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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.
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.
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.
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.
A Yom Kippur Message
The Day Is Almost Over, and You Still Haven’t Repented!
Why read about the Jewish people’s enemy on Yom Kippur; a day that represents the intimate bond between the Jewish soul and G-d?
A Rosh Hashanah Message
What One Woman Taught the World About Prayer
If everything originates from G-d, why pray to Him to change His plan? And, how can we “demand” more goodness while realizing how unworthy we are?
Parshat Re’eh
The One Time You Should NOT Think Positively
Judaism teaches us to be optimistic and positive, to highlight what we have rather than what is lacking. But here’s one time when this attitude is absolutely destructive.
Parshat Eikev
No Free Rides
The Shema contains fundamental beliefs about G‑d, Torah and mitzvot. But much of the second paragraph repeats the first. Why the need for this repetition?
Parshat Vaetchanan
Don’t Let Somebody Take Away What’s Most Precious to You
If someone tries to hijack your connection to G-d by being the embodiment of a negative representative, just don’t allow them!
Parshat Devarim
How I Felt About Sending My Child Away
Ultimately, I trusted her to her own devices, realizing that it is time for her to experience independence. And perhaps that’s a bit like this week’s parshah.
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