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Sarah Kranz

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About the artist: Sarah Kranz has been illustrating magazines, webzines and books (including five children’s books) since graduating from the Istituto Europeo di Design, Milan, in 1996. Her clients have included The New York Times and Money Marketing Magazine of London.
If Moses would have crossed the Jordan, that would have been the end: the end of the struggle, the end of history . . .
After more than 60 years, I still have a strong image of the phantom classroom in the basement of my Boro Park public school. I don’t recall how I knew that this classroom existed. I never really saw the students. I just knew that they were there.
When you meet a mother or father of an older child or teen with disabilities, they may seem burned-out. Here’s why.
For decades, the status of Jews with disabilities was not discussed. The reasons are complex.
The story of a man who lived in the hospital
Kingsbrook Hospital is where Lenny has lived since childhood. It’s his hospital-home. “You know, Chani, I’m here for always,” he says, neither sad nor mad about it. I intuit that his family chose Kingsbrook on his behalf when he was a young child.
In my teenage mind, there were only two categories of people: the “cool” ones and the “quiet” ones.
Things were going well. Or so I thought, until I hit rock bottom. Feelings of depression and anxiety, and my father’s battle with cancer, left me raw, vulnerable and exposed.
When I came into synagogue one Shabbat day, admittedly a little late, a friend rushed over and told me about another synagogue that needed me more. I put my prayer book down as fast as I'd picked it up, and I was off to this special house of prayer, the h...
It was Friday night, and my baby had had a long day. It began with his 2-year-old sister shouting some gibberish, and then jumping on his finger. It only got more confusing from there. His gums hurt. His tummy hurt. Mommy was too busy to hold him all day....
Our sages teach that there are three partners in the creation of a child: the mother, the father, and G‑d Himself.
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