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Parenting; Parenthood

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Each child has opened my heart wider, not only to that child but to the others as well. Each child makes me a better parent to all of our children.
In twenty-four articles and stories, mothers and fathers tell of the love and the pain, the joy and the fears, the wisdom and the faith, the mystery and the mysticism of having children
Everyone can become a “mother.” What comes naturally to the female half of creation can be learned and assimilated by all, and not only in giving birth to children, but in every one of life’s endeavors.
This week's Parshah discusses the avoidance of slander or gossip, lashon hara. It may sound blatantly obvious that a community will function better without gossip, slander and telling tales. Why did the Torah need to tell us? Yet like so many other things...
Laws and customs pertaining to pregnancy, labor, birth, and the new mother.
The experience of galut (exile) is compared to a state of pregnancy.
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