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Elana Mizrahi

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Originally from northern California and a Stanford University graduate, Elana Mizrahi now lives in Jerusalem with her husband and children. She is a women's health & spiritual wellness coach, doula, massage therapist, writer, and author of Dancing Through Life, a book for Jewish women. She also teaches Jewish marriage classes for brides.
Our upstairs neighbors for the past four years have been, well, challenging to say the least.
I have a great story to share with you. My father was visiting us this past month, and he told us about something that happened to him when he was 2 years old. The year was 1944, and his father, my grandfather, who had been drafted into army service, was ...
What do you do, what do you say, when someone tells you that she is in pain?
As I received my diploma, many people were looking at me with either envy, admiration, or a mixture of both. At that point they thought, “This is going to be one very successful woman!” People wanted to know, what would I do next?
If a person has something of great value but doesn’t realize it, it is as if he does not really own it. In order to acquire something of value, it is first necessary to appreciate its true worth...
Discovering the Blessing in the Challenge
My stomach fell; my heart skipped beats. My throat had a lump in it, and tears were about to burst forth on my cheeks. I was exhausted, worn out and drained. We have no one to call, no one to turn to...
Is it no strength, or no desire? If I knew I was being paid big bucks to do laundry, would I find the strength? If I was preparing an important dinner for the royal family, would I find the strength to cook and clean? If a client called, would I suddenly ...
Sadly, we are influenced by a society that eats not when it’s hungry, but when it’s bored. We are distracted by access, and it’s disheartening, because we are so much more than that...
Do I look older? Do I look old? I don’t feel old, but I’m actually not sure what old feels like . . .
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if someone could help us out? If anyone who could would just help us out. But no one is helping us out. Wait, did I just say no one?
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