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Chana Weisberg

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Dear Readers, As the war in Israel continues and develops into various stages, our hearts and minds are with all our dear brothers and sisters. One of the beautiful things that has emerged from this intense darkness is the many inspiring acts of light, ki...
Dear Readers, The seasons have changed, our daylight hours have become increasingly shorter, and the nights, coldness, and darkness have become longer and more intense. It is hard to believe that a month and a half has passed since the horrific Simchat To...
Dear Readers, Over the last few weeks, I’ve been interviewing people from Israel. By hearing their stories, we get a better feel for the tragic suffering that resulted from the barbaric events on Oct. 7, and we understand more about the personal ramificat...
Dear Readers, These are unsettling times. We are four weeks into the war in Israel. Our courageous soldiers are on the front lines, fighting for the security of our people. Over 200 of our kidnapped hostages still need to return home safely. Meanwhile, ac...
Dear Readers, I recently read a Facebook post that asked, “How has your life changed since the brutal massacre by Hamas on October 7, 2023?” I found the responses interesting and meaningful. Here is a sampling: It might be faster to say how life is still ...
Dear Readers, A cousin posted this on our family chat: I spoke with my niece in Jerusalem this morning, and she told me a story that demonstrates the unity of our nation. This past Shabbat, exactly a week after the horrific attack by Hamas, as her husband...
Dear Readers, As I write these words, our brave troops are gathered at the Gaza border preparing for an imminent ground incursion to protect and defend our nation. Thirteen hundred Jewish men, women, and children have been killed; more than 3,000 have bee...
Dear Readers, My apologies that this email has been delayed. For the last number of years, almost like clockwork, thejewishwoman.org’s email has been sent out early to fill your week with inspiration. But after hearing about the horrific events happening ...
Dear Readers, The Hebrew language is rich with meaning; even the slightest variation in a word can carry profound significance. Such is the case with the Hebrew words for exile and redemption. The Hebrew word for exile is golah, while redemption is geulah...
Dear Readers, Without my high-prescription progressive glasses, the words on the sign down the road become a blur, while the letters on the magazine in my hand conspire to dance off the page, mocking my attempts to read them. Yes, the words and images exi...
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