Finding Emunah

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

  • Jun 18, 2024

If you don’t love your job, then you’re doing it wrong. I can not tell you how much this resonates with me because I absolutely love everything about my job as a preschool teacher.

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  • May 29, 2024

Do you ever have those days where you just need to get away from everyone, and everything, and just be alone? It’s easy to get overwhelmed and feel the need to escape. For me, talking to Hashem is the best therapy out there.

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  • May 18, 2024

Shabbat ended just 30 minutes ago, I found myself standing in my driveway, gazing into the most beautiful, precious, big brown eyes. At that moment, I fell in love with life all over again.

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  • May 8, 2024

Yesterday was a day that began with uncertainty and ended with clarity. I woke up, tears filled my eyes, and a sense of emptiness weighed heavy on my heart. I found myself standing at a crossroads, unsure of which path to take. The decision I had to make the doubt and hesitation running in my mind for weeks. I was driving myself insane.

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  • 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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I look into your eyes and all I see is pain, A man who has it all, except the one thing he desires.

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Doing this alone was never part of my plan, but here I am, raising you three by hand. You push my buttons, you make me break, You make me question every mistake.

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Hug me so I can be in your presence, Hug me so I can be touched by you. Hug me so tight that when I do, My brain goes silent, and the world shuts down too.

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White heels, red dress, Press the gas so we can go fast. Curly hair flying in the air, With you nothing can compare.

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I will always miss you like the stars miss the sky, Their brilliance fades, as do I.

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In the quiet of the night, my precious little one, Dream big, my darling girl, beneath the moonlit sun.

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When I light your candle, a glow so divine, Goosebumps dance on my skin, a sensation, so fine.

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Spring awakens, you were so near, Trees are blooming, dressed in new leaves.

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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, poems, art 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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