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Hanna Perlberger

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Sometimes, a journey is only about reaching the destination. Other times, it’s about what happens along the way.
The Desert The Torah portion, Bamidbar, which means “in the wilderness” or “in the desert,” is read before the holiday of Shavuot, which is when we received the Torah on Mount Sinai. The classic commentary on this is that the best state in which to receiv...
While there are exceptions to the rule, when motivation to change stems merely from wanting to avoid a bad outcome, rather than obtaining a good result, the change is usually temporary.
Why is it that two people can witness the same event but have opposite accounts of what transpired?
Without humility, it’s impossible to look in the mirror and assess yourself realistically. Either your flaws will be invisible so that you can’t work on them, or in your overly critical mind, the only thing you can see are your weaknesses, and you will be...
On any given day, in the news are reports of someone being indicted for some kind of white-collar crime. I wait for the name of the alleged perpetrator. Not Jewish? I breathe a sigh of relief. Whenever Jews, and especially religious Jews, make the news fo...
Kedoshim
How could the newly liberated Jew know what his or her real self was? How could a recently freed slave understand his or her potential, much less how to actualize it?
Acharei Mot
Leaving Egypt was not just a physical change in geography.
Metzorah
Unresolved repetitive conflict ultimately prevents people from reaching their relationship potential.
Tazria
How can we be punished for negative speech when what we say is actually true? And why is the punishment one of expulsion and isolation?
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