I began to appreciate how intricate the system of sacrifice was and how, in its own way, it was designed to respond to critical human needs.
All strands of Jewish life came together to survive in Warsaw, from Hasidim to converts and everything in between.3
One interaction with a fellow blogger halfway across the world during a time of such isolation ignited a spark in me.
Chuck Winer is a Jewish Vietnam vet, who spent his life advocating for affordable health care. Now he needs a kidney transplant.
All tears that fall at a graveside have the same color. That pain is the same for all.
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