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Chaya Baumwolspiner

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Chaya Baumwolspiner is a Lakewood-based writer and Bubby whose favorite occupation is spending time with her grandchildren.
This was not the first time that Devorie Kreiman had lost a child. She had already lost four children as babies and was well-versed in grief.
The weighty realization that a full 12 months had passed without anything to show for my prayers tore into my soul.
Wherein lies the source of Rosie’s positivity? What enables her to embrace a life that appears to us to be fraught with uncertainties?
Bashie’s harrowing struggle against anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder is a journey that takes her from the depths of isolation and despair to the profound joy of knowing that a Jew is never alone.
If moving to Montana had been their first big challenge, adopting children was going to be an even bigger one.
What motivates a person to donate an organ to a perfect stranger?
What does a G‑d-fearing Jew do when facing a dire health crisis? He seeks medical advice, he prays for miracles, and he applies the mindset of placing his trust in his Maker. Upon hearing that the life of their unborn son was unviable, Rabbi Elie and Chay...
There had never been a particularly warm relationship between the siblings, and in the years that followed, their connections became weaker.
What is the likelihood of an Orthodox woman born in Brooklyn donating a kidney to a non-observant man from Ukraine in a hospital in Tel Aviv?
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