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Gitty Stolik

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Gitty Stolik is a mother and grandmother living in Brooklyn, and an educator who helps challenged children realize their hidden potential. She is the author of It's OK to Laugh and NEW JOY, Response to a Changing World, and the editor of Our Vogue, a publication dedicated to highlighting the beauty of Jewish modesty.
Ruth's son suddenly died. All those people who had known her son were not there to assuage her loneliness.
Do you know what genuine joy is? Can you describe perfect joy?
A Metaphorical Journey Into Pleasure and Acceptance
Sometimes, what we crave is refreshing, restorative water to slake our thirst … like a Jew’s soul thirsts to reconnect to its G-dly source.
Harness the Body’s Passion to Increase the Soul’s Joy
Which experience do you think is more elevated—dancing up a storm at a wedding, or talking to G‑d during your morning prayers? Savoring a fresh chocolate doughnut on Chanukah, or delving into a book of Torah?
Rav Beroka, a Talmudic sage, was surveying the scene in a marketplace together with the prophet Elijah. He asked the prophet, “Who in this marketplace is deserving of olam haba [the world to come]?” Elijah pointed out two individuals who seemed quite ordi...
If we are all fools before G‑d, how do we know what the correct path is?
Do you ever fantasize about making a bold change in your life, perhaps starting a new career or moving to another city?
I learned early on that consideration and respect allow for success.
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