By Deborah Baron
Everyday lessons for life that I learned from studying Kabbalah with my friends
One morning in the winter of last year, I agreed to show up to a new study group. For whatever reason, I was less than enthusiastic. I just did not feel like leaving my house and I wasn’t sure why I had agreed. But I had nothing else on my schedule that morning so, with…
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