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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, My father-in-law, Rabbi Yankel Weisberg o.b.m., devoted his life to building up Torah institutions and communal organizations. In this capacity, he regularly consulted with leading Torah figures. Rabbi Yitzchak Hutner, the rosh yeshivah...
Every once in a while, the miracle just stares me in the eye and it becomes too hard to ignore.
Jewish blood. Flowing freely. On prayerbooks. On prayer shawls. And on jars of kosher pickles.
Dear readers, In this week’s Torah portion, Pharaoh wants to annihilate the Jewish people. He understands that the most effective method is through the children. If there are no future Jewish children, there is no future Jewish people. Pharaoh commanded...
Dear reader, She came over to me before my lecture and confessed that she wasn’t a believer. She wished she believed, but after years of propaganda in the FSU, belief was so hard for her. Belief in G‑d. Belief in the goodness of humanity. Belief in Torah...
Dear reader, Here are some of my favorite images: Sitting around a warm, crackling bonfire while leaning against the huge limb of one of the many trees in the woods. Cuddling near the glowing fireplace in the corner of my home, surrounded by the sounds of...
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...
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