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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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Jewish history is anything but tragic. It is a tale of hope, faith and optimism, of strength, morality and light triumphing despite the harshest circumstances.
Dear readers, How are you enjoying your journey? You say you’re not currently on a journey? Well, of course you are! We all are. Our lives are one long journey. This week’s Torah portion, Massei, means “journeys,” and is about the Jewish people journeying...
Dear readers, My uncle, Rabbi Nachman Sudak z”l, recently passed away. He was my mother’s younger brother. During shiva, my mother, Rebbetzin Batsheva Schochet, spoke about her brother’s courage, strength and faith. She spoke about their life in the...
Dear Readers, Ever ask anyone to describe “heaven”? Undoubtedly, you’ll hear a range of definitions and expectations. For one, it is a spiritually sensitive celestial abode. For another, it is a luscious piece of rich, decadent chocolate. To each person,...
Dear readers, This past week I found the following e‑mail in my inbox: Dear Chana, So the seasons have changed, the winter has turned to spring and spring is turning into summer, and as I evaluate the changing seasons of my own life, I am desperate to...
The other evening, after I had lectured at a program, I had the opportunity to get to know the woman who had organized it. She was an intelligent, hardworking, yet unassuming individual whose warmth was obvious in her every gesture. After playing some...
Dear readers, Public speaking is the number-one fear in North America. But aside from the fear or anxiety that it generates, lecturing in front of an audience is also extremely humbling. It’s not just the fact that all those eyes are focused solely on you...
Dear readers, A few months ago, I was supposed to attend the out-of-town wedding of my dearest friend’s daughter. For months, I was eagerly looking forward to being at this wedding and sharing in my friend’s great happiness. And then, to my utter...
“No, please don’t happen now!” I was thinking as I was driving along the highway in the cold of the winter. We had been having some car trouble, with the engine overheating at random times. For a while we made sure to keep extra coolant fluid in our trunk...
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