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Chana Cotlar

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Chana Cotlar, a mother and inspirational speaker, co-directs the Chabad of Cary Jewish Center in North Carolina.
Exile is not just a physical displacement from our land; it is a spiritual displacement.
Mi Keamcha Yisroel, “Who is like your People, the Nation of Israel!”
One by one, I found myself bumping into people I had known years back but hadn’t engaged with for some time.
At its core, the mitzvah of modesty is about redefining the way we look at ourselves; the way we define our identity.
How fortunate we are that G-d, in his abounding kindness, wove the institution of nightly sleep into the fabric of our daily lives!
The nature of panic mode is such that it hyper-focuses us on the most obvious and immediate problem, often blinding us to the subtle yet deeply important messages that the problem signals.
The kosher status of the food we eat has a tremendous impact on our spiritual sensitivity.
I view “Foresight” as a special gift. We are sometimes afforded the singular ability to look at our lives from the vantage point of “Hindsight,” with all the wisdom contained therein, yet with the chronological positioning to be able to let that wisdom in...
While my day-to-day involvement in Chabad activities and programs has waxed and waned depending on what my children were up at that particular period of time (think colicky babies), there is one area that I never wanted to cut back on: the time I invested...
With each breath I take, I hear You whispering: “You are my precious G‑dly soul, sent to Earth anew each day.”
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