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It’s the dull and ugly work that cultivates the lowest turf, dragging down the awareness of G‑d to the lowest plane and helping Him to fulfill His desire.
It began with a late-night text from Dena, a close friend of mine: “Don’t want you to worry, but we had a fire. Thank G‑d, we managed to get out in time, but the house is gone.”
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Mental Health
Coming Back from the Black Hole of Depression
First Person
"There’s this amazing woman, Mom, and she takes care of all the soldiers. Her name’s ‘Doda (Aunty) Mary.’ "
Meet Rabbi Eli and Chaya Rochel Estrin, authors of “Of Medicine, Miracles and Mindsets”, in a fascinating interview with Chana Weisberg, where the Estrins describe their story to save their miracle...

Have you ever experienced a challenging situation and found yourself saying, “G‑d! Please can You hug me? Show me that you love and care for me!”

This week’s haftarah can classify as G‑d’s hug and perhaps we should bookmark it to read whenever we need that extra assurance.

Haftarot are portions from the books of prophecy, read after the Torah portion. This week’s haftorah is the second...

I stared out at the starry night and said “thank you” to clear out the pain. Thank you, for all I will never understand.Thank you, despite the fact that it hurts so badly. Thank you, because I know you love me, and beyond this pain, I know I love you.
— My Husband, My Warrior
Handy Household Hacks
Chalkboard Paint

Keep the paper clutter off the counter. Paint one of your walls (or the side of a fridge or cabinet) with chalkboard paint. You can then use it to write grocery lists, calendar activities and other notes.

The Difference Between a Discussion and an Argument

An argument is to discover who’s right.

A discussion is to discover what’s right.

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