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The Soveya Approach

Interview with Rabbi Eli Glaser, CNWC, CWMS, Founder and Director of the Soveya SolutionA. Levy There are numerous diet programs on the market as well as many local nutritionists here inLakewood. What makes your program unique?First, I want to acknowledge that there are many fine clinicians in the Jewish community, some of whomI’ve helped begin …

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Chol Hamoed Trip Guide

In between all the meaningful Yom Tov meals and time indoors, Chol Hamoed is a great time to get fresh air and enjoy fun physical activities together with family. The Voice takes no responsibility for any errors listed below or the kashrus of any establishment. Please call any location in advance to confirm hours, availability, …

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The Shidduch Fog

Where Is the Community? I am a single girl living in Lakewood. I was so angry when I read your editorial about your relative who wants to hush the conversation about the shidduch crisis because it might be disturbing to some. Is he for real? Clearly, he is saying this because his daughter just graduated …

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The Shidduch Fog

When a person or community is facing a problem, is it better to be painfully aware of the problem or blissfully unaware? I would think that should depend on whether there is some form of hishtadlus that we can do to attempt to solve the issue that is being faced. However, that wasn’t the perspective …

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A Year Of Corona

Where we’ve been, where we are now, and where we are headed Can you believe it’s already a year since last March, when the world as we knew it came to a screeching halt? Do you remember how you felt as the reports came in and started getting closer to home? Could you ever have …

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The Derech Halimud in Yeshivos

An Interview with the Rosh Yeshiva Rav Yitzchok Sorotzkin shlita In a letter dated Elul 5764 (see last page for copy of letter), 15 prominent Roshei Yeshiva set out the proper derech halimud based on our mesorah passed on from generation to generation, in order for one to attain a proper kinyan in Torah with …

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My Morah Murik

My Morah Murik: A Model, a Morah, an Inspiration On a snowy morning, standing outside of the school building is a woman with a slight frame, a huge smile, and an even bigger heart. The school bus screeches to a halt, and as the students pile out, she doles out hugs, kisses, and words of …

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A Day Of Unprecedented Opportunity

Rabbi Schmeltzer Purim is a highlight for most children, young and old. They plan in anticipation for this long-awaited, fleeting, 24-hour period. For parents, however, it may be daunting, and an immense challenge. There are many dos—and even more don’ts. There is much to be said about what to permit and what to forbid. Common …

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Bonei Olam

Will They Ever Hear the Sound of Joy? Bonei Olam’s breathtaking scope of services Bonei Olam creates miracles. Everyone’s heard of Bonei Olam, but the depth and breadth of Bonei Olam’s endeavors are beyond the knowledge of the average person. Many people are aware of the funding provided by Bonei Olam to couples experiencing infertility. …

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Shidduchim During Covid-19

COVID-19 and the Future of Shidduchim Dina Steinberg He pulls up at the house at the agreed upon time, 7:30 sharp. He adjusts his tie and leans back to grab the hat lying on the backseat. Walking up the stone pathway that leads to the front door, he mentally reviews the short vort he’s prepared …

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