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Chana Weisberg

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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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Dear readers, Can you add up the following: Crystal-like droplets + rays of light + a person observing? Answer: Witnessing a beautiful, spectacular rainbow. When Noach exits the ark in this week’s Torah portion, G‑d shows him a rainbow, symbolizing His...
Dear readers, Who has said that the Jewish people are the moral conscience of the world? No, it’s not a great Jewish prophet, or a righteous non-Jew who admired the Jewish people. These words are ascribed to none other than Adolf Hitler, may his name be...
Life can be full of cyclical ups and downs, but at all times we need to remember to keep moving forward.
Dear readers, Ever notice that there are some people who just always seem to be happy? No matter their circumstance, no matter what is happening in their lives, they always seem more easygoing. There is a certain contentedness in who and what they are and...
Anna’s family escaped from Iran and lives on the West Coast. In Iran, Anna had learned about Judaism, but when she was twelve, she became obsessed with the Holocaust. She grew bitter at G‑d and decided that He would no longer be a part of her life. When...
Dear reader, At a recent wedding, I met up with an old friend. As we were catching up on the last couple of decades, her daughter passed by, and she introduced her to me. A few years earlier this daughter had suffered from Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a treatable...
Dear readers, Several weeks ago, I received a memorable e‑mail. It was from someone who years ago had attended the same school as I. We were never particularly close, and I had completely lost touch with her. She had just read my most recent book and...
Crafts for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot
As women, wives and mothers, we tend to intuitively take care of everyone else—physically, emotionally and spiritually—while selflessly neglecting ourselves, or putting our needs on the bottom of our ever-growing to-do lists.
These guardrails are meant to prevent us from allowing our feelings of swollen self-esteem to degenerate into selfishness.
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