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Years ago, I had just arrived at seminary in Israel and soon after, learned that a friend who was key to inspiring my journey had misrepresented themselves to me. I was confused, upset and didn’t know how to continue having a spiritual experience when I had been so let down. […]
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Years ago, I had just arrived at seminary in Israel and soon after, learned that a friend who was key to inspiring my journey had misrepresented themselves to me. I was confused, upset and didn’t know how to continue having a spiritual experience when I had been so let down. […]
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Years ago, I had just arrived at seminary in Israel and soon after I learned that a friend who was key to inspiring my journey had misrepresented herself to me. I was confused, upset and didn’t know how to continue having a spiritual experience when I had been so let […]
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The great violinist Itzhak Perlman contracted polio at the age of four, and for his entire life he had to wear metal braces and use crutches to walk. One time, the great violinist came out on stage, and as he was tuning his violin, one of the strings snapped. Instead […]
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It was 1988. My mother had passed away and it was a rough year for me. I decided to make a modest donation to the Chabad calendar in her honor in the summer, soon before it was published. The Chabad Rabbi had called me and made a suggestion to me: […]
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