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What does your mind have in common with a bunch of pretty flowers? Both can become too cluttered...

Flowers in Space

Flowers in Space


What does your mind have in common with a bunch of pretty flowers?

Both can become too cluttered...

Chana Weisberg is the editor of She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.
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October 8, 2012
Jump N Glide
This is a very nice blog that I will definitively come back to more times this year! Thanks for informative post.
Jump N Glide
pakistan, karachi
July 13, 2010
Nice effort, very informative, this will help me to complete my task.
send flowers to germany
germany, London
February 5, 2010
The Space Around Us
I'm in a commenting mood, Chana and you make a good point. An example with the Japanese flower arrangments (not exactly flowers) but Bonzai trees must never be planted in the exact center of a pot. The tree must be planted off to a side. You can see this very clearly in the Prospect Park Botanical Garden display; well worth the time if you've never seen it. As far as personal space is concerned, someone claustrophobic like myself has no argument with that. Sometimes invitations to all kinds of parties gets in my way. What should I say, know who you are, don't hurt anyone, and be happy in your skin.
Harold Braunsteub
Brooklyn, NY
January 18, 2010
beautiful. thank you
yochay Jerby
Zurich, Switzerland
January 17, 2010
thank you G-d for letting me listen to this
toronto, ont
January 17, 2010
Hearing the Small, Still Voice Within
I really connected with this video's message. In today's hectic world, the default is to be attuned to all the sounds around us. It's a challenge to focus on hearing my own soul's small (hopefully growing stronger :-) voice.
Chaya Bluma
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