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We've Joined the Family by Todd Miller (no comments yet)
Dear Editor: Subject: “We've Joined the Family” (read more...)

Rabbi Saul Klein (no comments yet)
Dear Mrs. Sanders, Last Friday night, in Shul, I was sitting next to the father (read more...)

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Letter to the editor by Mindy Perlstein (no comments yet)
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Letter from an anguished mother (1 comment)
A mother's pain at the thought that her daughter may never get married (read more...)

Letter 4 by Anonymous (no comments yet)
Dear Mrs. Sander: I have a brother who has Down syndrome (read more...)

Letter 3 by Raizy Spitzer (no comments yet)
Dearest Surika: Ever since you began publishing your famous magazine (read more...)

Letter 3 by Miriam Lieberman (no comments yet)
Dear Sarah, I can't thank you enough for sharing with me the beautiful journal (read more...)

Letter 1 by Sara Devora Chrysler (no comments yet)
Dear Sarah amush: Thank you for your uniquely special publication (read more...)

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Hello. I am a 22-year-old college student who is a moderate Jew (read more...)

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Letter by Laura Henderson (no comments yet)
Dear Sarah Sander: I have just finished reading your publication from front to back (read more...)

Letter by Peri Fisher (no comments yet)
Dear Suri: Just got a look at your latest issue (read more...)

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Letter by Helen Gottesman (no comments yet)
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I would like to work with DS people in Eretz Yisroel by Gerald B. Leib (Gerry) (no comments yet)
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Advice for a first-time DS baby? (no comments yet)
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A letter from Tova's mum by Chaya B (no comments yet)
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A Letter from Rabbi Yaakov Perlow Novominsker Rav by Rabbi Yaakov Perlow Novominsker Rav (no comments yet)
It is a sign of a mature Torah community (read more...)