The native Israeli had never been religious, then as a college student he discovered the esoteric teachings of Jewish mysticism and felt like a missing piece of his life had been put back in place. Soon after finishing school, Youdkevitch...
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October 1, 2008 | 10:42 pmKabbalah changed Shaul Youdkevitch's life.