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What does an authentic experience mean to you? What parts of your life are “plastic simulations”?

The Plastic Life

The Plastic Life

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The Plastic Life

What does an authentic experience mean to you? What parts of your life are “plastic simulations”?
Galut, Moshiach and the Future Redemption, Authenticity, Fish

What does an authentic experience mean to you? What parts of your life are “plastic simulations”? What is “true reality”?

Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. 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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Anonymous anon via chabadchampselysees.com December 6, 2009

Most Inspiring I am so grateful to my friend for forwarding me this video. Truly beautiful thought - in less than 2 minutes! I've never considered myself afilliated with Chabad, though am now developing a true appreciation for it.
Thank you! Reply

David Shuter MD Palm bch gardens, Florida August 30, 2009

your videos Dear Chana-

Just a quick note - You and your short videos are very inspiring. In short- you're awesome! Reply

sue Kanata, ON June 23, 2009

great! Your best video yet! I hope one day your son will set them free, and they develop a culture out of appreciation for the great one who released them, then they'll roam the earth, teaching Freedom is Yours! Reply

Anonymous RPB, FLA June 23, 2009

The Fish World Chana dear, everything you write, I read, with interest! You are a gifted writer and from every passage, I learn and grow!Your piece on the plastic life is a great comparison to our own lives.

We adore fish in our home and now there is a different focus for me as to what is represented here.

Thank you for the analogy and your important words and thoughts.

Much gratitude and many blessings,

Looking forward,

DRB Reply

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