Ilana Weinberger is a new resident of the Upper West Side. She holds a B.S. in Applied Psychology from NYU.
By Ilana Weinberger
Why Israel’s Happiest Day Is Really Bittersweet
One of the most interesting concepts in Judaism to me is that all good things are bittersweet. For every triumph, there are roadblocks; for every celebration, there are sacrifices. It’s for this reason that at a Jewish wedding, the happiest day of a couple’s life, the chatan (groom) stamps on glass under the chuppah (wedding…
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