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A short insight on Parshat Bereishit
“Why?” I ask myself. “Why is this woman always a prisoner to the past and to what she lacks?”
Simchat Torah
For maximum effect, you need to deal with your 'challenge' from all sides. You need to focus the setting, gather your energy beforehand and then dispense it evenly and deliberately. A sudden spill of...
What is our responsibility toward the environment? To what lengths must we go to protect open spaces or endangered species? And are we at fault for natural disasters?
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Simply Special
I savor the scene of Bubby with Chaim Boruch. They enjoy a closeness and bond that is unique and loving, full of laughter, playfulness and the incredible language of silence.
Life Lessons
About an hour or so before Shabbat arrives, there’s a set of loud, repetitive knocks on my door. On the other side stands a mostly toothless woman, often carrying the overwhelming scent of the...
Dear Rachel
I don’t want to create tension in my family, but I also want to help them. What do I do?

Dear Readers,

It was my granddaughter’s first day of playgroup. My daughter had prepared her well. They had packed her knapsack, including some of my granddaughter’s favorite comfort toys.

Yesterday, I listened as my daughter described how difficult this was for her. She was filled with uncertainty. Should she wait another year to enroll her, or would that just create more separation...

The cunning snake attacked the woman’s very existence by making her see what she didn’t or shouldn’t have. When a person is focused on what went “wrong,” what “they” lost, what they “don’t” have, they can destroy themselves.
— Why My Rich Friend Is Poor
Handy Household Hacks
Cleaning an Iron

Need to clean your iron? Run your hot iron over a piece of aluminum foil, and dirt and starch will come right off.

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