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We all like to believe we make financial decisions rationally, but more often than not, it’s our emotions controlling our wallets, not our bank accounts. A look at common money scripts, how they are written, and what we can do to alter them.
“You will never bear children of your own,” the professor stated unequivocally, fingers riffling through the file of test results and medical imagery. “Tami is unable to get pregnant.” The news ripped into Tami and Asif Ben Yishai like a submerged iceberg on a pitch black night; viciously and with scant warning. Until that moment, Tami and Asif had been flying high — she, the darling of the fashion industry; he, a professional soccer player. With the professor’s dire prediction, all began to unravel.
When Jamie Geller named her latest cookbook Joy of Kosher, it wasn’t just a clever takeoff of the classic nonkosher cookbook Joy of Cooking. Her book really is a winning combination of great-tasting kosher dishes and enthusiasm for joyous Torah living — and it’s giving Jews from all walks of life a generous serving of inspiring food for thought.