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Chana Silberstein

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Chana Silberstein is a developmental psychologist and educational director of the Chabad House in Ithaca, New York
When the earth was first conceived In the mind of G-d When the universe was no more than a whispered, "Let There Be,"
Human history is littered with examples of ideas that were thought beautiful in their time, and continued to have a following long after their inherent ugliness—and evil—was revealed.
The story of Hannah, the Haftorah of Rosh Hashanah, is a tale richly woven of many strands. It is a story of devotion and of love, of service and of sacrifice.
Doing good without believing in reward is the flip side of doing good only for reward. In the one case, good is constrained to the metaphysical; in the other, it is limited to a crass physical expression . . .
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