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Rochel Holzkenner

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Demanding obedience is a card parents often pull as leverage in a power struggle. But have the children learned anything meaningful?
Last week I carried out a social experiment...
Growing a family is no easy feat, and for the Jewish women in Egypt, it was especially difficult.
Jacob’s Immortal Leadership
Jews don’t glorify death, even though we believe that there is glory after death. Instead, Jews celebrate life. So, long after someone dies, we continue to celebrate his or her life. Even the Torah’s description of death can be viewed as a description of ...
Is G-d looking to trip me up? Is He punishing me? Ignoring me? Am I just plain old unlucky?
Learning effective teaching skills from Moses and Aaron
Would you rather that others are nice to you, or honest with you?
How does a Moses say goodbye? What does a leader give to sustain his students for the time when he can’t give anymore?
Understanding and learning from the “Song of the Well”
Along with the sincere compassion for another person’s pain comes the sense of gratitude for not having that particular struggle in my life.
I was feeling great before she walked into the room. She came in, our eyes met, and my joie de vivre started to deflate . . .
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