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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, Do you feel sad during this time of year? Do you find yourself sleeping too much, having little to no energy, or overeating? Have you noticed yourself withdrawing, or are you having difficulty making decisions and concentrating? If yes, then...
Dear Readers, Several weeks ago, during the sweltering summer heat, a short but severe thunderstorm created havoc in our neighborhood. Branches snapped due to the strong winds, collapsing on the electrical wires. From morning till evening, the electrical ...
Dear Readers, “I love spending time with you. I wish we could always just spend time together.” Which wife doesn’t enjoy hearing those loving words? Who doesn’t want their spouse to want to be together with them, enjoying their company? And yet, in realit...
Dear Readers, It’s the hug you give your 2-year-old after she defiantly ignored your warnings, fell and scraped her knees, and then came running, sobbing, into your open arms. You hold her soothingly, assuring her that the hurt will heal and your love for...
Dear Readers, Is it just me, or is it also hard for you to believe that Rosh Hashanah is around the corner? Thinking back to this time last year, so much has changed. The coronavirus hit hard, and many of us lost so much. Some have lost loved ones. Others...
Dear Readers, This week, Jews everywhere observe the Fast of the Ninth of Av, the saddest day on our calendar. Both Holy Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed on this date, unleashing a period of suffering from which our nation has never fully recovered. Th...
Dear Readers, In this week’s Torah portion, we read about the daughters of Tzelafchad and how they petitioned Moses to grant them an inheritance in the land of Israel since their father had died and had no sons. The Chassidic masters explain that each of ...
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...
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...
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