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Guess how much I love you [Parashat Vaetchanan - Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11]

Parashat Vaetchanan (Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11)

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/torah_portion/article/guess_how_much_i_love_you_parashat_vaetchanan_deuteronomy_323_711

There is a well-known children’s book depicting a nut-brown hare and its child playing a game called “Guess How Much I Love You.” In it, the child stretches tall and wide, jumps high and reaches toward the horizon to show his affection for the parent. In response, the parent always seems to extend the love just a little further. “I love you to the moon!” the child ultimately says, expressing the largest quantifiable measure of love within his grasp. And with patient simplicity, the parent responds, “I love you to the moon ... and back.” The book’s message isn’t about love without limits. It’s better than that. It is a genuine expression of love met with even more love.

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