By Anne Brener
In Wake Of California Fires, Jewish Mourning Customs Can Teach Us How To Console
The image of the menorah on the top of a Malibu hill, surrounded by the smoldering landscape of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps, is perhaps one of the most harrowing to come out of the fires ravaging California. For me, a California-based rabbi, it is at once a symbol of both destruction and survival. With…
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