Finding Emunah

He who doesn’t see G‑d everywhere isn’t capable of seeing him anywhere
_Rabbi Menachem Mendel

  • Apr 18, 2024

In life, some moments unfold beautifully. With patience, Bitachon, and Emunah we can truly see miracles happening to us every day. We live in a world of uncertainty, misery, and hate. But there is something out there that exists that has the power to heal wounds, care for others, ignite the soul, and bring others – love. Love, in its own forms, has the ability to transform ordinary moments into extraordinary memories.

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  • Mar 25, 2024

In this life we live in, I truly believe that every person we meet is brought into our lives for a reason. There are no coincidences, no accidents. Even in moments of pain and hurt, there is a lesson waiting to be learned, a growth waiting to unfold.

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  • Mar 11, 2024

Have you ever experienced the overwhelming joy of seeing your prayers answered? Maybe you've poured your heart out to Hashem, seeking His guidance, or healing, and then you witness his faithfulness in action. It's an incredible feeling, isn't it?

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  • Feb 16, 2024

Our life is always on the go, and so busy that it's easy to miss the beauty and blessings that surround us. From beautiful Mountain views, breathtaking sunsets, to the love of our partners, there's so much to be grateful for. Yet, all so often, we take these gifts for granted, failing to appreciate their true value.

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  • Feb 11, 2024

Sometimes as a single mom, I often get caught up with my family, work, and daily responsibilities. It's easy to lose sight of my own needs. However, every so often, I make a bold decision to prioritize myself by buying a ticket and going on vacation. It's a reminder that I deserve to live, love, and take care of myself.

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  • Jan 31, 2024

Being a single mom is undoubtedly one of the most challenging roles anyone can take on. The juggling act of managing a job, children's school schedules, health appointments, clean clothes, homework, after-school activities, playing the role of a taxi driver, dinner, and boy can the list go on. It can often feel overwhelming. All this while ensuring your children are cared for and loved.

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My name is Hana.  I am a Bukharian Jew, born in Israel and raised in Colorado. I am a full-time single mom of 3 beautiful kids. My children mean the world to me and I'm so blessed to have them.

After years in the medical field, I have made a major career change. I am currently a preschool morah. I absolutely adore kids. They are my passion.

I express myself through writing, music and pictures. I love photography. So much meaning behind every capture. Every song expresses an emotion and when I write I feel free. Over these last few years, I have connected with Hashem more spiritually and with my Emunah.

My goal for this blog is to unite people all over the world to never loose their Emunah(faith)
In this blog I will also talk about how I started connecting spiritually to Hashem again. I'm not a professional blogger by all means but this will be my personal page for my thoughts and experiences.
So with all this being said and done.

Welcome to my page!
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