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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, Have you ever imagined what would have been if Adam and Eve had acted differently? I don’t mean that they wouldn’t have eaten the forbidden fruit. On some level, that was part of the Divine plan. We weren’t created perfectly, like mechanical...
Dear Readers, And you shall take for yourselves . . . the splendid fruit of a tree, fronds of dates, the branch of the thick-leafed tree and aravot of the river . . . On Sukkot, we make a blessing on the Four Kinds. Each one is so noticeably different; th...
Dear Readers, If you had to strip away all the outer layers of yourself, what would be left? What remains at the core of your being when you remove social mores, other people’s reflections of you and even your own view of yourself? Take away your talents ...
The Avinu Malkeinu Prayer
Dear Readers, One of my favorite prayers sung on Rosh Hashanah (as well as on specific times during the year, like on public fasts days and during the 10 days of repentance) is Avinu Malkeinu, where we repeatedly request blessings and salvation from G‑d, ...
Dear Readers, Nowadays, positive psychology assures us that we can be whoever we want to be. It is just a matter of thinking positively, training our mindset or attracting positive forces to our life. Gain the confidence to chase your dreams. Mind over ma...
Dear Readers, “Did you check the Google Analytics report? How many clicks did the article get?” “Let’s evaluate his record and crunch the numbers to see how valuable he is for our organization.” “Is she an ‘influencer’? How many followers does she have on...
Dear Readers, The land of Israel had always been dependent on rain for its sustenance. The Talmud shares stories of when a drought became so severe that communities undertook fasts to pray for the much-needed rain. Here are two stories where the people’s ...
Dear Readers, Have you ever experienced a challenging situation and found yourself saying, “G‑d! Please can You hug me? Show me that you love and care for me!” This week’s haftarah can classify as G‑d’s hug and perhaps we should bookmark it to read whenev...
Dear Readers, This Shabbat is Shabbat Nachamu, called by the first words of the day’s haftarah, prophetic reading, Nachamu, nachamu ami,“ Comfort, comfort My people … ,” consoling the Jewish people for our suffering during exile. This is the first of seve...
Dear Readers, We are now in the month of Av, approaching Tisha B’Av, the day when both Holy Temples were set aflame, we were dispersed to exile, and G‑d’s presence was no longer openly manifest. This is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar. Here are thr...
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