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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.
What Are Your Priorities?
Here's why an inflexible list of goals or priorities that doesn’t accommodate change, leaves you lacking.
Dear Readers, Do you ever feel alone, even though you are surrounded by other people? You may have different values from those around you. You may feel like an outsider. And that’s just when you may be presented with a challenge: an opportunity to get rec...
Enough of This Not-Enoughness
We are constantly assaulted with the message: "You are not enough.” When are "not enough" messages positive and empowering, and when do they become paralyzing?
Dear Readers, As the seasons change, our daylight hours become increasingly shorter, and the nights, coldness and darkness become longer and more intense. This week, we usher in the Jewish month of Kislev. Now is the time when we especially appreciate cud...
Being Religious is Not a Quick Fix
Here's a confession. Torah observant Jews have questions. They can have crisis of faith, moments of feeling isolated and abandoned by G d.
Parshat Chayei-Sarah
How to Thrive Despite Adversity
Do we justify our failings by laying the blame on our circumstances? Our matriarch, Rivka, teaches how to thrive despite adversity.
Dear Readers, Close your eyes and try to imagine a holy experience. What did you picture? Was it a transcendent mystical moment on a sacred day like Yom Kippur? Was it a spiritual, out-of-body experience? Was it at some hallowed place, like the Western Wa...
Parshat Vayeira
Ignore G-d, but Don’t Ignore His Children!
Just as every parent would forego their personal honor and willingly wait while you tend to his or her child, this, too, is G d’s greatest pleasure.
Dear Readers, Sometimes, when I look around, I feel surrounded by negativity, by doom and gloom. I see the many social wrongs that are being tolerated. I discern rampant judgmentalism and condescension in our communities. I see a world that is very far fr...
Parshat Lech-Lecha
Why a Seed Grows in Darkness
Leaving behind the old “I” of everything I know can be really scary. But free from these limiting expectations, we can produce our greatest yield.
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