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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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Dear reader, There is no denying that reading the news nowadays is not a happy activity. We’re inundated with tragic stories. It feels like our world is going crazy. Several weeks ago, when I read about the ghastly butchering of fathers in prayer shawls,...
Dear reader, I was driving the other evening. It wasn’t late, but due to the short daylight hours, it was dark. Very dark. And the street was winding. Only discernible within the cloak of blackness were short, shining red lines in front of me, and from...
Dear reader, A man I know was raised religious but chose to leave this path. Before Yom Kippur, he invited his friends to “a pig-eating fest” at his home, on this holiest day of the Jewish calendar. I don’t judge him. I believe that the many vicissitudes...
Dear reader, Did you notice that the days are getting shorter and the nights darker and colder? This week we welcomed the Hebrew month of Kislev, which kicks off the winter season and the shortest daytime hours. In this week’s Torah portion we are...
Dear reader, Anne aspired to work in the modeling field. She realized, however, that even if she lost the requisite pounds, she couldn’t grow the necessary inch. Her face, too, while striking and exotic, lacked the symmetry that defined conventional...
Is it just me, or does it seem like every other week we learn of another scandal involving some powerful, prominent leader? A pious teacher who preached the high ground was found in a compromising circumstance . . . or the influential, squeaky-clean...
This past summer, I was asked to speak for a group of women here on Tisha B’Av. The talk was meant to be upbeat and infuse us all with some needed inspiration on that long fast day commemorating our long exile replete with so much pain and tragedy. Among...
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.
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