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Chana Weisberg

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Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of six books. Her latest book, Shabbat Delights, is a two-volume series on the weekly Torah portion.
Dear Readers, In the final days of the war of 1967, when the Arab nations were banded against Israel, a group of soldiers had finally reached the Kotel, the holiest site in Judaism, and place of the first and second Temple. Many of the soldiers came from ...
Dear Readers, If I had to choose one word to describe the suffering and unhappiness in our world, it would be fragmentation. We live fragmented lives. We don’t see any connection or meaning behind the issues of our lives. We view people as separate from u...
People are scared, and not just in this sleepy town
Over Chanukah, my children visited us from Chicago. After Shabbat, after the seventh lighting of the menorah, they were preparing to leave. My son-in-law and two older grandchildren were rushing in and out, busily loading their van for their long drive ho...
Dear Readers, Over Chanukah, my children visited us from Chicago. After Shabbat, after the seventh lighting of the menorah, they were preparing to leave. My son-in-law and two older grandchildren were rushing in and out, busily loading their van for their...
Dear Readers, In the grocery stores where I live at this time of year, olive oil is practically jumping off the shelves, to be used in so many savory dishes. Whether you make traditional latkes or spruce them up with healthier versions (broccoli or zucchi...
Dear Reader, Once upon a time, humility was a sought-after trait. Our grandparents understood that if we didn’t develop a humble, selfless nature, then arrogance and self-centeredness would consume us. It wasn’t the loudest, boldest or overconfident indiv...
Dear Readers, I was recently lecturing in Southern California. In many neighborhoods, majestic mountains surround valleys, providing a scenic backdrop to the cities. At my home in Pomona, N.Y., I’m also surrounded by stately mountains. From my living-room...
Dear Readers, Recently I was talking with a teenager. In our conversation, she mentioned that she didn’t really view herself as “good.” I think on some level, many of us feel that way—we don’t think of ourselves as being such great people. But if we can’t...
Dear Readers, Have you tried to thread a needle recently? Why does the hole seem to get smaller and smaller the older I get? Without my reading glasses, the task is impossible. It looks like the thread is going directly into the hole, but when I peek thro...
Dear Readers, Some people hate airports. They are so big and busy. There’s so much noise and confusion, in addition to so much walking from one part to another. Personally, I like airports. Let me clarify: I don’t mean that I like standing in a long secur...
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