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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.
As the daughter of Max Azria of the BCBG fashion empire, Joyce's life revolved around the pursuit of materialism until she began her own spiritual journey--to a life imbued with the beauty of Shabbat, mitzvot, and faith in G-d.
Bashi was diagnosed with bipolar, depression, and anxiety as a young mother. Through her challenges, she discovered her power of belief in G-d, the gift of Chassidic teachings, and the power of meeting and sharing with others.
Batsheva Oberlander, shlucha in Hungary, talks about her refugee work, and is joined by a refugee from Ukraine, who is en-route to Israel.
Dear Readers, When does something become antique, vintage or classic? According to some, an item should be at least 100 years old to be defined as an antique. But when does the item start to become an antique? Really, from the moment it was made, it begin...
An interview with Aliza Silberstein, who fled with her family, including nine children
I woke up at 4 a.m. this past Friday morning; I couldn’t fall back asleep. Late Thursday afternoon, I had interviewed Aliza Silberstein, Chabad-Lubavitch emissary to Chernigov, Ukraine. She had just arrived safely in Romania after a harrowing 50-hour jour...
Aliza Silberstein, Shlucha in Chernigov, Ukraine, shares what the last many days have been like for her and her family following the horrific outbreak of war.
Dear Readers, Some days are great. Life seems to be smiling at us. The more we accomplish the more energized we become. Outside, the sun is shining, just as brilliantly as our inner sun. The world feels stable and at peace. But many days are not like that...
Dear Reader, As a child, I remember hearing about a far-away place, called Kyiv. My mother was born in the city of Kyiv during the Communist Soviet regime. In the summer of 1946, as a young teenager, she and her family fled to freedom. Many of the cities ...
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