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Rosally Saltsman

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Rosally Saltsman offers Creative Consulting sessions via Zoom, providing creative, out-of-the-box solutions to people's personal and professional opportunities and challenges. She is the author of Bashert - Inspiring, True Stories About “Finding” Your Soulmate. Her new book: 100 Life Lessons I've Learned So You Don't Have To is available for purchase in both hard cover and digital formats. Please email Rosally to order a copy.
What about the things that you achieved that weren’t on your list?
There are so many commandments! Each one is so full of intricate details. So much to learn and do. Where do you start?
Try following these rules and the honeymoon need never end.
Since one of the focuses of Tu B’Av is marriage, think of someone who isn’t yet married. You can get together with a few people and brainstorm possible matches, shidduchim.
Much of our friendship was based on our working together and now she’s going to cut ties with me.
Many of us review our year and consider what we have done that requires atonement. But perhaps we should also be reconsidering our inaction—our not doing something—and how we can remedy that.
Food is tremendously spiritual, but it’s also tremendously paradoxical.
Rediscover your inner child and play along. Be flexible. Resisting is not going to help in this particular situation.
I feel rather depressed. I’m not doing anything important and have not yet found another job. But most of all, I miss having a sense of purpose and identity.
While you don’t have to suffer rudeness or disrespect, they need a little more slack than children or adults.
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