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Ruti Mizrachi
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Raises crops of boys. Lives in and loves Israel.
Raises crops of boys. Lives in and loves Israel.

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A truly exceptional option for homeschoolers!

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An Exciting Homeschooling Option
Yom revi'i, 29 Shevat 5777. Once in a while, you get to be part of a project that touches your heart. (With God's help, I will have the opportunity to teach at this online academy in the fall.) If this looks like something you've been looking for -- or if y...

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Not bad, eh? Only two in nine years is pretty good for an immigrant. And at the end of it, lessons were available for both sides...

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Second Meltdown in Nine Years
Yom rishon, 16 Shevat 5777. Dear Lady in the Audience: Thank you for publicly reminding me how stupid I am. Love, Every Olah Chadasha in the Audience with You When I arranged to attend the concert, I really didn't expect to understand anything. I was just l...

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Hidden Figures: From Disrespect to Dignity
Yom rishon, 9 Shevat 5777. I grew up in a time after the civil rights battles of the Sixties had already been fought by brave people of many colors, standing shoulder to shoulder. Not that the fight is over -- for as long as men believe themselves to be mor...

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What's Your Favorite Day of the Week?
Yom shishi, 7 Shevat 5777. I am sure that in religious Jewish circles, the "correct" answer to the question of favorite day of the week is the holy Shabbat. The Sabbath certainly is a precious day, filled with good food, dedicated time with friends and fami...

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A modified version of a writing assignment. May we share more joyful memories. If you celebrate, Happy Thanksgiving. Even if you don't, may you have much for which to be grateful.

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November 22, 1963
Yom revi'i, 22 Heshvan 5777/ 22 November 2016 I love my writing class. I call it a "writing salon," because it makes me think of the old and decadent days of great writers who huddled together perfecting their craft around some wealthy patron's table. We do...

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A sukkah full of memories -- from the past and the future.
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