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Chana Margulies

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Raised on an organic farm in Canada, Chana now lives in the mystical city of Tzfat with her husband Ariel. She teaches, gives mikvah tours and challah-baking workshops, coaches couples, and speaks about her journey through cancer treatment. Reach out to introduce yourself or for coaching services and speaking engagements.
I had started to feel bad, as if I was supposed to be so mad at G-d regarding the events of October 7 that it would affect our personal connection.
Discover the transformative power of Shabbat as it invites you to peel back the layers of identity, unmasking your true self and essence.
We are building this home together, which means being connected throughout the process.
Infusing Meaning Into Everyday Moments
The sukkah is a temporary dwelling. But that dosen’t mean the experience is limited to one week.
How can this be a time of looking honestly at our sins, a time of inner transformation, and also a time of being G-d’s beloved?
Ironically, when I close my prayer book is when I most feel like praying.
"I am so critical. Why can’t I just judge him favorably?"
G‑d can give us a family, a car, a house and a job, and I may not enjoy any of it. Why? Because no matter how good it is now, the shakiness of what about tomorrow steals the show and scares me.
There is no way that my challenge is a punishment or cruel. This is an opportunity to reach my atah—“my essence,” the part of me that remembers what it is like to be bound up with the Essence of life.
Chana wasn’t drunk. But she taught me how to be sober.
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