IN THIS ISSUE

MESSAGES FROM OUR CURRENT CRISIS:

EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION

THE CURRENT CRISIS AND ITS CAUSES, BASED ON AN ESSAY BY Rabbi Elchanan Bunim Wasserman, Zt”l

THE ONE WHO IS IN CHARGE HERE, Rabbi Shlorno Furst, BASED ON LECTURES BY RABBI CHAIM PINCHAS SCHEINBERG, Shlit”a

A LETTER FROM RABBI MICHEL YEHUDA LEFKOWTZ, Shlit”a

THE FINANCIAL MARKET MELTDOWN: AN OPPORTUNITY AND A CHALLENGE TO BE NOSEI BE’OL IM CHAVEIRO, Dr. Meir Wikler

LETTER FROM JERUSALEM:

DEMORALIZING OBSTINACY: PRIME MINISTER OLMERT’S REFUSAL TO GO QUIETLYY INTO THE NIGHT, Yonoson Rosenblum

REMEMBERING THE PONOVEZHER RAV, FROM THE MEMOIRS OF RABBI SHLOMO LORINCZ

OF PUBLIC RECORD

TIME TO RECONNECT… AND DISCONNECT, Rabbi Avi Shafran

A QUIET VOICE IN THE THUNDER, INSIGHTS DRAWN FROM MRS. ESTHER FARBSTEIN IS HIDDEN IN THUNDER. PERSPECTIVES ON FAITH, HALACHA AND LEADERSUIP DURING THE HOLOCAUST, Mrs. Shira Schmidt

MOTIVATING OUR CHILDREN: WHOSE JOB IS IT ANYVVAY? Mrs. Rifka Schonfeld

MUSIC AT CELEBRATIONS;

TONE IT DOWN, Rabbi Pinchos Jung

THE MUSIC IS TOO LOUD!, Dr Levi Reiter

KEEPERS OF THE FAITH?, Rabbi Naftali Hoff

MUSINGS:

WE LOVED OUR ALTEH BOBBEH, BUT HER NAME WILL NEVER DO, Dr Bernard Fryshman

SECOND THOUGHTS ON NAMING FOR THE BOBBEH, Rabbi Mendel Weinbach

BUBBIE, A POEM BY Chaim Kwass

REVIEW OF RABBI SHIMON FINKELMAN’S BELOVED BY ALL, Rabbi Yosef C. Golding

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