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Shula Bryski, co-director of Chabad of Thousand Oaks, teaches three ongoing adult education classes and enjoys exploring the deeper dimensions of life with her students. An accomplished pianist, her favorite pastimes include playing classical music and laughing with her six children. She has an editing and speech-writing business at rentaspeech.com.
As the Rebbe’s chassidim waited worriedly for him to arrive, he was climbing deep into the woods, with a sack on his back, to chop down wood...
It's always been a hard concept for me to wrap my mind around. Not because I'm not willing to work- but because it doesn't seem to make sense, spending most of our lives immersed in the less-than appealing. Unless...
A Lesson from Adam and Eve
One can only know- if the other feels safe to reveal, and if one is receptive to it....
There is something extraordinary about the figures that actually live in your life. They are the heroes and heroines in the things that go unnoticed...
The Power of Lighting Shabbat Candles
"The very last time zone is at the furthest point on earth, which is the Aleutian Islands. And the Aleutian Islands is the very last place in the world every Friday to have the opportunity to light Shabbat candles! You and your mother have this opportunit...
How We Define Ourselves
Today's world demands labels. Labels make us feel important, give us a sense of belonging. But is my Jewish identity just the sum of a few labels?...
Two weeks ago, I did not know you. Now, I am searching your beautiful face, reading about you everywhere, haunted that a Jewish sister was murdered because of who she was, and the goodness she did...
Sometimes, the real way to live in the moment, to accomplish something, is to do nothing...
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