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Rosally Saltsman

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Rosally Saltsman is a freelance writer originally from Montreal living in Israel. Click here for free inspiring e-books by Rosally Saltsman and Robin Meyerson.
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.
While it’s true that everything is directed from Above, the one thing that isn’t are our choices and reactions, and to a large extent, they help determine our destiny.
Even now there are many things that we can safely do to help others.
You don’t have to be a Torah scholar or expert chef to host a Friday-night dinner or Saturday lunch.
How can I help her become stronger so she can survive in a world that’s not always fair and tactful, and so that she’s not constantly suffering a maelstrom of emotion?
I’ve dated for many years, but am still looking for my soulmate. What more can I do?
I have done everything in my power to pay back my debts, but every time I make a little headway, something happens to plunge me into debt again.
I felt like I’d been slapped. “I was just being polite,” I answered and then shot out of the room…
When your success is linked to the success of others, you have a greater chance of success because you’re working for the common good.
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