By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The great Chassidic master, the Mezeritcher Maggid, taught that three principles in avodas Hashem can be learned from a child. Children are happy without any special reason, they are never idle, and they cry out when they want something.

Last week, I learned a fourth.
By Rabbi Yitzchok Tzvi Schwarz  |  Wednesday, September 10, 2014
A new school year is beginning. It’s always refreshing to see students about to start the new zeman. Bookstores are filled with parents and children picking up their necessary seforim, school supplies, and clothing. There is a look of hope and anticipation on their faces that this will be the year…the year of success and accomplishment like never before.
By Y. Koppel  |  Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The son of a doctor in London was afflicted with a dermatological condition known as asthma of the skin, a severe type of dermatitis. The doctor took his son several times to Davos, Switzerland, where the unique combination of chlorophyll from the tall trees, air, and elevation combine to form optimum conditions for relieving this painful skin disease. After spending a few weeks in Davos, the child began to feel much better.
By C. B. Weinfeld  |  Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Story of a 9/11 Survivor An Interview with Ari Schonbrun

Ari Schonbrun had an enviable job. Focused, educated and determined, he was the global head of accounts receivable for Cantor Fitzgerald, whose company employed 960 employees in the World Trade Center, occupying the top five floors of Tower One.
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