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Bracha Goetz

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Bracha Goetz is the Harvard-educated author of more than 40 books that help children's souls shine: Her new picture book, Don't Read This Book, helps children joyfully outsmart their inner adversary, so they don’t have to play catch-up, learning how to do this later in life, like us!
The secret police in our village watched us closely to stop us from doing anything Jewish.
Although my life appears to be headed in a great direction, I feel more and more like I am getting lost.
Iit’s perfectly natural for us to feel disconnected from our aging images. What makes us truly who we are, our essence, doesn’t get old—ever. Our bodies decline with time, but our souls don’t decline in any way...
The few brief words I say out loud into the air, I hope are going to be heard by the Cosmic Source of the Universe. And I'm hearing them. So that makes, at least, kind of two of us. But I also am coming to believe that prayers, like a butterfly's flutteri...
So it's not like I am trying to make some kind of bartering deal with the Cosmic Infinite Source of the Whole Universe. It's just that I realized that maybe I'm a lot more into a vast variety of details than I ever faced – whether it's a bus coming on tim...
I searched for spirituality elsewhere: in expressive arts, in the vastness of science, in noble humanitarian causes, in all kinds of places. Places where I believed no one would judge me superficially, by things like how I was dressed...
Life in Maale Amos
With each long stretch of uninhabited, barren land we passed, interrupted only by an occasional primitive Bedouin village or a lone, wandering donkey or sheep, I was feeling that in every sense of the phrase, I had gone too far...
My Greatest Lesson From Harvard
So there I was at Harvard's most exclusive garden party, unable to imagine any place higher. And all I was doing was standing there feeling relieved that nobody was noticing me...
Today lots of people kept coming. But they came just to see, The new little baby put into my room. Why didn't they look at me?
David was a happy boy, But one thing made him sad. He wanted to be BIG so much, He started to get mad...
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