While many of us are still eating matzah (much to the dismay of our digestive systems), there’s still time to think about the underlying theme of liberation from slavery. Also known as the Festival of Freedom, Passover’s essence is about transformation from living a life with no...
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Trojan Horse Tourism
My late mother-in-law, Betty Lipsman, stood before Dr. Josef Mengele at Auschwitz and when asked if she was Jewish, and, with life and death on the line, replied, “Yes.” Marty Kaplan stood before a number of Greek Orthodox priests and monks and when asked if...
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