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Local scholar finds wisdom in Mi Shebeirach, the Jewish prayer for healing

04/21/2020 - 15:34

The last few weeks have been difficult, as our entire world has changed in response to the coronavirus.

There have been times recently when I have been overwhelmed by fear and sadness and grief. At other times, I have savored the quiet of a slowed-down life and been awed by the generosity and compassion of people stepping up to take care of each other in so many different ways. Read More

Posted April 17, 2020, Gila Silverman, Special to the Arizona Jewish Post

 

 

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