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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.
A Dream Comes True
An interview with Elisheva Martinetti and Sofya Tamarkin in conversation with Chana Weisberg. Elisheva was born in North-East China, studied in Israel and Australia before converting to Judaism, and now teaches Chassidic thought in London. Sofya is a writ...
Dealing with Challenges, an Epidemic and Sibling Rivalry
Discover more about the life of King David, his deep faith, and the pivotal role of his mother Nitzevet.
A candid interview by Chana Weisberg with Rus Devorah Wallen, LCSW, ACSW, founder of Toratherapeutics, who shares real tools to improve our emotional wellbeing during our new ‘normal’ in these trying times.
A Shavuot message inspired by the words of King David
Insights from the weekly Torah portion on how to invest in your most important relationship.
Dear Readers, On Shavuot, we read: “In the third month after the exodus from Egypt, they came to the wilderness of Sinai ... and Israel encamped there before the mountain.” (Exodus 19) The Mechilta comments: “Everywhere else it is written, ‘They traveled ...
Dear Readers, This week, we begin the book of Bamidbar, which is also known as the book of Numbers (Chamesh HaPekudim) because it begins and ends with a detailed census. All of Israel who were warriors, of draftable age, were counted. “To count” in Hebrew...
Discover the most effective ways to communicate and how to find opportunity even within the difficulties of our times.
Dear Readers, The coronavirus has attacked; every death that is its victim is agonizing. Fortunately, though, most people seem to recover from the virus, many without even knowing that they had contracted it. According to the Centers for Disease Control a...
Dear Readers, This week is the last week of the Hebrew month of Nissan. During this month, we have an opportunity to recite a blessing on a fruit tree that has begun to bud. This is a blessing said but once a year. I read the words: “Blessed are You, L‑rd...
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