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Inspiration

The Swan
Tzipi Caton

This happened once upon a time in a tiny, little pen, Where a busy farmer raised a noisy group of red-brown hens.
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My Torah
Devorah Leah Mishulovin

Last week in Shul (Synagogue), I listened to the Torah Reading. At its' conclusion, before the Torah Scroll was rolled...
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A Holy Garden
Chaya M. Klein

A family is a magnificent garden It must be cultivated with great care, It is the most valuable, holy place A couple may be blessed to share.
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Special Child
Chanale

A meeting was held far from earth With the angels and G-d above. They said it is time again for another birth This child will need much love.
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The Pressure Principle
Rabbi Yossy Goldman

Does security and comfort bring us success? Does challenge and adversity make us stronger, better than before?
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G-d Likes Positive Thinking
Tova Hinda Siegel

It has been a few hours since the Seudos Hadoah for my husband, Larry, who now wants to be called only by his Jewish name, Aryeh. Almost everyone whom we invited RSVP’d that they were coming...
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Another Inspiring Mikvah Story
Shlucha in Australia

About six months ago, a young,Observant, non-Lubavitcher woman in my community - who normally does not
come to our Chabad house, came to daaven in our Chabad house on a Shabbos morning since her husband missed his regular minyan that had begun at eight o'clock .
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Summer Days
Chaya M. Klein

The sun-warmed breeze gently blows all gray clouds away, To reveal a clear and bright blue sky that now is here to stay.
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Mama
Chaya M. Klein

Mama, she tests the word gingerly on her lips, Touches her tummy tenderly, with her fingertips. As she feels that first flutter just beneath her heart,
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Never Too Late To Calculate
F. Kaplan

A friend of mine called me a little while back. She was married just over a year and mentioned that she had not yet been blessed with a pregnancy.

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Where Is Hashem?
Chaya M. Klein

“Where is Hashem?”, my little boy asks, looking right up at me. “He is here in your heart, here in my heart and in everything you see,
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Safe Harbor
Rabbi Mendy Herson

Water. So simple. Un-spectacular and unpretentious.
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Water
Chaya M. Klein

Water – obeying Hashem’s command, moving to its’ proper place Oceans, rivers, lakes and streams created for love of the human race.
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A Home of the Heart
Chaya M. Klein

She glances round the house, at walls now stripped bare She saw outlines of pictures, now no longer there. She thinks of this house and all it has seen
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Miracles
Chaya M. Klein

Each day holds a miracle, possibly two or even three, They touch us in many ways we may not always see.
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A Mother's Hands
Chaya M. Klein

I gazed upon my mother, as she lay so frail and ill, Her hands rested so quietly - they had never been so still.
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Teach a Child
Chaya M. Klein

Hashem created this world for His children, for you and for me, See the splendor in His creation, from sea to shimmering sea.
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The Blessing of Elul
Chaya M. Klein

The sun rises high each morning, bringing a day so bright and new, Each a special beginning, filled with the promise of all we can do.
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Will The Sun Shine Again?
Chaya M. Klein

The sky above is heavy and gray; it echoes the pain in my heart. A beautiful life has ended this day, will the sorrow ever depart?
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The Power of Once
Joannie Tansky

I was angry at God at that point in my life. Not only did it seem to me that He had held back the treasures of Judaism till I was forty, it seemed that I also would never get a chance to experience, together with my husband, the beautiful and intimate ritual of mikvah.
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My Safe Waters
Sarah Newstead

I went to the Mikvah for the first time 18 months ago as a bride...
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Full Circle
Chana Hennessey

The mikvah is a beautiful place, filled with spirituality. It represents the chain of generations of Jewish women of which we become another link.
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The Moon of My Night
DL

Dear Diary, Wonderful news! Do you remember a couple of weeks ago my friend threw a "Good-Bye Party"?
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Stop
Devorah Leah Mishulovin

I was sitting on my front porch. Enjoying the California March sun. I had been under the weather and thought It would be good for me to bask in some warmth.
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Beyond Rebuke
Rabbi Yossy Goldman

Sometimes we may feel angry with G-d; it seems as if He has joined forces with Satan. Why does He allow all these terrible misfortunes to befall us?
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A Mother's Prayer
Chaya M. Klein

The chair rocked gently to and fro The rhythm hypnotic and calm, She gazed at the children playing below ‘Neath the swaying fronds of palm.
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Marrakesh
Devorah Leah Mishulovin

"Tomorrow at 11:00?" "Yes, G-d willing, I'll be there," was my response. I was to meet Rabbi M. at his office/Shul.
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Her World
Tzipi Caton

My daughter took a paperweight off my husband’s desk, It was shaped like a globe, with oceans, countries, and the rest.
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My Yiddishe Mama
Chaya M. Klein

Does one ever 'lose' a mother? Does she remain with you forever?
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The Egg in Exodus
Rabbi Yossy Goldman

Freedom itself is only half the story. What we do with our freedom — that is the question. We need a purpose in life, and we need a moral, spiritual infrastructure to help guide us
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Why I Love The Mikvah
Wendy Kenin

There are so many reasons to love the mikvah (Jewish ritual bath).

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A World of Good
Chaya M. Klein

A gentle, new soul flitted to earth one day. She traveled all around then began to pray, “Hashem please help me, what shall be? There is so much evil - it is all I can see.
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When Moshiach Comes
Chaya M. Klein

“When Moshiach comes, what will be?” My small son asks, looking up at me. “Will there be candies on trees so tall, Lollipops, toffees, chocolates and all?”
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To Eat To Pray and To Love
Freidy Yanover

The Three Mitzvot of the Woman are special, holy and spiritual, transcending everyday life
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