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Chana Weisberg

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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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A tiny sliver of wood, so small it was hardly discernable. But, it taught me a wonderful lesson.
After enduring decades defined by pain and suffering, finally the Jewish people escaped from their horrific, backbreaking slavery in Egypt. At last this grueling chapter of their lives was coming to a close, and they could savor the sweet taste of...
Dear reader, Wow, YOU did it! This Friday night, after weeks of preparation and anticipation, we’ll be sitting down for the much-anticipated Seder beginning the Passover holiday. Over the last couple of months, in my own home, we’ve been renovating our...
Dear reader, The countdown has begun. There’s about two weeks left until the Passover holiday begins. Supermarkets in major Jewish cities are in a frenzy. Shelves have been cleared of cakes and snacks, and are now covered with shelving paper and stacks of...
Dear readers, Here’s the experiment: Count how many times today you send yourself negative self-messages. Any self-directed criticism telling you that you “are not enough” counts as one. For example, tally how many times you berate yourself for not acting...
Dear reader, In the art of Japanese flower arrangements, space is left around each of the flowers, in order to properly appreciate the beauty of every flower. The empty space is considered just as important as each flower to achieve the overall effect....
Dear readers, One of the most dramatic scenes from our nation’s history unfolds as Moses descends Mt. Sinai holding the tablets containing the Ten Commandments. Witnessing his people worshipping a golden calf, he throws down the tablets, shattering the...
Dear readers, Years ago, I was taking my daughter to playgroup for her very first time. The pit in my stomach was growing; my anxiety was palpable. And yet, for her sake, I knew I needed to put on a mask of confidence and joy—even at that excruciating...
Dear reader, The two “chanced” to meet. She was eighteen, returning to Upstate, NY from a Birthright trip. The visit to our holy land had sparked her interest in Judaism. Sitting next to her on the plane was Sara Shemtov, the Rebbe’s shluchah in...
Dear reader, Can you think of a woman whom you really respect and look up to? What qualities does she have? What does she do to enhance her environment? Timed to coincide with the yahrtzeit (anniversary of passing) of the Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya...
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