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Vayelech: Learning to Listen  
  Vayelech: Learning to Listen  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 6/18/2020, 07:53
 
Active listening is more than just a skill; it's a matter of attitude. In order to hear the message, we must be present in body and mind, concentrate, and stop other tasks…  


Nitzavim: Separated in Holiness  
  Nitzavim: Separated in Holiness  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 6/18/2020, 07:54
 
Why can I not sit at my husband's side in the place of prayer? Men and women do not have to separate during banking hours or while shopping at the local supermarket…  


Ki Tavo: Taking a Stand  
  Ki Tavo: Taking a Stand  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 6/18/2020, 07:54
 
Our matriarch Sarah teaches us women to develop our will and assertiveness. We must choose a direction and stand up for truth even if we have to go against the grain.  


Ki Tetze: A Mother Bird  
  Ki Tetze: A Mother Bird  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 6/18/2020, 07:55
 
The mitzva of sending away the mother bird before taking her eggs or fledglings teaches a deep lesson about the greatness of a mother; she must be left alone and respected…  


Shoftim: Striving for Peace  
  Shoftim: Striving for Peace  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 6/18/2020, 07:56
 
Shalom in Hebrew does not denote the absence of opposition and contradiction; on the contrary shalom is the unification of opposites. The main purpose of creation is shalom.  


Tzav: Stealing From our Children  
  Tzav: Stealing From our Children  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 7/3/2020, 09:50
 
Every Friday night, following candle lighting, the “tzaddeket” would leave her five small children at home while she ran off to the synagogue to encounter the angels…  


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