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About the Author

Sara Yoheved Rigler

Sara Yoheved Rigler is the author of God Winked: Tales and Lessons from my Spiritual Adventures, as well as the bestsellers: Holy Woman, Lights from Jerusalem, and Battle Plans: How to Fight the Yetzer Hara(with Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller). She is a popular international lecturer on subjects of Jewish spirituality. She has given lectures and workshops in Israel, England, Switzerland, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Canada, and over thirty American cities. A graduate of Brandeis University, after fifteen years of practicing and teaching meditation and Eastern philosophy, she discovered "the world's most hidden religion: Torah Judaism." Since 1985, she has been living as a Torah-observant Jew in the Old City of Jerusalem with her husband and two children. She presents a highly-acclaimed Marriage Workshop for women [seewww.kesherwife.com] as well as a Gratitude Workshop. To invite her to your community, please write to info@sararigler.com.

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After Disaster

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Terror First Hand

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For me, Wednesday, October 17, was a day that started in tragedy and ended in celebration.


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When Humanism Becomes Fundamentalism

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Lessons from the murder of Daniel Pearl.


Night of the Sirens

Night of the Sirens

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How does one respond to Israel's recent tragedies?


The Jigsaw Puzzle

The Jigsaw Puzzle

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Living with a new sense of palpable fear, a resident of the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem's Old City describes how she soothes her over-wrought nerves.


The True Face of Israeli Youth

The True Face of Israeli Youth

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A new poll reveals surprises that undermine the stereotype.


Can The Whole World Be Wrong?

Can The Whole World Be Wrong?

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The whole world condemns Israel. What else is new?


A Zionist Manifesto

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Is Israel fighting a losing battle?


Children of Death, Children of Life

Children of Death, Children of Life

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Terrorist bombs kill innocent people. They also leave wounds for life.