Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Watching Her Chase the Dragon / Watching the Dragon Catch Her by Shoshana Maniscalco - Photo by ElenaEisenstadt

Watching Her Chase the Dragon / Watching the Dragon Catch Her

An unexpected death fills this writer's heart with overwhelming sadness, and is further complicated by her feelings of guilt and regret.
Putting My Foot Down by Elena Eisenstadt

The Statue

Do you notice the symbols of injustice surrounding your every day life?
In Dire Need of a Restroom by Lily Gardner - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

In Dire Need of a Restroom

When we focus too much on what other people think of us, we tend to lose sight of what's really important...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

If you like TV shows with female leads that play the hero rather than the damsel in distress, then Buffy is a must watch!
Letters of 1934 by Emily Char

Letters of 1934

Two women in different parts of the world question where God has gone as the Holocaust looms before them.
Visits by Emily Bebenek

Visits

This story examines how aging affects our memories, which become more and more precious to cherish and keep alive.

Dear Grandma

When a loved one passes on, precious moments of prayer can become deeper in meaning and significance.
Ocean Obliteration by Arielle Goldman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Ocean Obliteration

"Have we forgotten the little control we have?"
The Rocky Record by Elena Eisenstadt

The Rocky Record

A photographic exploration that invites you to imagine what each person is climbing for: a beginning, an ending, or both.
Did Einstein Really Say That? by Rivka Mandelbaum - Photo by Audrey Honig

Did Einstein Really Say That?

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.”
Becoming a Reader by Eva Strelitz-Block - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Becoming a Reader

Beach With Cello by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Hands

We Are Loved by Sarah Young - Photo by Aliza

We Are Loved

Purple Candle - Larkyn T - jGirls Magazine

The Game

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