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Karen Kaplan

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Karen Kaplan, a native Chicagoan, lives in Evanston, Ill., where she actively volunteers in the community.
Humans can only see so far, but if we had the ability to view everything through G‑d’s eyes, we’d see the “sunshine,” the goodness, in all He created.
I’ve been saying these words for so many years that they are engraved in my mind. Impossible to remove, impossible to change.
More important than wondering “What if?” about the past is asking, “What now?
I entered the showroom, and as luck would have it, the first car I saw had everything I wanted.
Only G‑d knows everything that goes on in a person’s mind and life, while we humans see merely a snapshot.
The floor was covered with rusty tools and toilet parts, and all I had to show for it was a now empty bag of cookies.
After the vaccine, I was again afraid and anxious, this time about going out.
The Four-Step Journey to Happy
In one heartbeat, I lost my husband, my best friend, my partner and my career.
The ability to send invisible, silent signals through the air, to pass them through a mechanical device and transform them into soundl—now that’s what I call a miracle!
When I think of strudel, I also see much in common with the ultimate in sweetness and perfection, our holy Torah. Yes, strudel and Torah. How is that possible, you ask? Let me explain.
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