By Marcell Kenesei
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For some Jews, “from generation to generation” is the most exhausted expression in Jewish life. Pointing to some endless chain of faceless ancestors passing on traditions like lighting the Menorah is stale routine and taken for granted. Some Jews wish they were that lucky. Indeed, some of us are the first and second generation of…
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