HOME & FAMILYThe Power of Tehillim
by Yocheved Hochman
"We don't need big miracles, dangerous diseases or terrible tragedies to awaken us to Teshuva. When we are able to flex a finger, bend a knee or wink an eye, these, too, are major miracles and kindnesses from Hashem each moment to alert us to the guiding Hand in our day to day lives.
Finding the Good in Your Child:
Children do hundreds of praiseworthy acts daily but, unfortunately, their deeds often go unnoticed. Why is this? Maybe because parents are overwhelmed and tend to see the things that grab their attention first, such as challenging behaviors or character traits in their children which clash with their own.
Decorations hung on the inside of our windows are a way to amplify the miracle of Chanuka. It is also a cheerful reinforcement of the symbols of Chanuka and what they represent for children. The windows of our homes then become a meeting ground of the world outside and the inside of our homes and observances.
Esty is determined to go out to work. Being home with her three children all the time is getting on her nerves. She can't stand shlepping around all morning in a robe on top of her nightgown for lack of motivation to get dressed. She needs something more ego-fulfilling than diapering babies and wiping runny noses.
Your Medical Questions Answered!
Blood pressure is our subject today. Admittedly, it isn't the most interesting subject, and it is an affliction that most people don't even know when they have it. Yet it is the cause of many maladies that can be lethal, and there are exciting things happening in this field.
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