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"The Secret to Forgiveness" - Comments

1 yehoshua on 2013 12 06

. . . and that art gallery proprietor, who did not know the source of the Joseph story, inspired this dvar Torah, which enchances belief in HaShem and brings us closer to geulah.
Shabbat Shalom!

2 Ploni on 2013 12 06

Yes, credit is surely given to the proprietess of the art gallery for inspiring others to read this beautifully-written art-inspired Dvar Torah.  Kol Hakavod to both, the source and the writer.

3 Yehoshua on 2013 12 09

Some of the great rabbanim in Israel, including Rav Steinzaltz, have expressed a preference for speaking to groups of secular as opposed to observant Jews.  There is an innocence coupled with an ability to be amazed that is peculiar to secular Jews and that us more observant can learn from.  It is also worthy of note that Rav Wolbe, author of Alei Shor and Ben Kese L’Asor, realized after the Six Day War that he had to step outside the confining walls of the Yeshiva and speak to secular Israelis as part of his rabbinic calling.  In any case, it is clear that the Teshuva movement gains ground with each passing day as the arrival of Moshiach rapidly—VaYigash—approaches.

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