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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.
Re'eh
Optimism and positivity. That’s the Torah’s approach to how we should view almost every circumstance.
Shabbat deLights is a collection of insights on the weekly Torah portion. Each week the reader will delight in concise and impactful essays rooted in the Biblical text, yet providing practical, empowering tools for dealing with contemporary life's many ch...
Vayigash
Dear Reader, I was speaking to a friend whose child had been sick with a life-threatening illness. I asked her about her faith. Did she have questions? Was she angry with G‑d? She told me that as she was going through her ordeal, she didn’t have time to t...
Vayeishev
How should we respond to that cynical voice within?
Noach
We may not be able to save the world, but we can build for ourselves an ark, a sanctum of time—protected and filled with meaning.
Chukat
While we sometimes might express frustration at our children’s behavior, it is obvious that our love for them is genuine. But difficult circumstances can unearth how deep this love really is.
Ki Tisa
Though we strive to have a relationship with G‑d in which we do not fail, mistakes are inevitable.
Tetzaveh
Goals, pressures, and even some crushing responsibilities can help us discover our strength and creativity.
Vayishlach
Why is life such a dark and difficult battle?
Dear Reader, I love flowers, especially roses. Soon after we moved into our new home, we planted a rosebush in our front garden. The bush has since grown and now produces beautiful, fragrant red roses every season. Just be careful if you want to pick them...
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