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Tag: Rabbi Yehuda Hausman
1 week ago
September 27, 2012 | 10:14 am
If each spoken word is a droplet of water, then each voice that utters is a wind that brings forth rain.
Though, the wind has no shape. Though, water comes in all shapes and sizes. Though, no mortal power can divine the weather even a few days hence, words turn patterns as surely...
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