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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 reader, It was the last weekend of the summer, and we seized the opportunity to visit my parents in Toronto. After a beautiful Shabbat together, we decided to break up our long drive home by stopping midway. That is how we found ourselves driving alo...
Dear reader, Ever watch children? They have an inner happiness, a joie de vivre. They are comfortable to just be who they are, uninhibited by others’ judgments, without any self-consciousness. As children mature, though, they begin comparing themselves to...
Dear readers, Stand in front of a full length mirror and take a good look at yourself. You may notice the style or color of your clothes, the five pounds you recently gained or lost, that you’re having a particularly good or bad hair day, or the wrinkles ...
Who will win? Who will lose? Who will pay steep penalties?
Dear reader, The Jews in the shtetls were simple, but careful to keep mitzvot to the best of their knowledge. They set times for daily prayers and respected Torah learning. They were sincere Jews who tried their best. But, for many, an ice had formed arou...
How many battles did you fight today? None, you say? Think again. Did you fight fatigue in order to pry your eyes open this morning? Did you fight the mad traffic jam to navigate to work? At the office, did you fight laziness to climb the stairs instead o...
Can I tempt you? Invest 3 minutes of your time for the next month or so. In return, you will find hope, faith and consolation.
The important thing for me was just to keep on moving, which I knew was great exercise, even with my sloppy strokes.
Dear reader, This past Sunday was visiting day at my daughter’s overnight camp. Waiting for their parents to arrive, campers stood by the gate, gazing down the road, expectantly. As we drove into the camp grounds--the second car to arrive--I spotted my da...
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