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Webinar podcast of Rabbi Naomi Levy’s book ‘Hope Will Find You’

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February 21, 2014 | 1:40 pm

On Thursday, February 20th, Rabbi Naomi Levy gave a webinar presentation discussing her most recent book, "Hope Will Find You: My Search for the Wisdom to Stop Waiting and Start Living."

The book was one of the official reading choices of JDAM Reads, in honor of Jewish Disability Awareness Month 2014.

Below, you can listen to the podcast of the webinar.

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