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Struggle, Challenge & Adversity

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The “bad” parent is not the one whose child ends up doing the wrong thing. The “bad” parent is the one who doesn’t intervene, react, and try to change the situation once it happens...
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The ultimate tutorial for surmounting every rock, mountain and cliff-hanger of life.
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When your life depends upon it, there is only one you.
Dina Hurwitz shares the story of her life with her husband, the beloved Rabbi Yitzi, who was diagnosed with ALS as he turned 40 years old. This talk was filmed at a women’s event hosted by Chabad of Talbiya and Chabad of Baka in Jerusalem, Israel (2019).
Discover profound mystical insights into overcoming our personal challenges and limitations.
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