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Hanna Perlberger

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Hanna Perlberger, Esquire, manages the firm of Perlberger Law Associates, P.C., where her practice is in Trusts and Estates and Family Law. Ms. Perlberger also serves on the Board of Chasdei Eliyahu, a non-profit organization providing resources for Jewish needy families in the greater Philadelphia area, and Pasión y Arte, a Flamenco dance troupe, based in Philadelphia.
It should come as no surprise that doing good correlates to feeling good.
I decided to overcome my “stranger danger” to tell Christopher’s dad how much I appreciated their kindness, and I complimented him on the fine job he was doing raising his son.
G‑d’s compassion was not based on our “deserving” it. And that is the deep reality of compassion: It is not earned; rather, it is given.
A man gets into his car and decides, in the name of “optimism,” that he won’t buckle up. Is he an optimist or is he foolish?
One of the hallmarks of being a slave is the inability to control anything, specifically time.
We share a communal identity and destiny, where we celebrate and mourn as one.
When we can look back at the events of our past and embrace them for being the perfect training ground for who we are today, then we can begin to be the authors of our own lives.
We can act with compassion or criticism, curiosity or control, unconditional love or judgment. Instead of resisting life, let life be your teacher.
Attaining a state of coherence gives us more than a happy brain. It is fundamental to our well-being and ability to cope with the stressors and challenges of life.
Whatever the nature of a conflict, it is not the objective facts that drive it, but our thoughts that create the story around it.
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