clientele. I thought to myself, “She really should come up to me and thank me for the years that I hosted her children in my house. In fact, why didn’t she ever call me in all these years...
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