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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 five popular books.
Dear Readers, Have you ever plugged in your dying phone for its battery to be charged, only to come back several hours later to see that it hasn’t recharged at all? You’re certain that you properly plugged it into the outlet. In fact, it still is plugged ...
Dear Readers, Every time I find myself wondering if I am hovering just a little too much over my children, I think of popcorn packaging. It came in my box from Amazon the other day, protecting my new light fixture. I’m sure you, too, have encountered this...
Dear Readers, There was a funny video that was going around. A man who was cooking a large pot of soup, ladled out some, blew on it and then sampled a drop to see if the soup’s flavor needed any tweaking. Tasting that it needed more salt, he added more sa...
Dear Readers, A teenager was complaining because her school had punished her for a misdemeanor, while her partner in crime had escaped even a reprimand. “Since her father is on the school board, they won’t punish her! How can I respect such an unfair syst...
Dear Readers, In this week’s Torah portion, we are introduced to the priestly blessing. The L‑rd spoke to Moses, saying: Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying: This is how you shall bless the children of Israel, saying to them: “May the L‑rd bless you and w...
Dear Readers, We’ll be moving to a new home soon and, as a result, I’ve been doing research on paint colors. I have lots (and I mean, lots!) of samples to help me choose just the right hues. While I wasn’t surprised that muted or pastel colors have many s...
Dear Readers, I was hopping around in pain. Every step felt tortuous. No, I hadn’t broken or sprained my foot. And no, my shoes weren’t pinching. There was a far simpler reason for my pain. I had an ingrown toe nail. Did you ever have one? A miniscule pie...
Dear Readers, One day. That’s all it took. Yesterday, I looked out my living-room window, and there was this gray, tired-looking, somewhat decrepit home that had stood in that same spot for the last many decades. Today, that house is gone; all that remain...
Dear Readers, Computers and I have a tenuous relationship. I can’t live without them; they are integral in the work that I do. And yet, they aggravate me to no end, plaguing me with issues and problems that keep on cropping up. Take the other day. I was t...
Dear Readers, Life is a never-ending cycle of low points that meld into high points, only to revert back again. Every day, we experience night, only to awake to the energy of day. We work during the mundane six days of the week and then bask in the holine...
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