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For Jews, Isolationism is Forbidden - Social Justice is a Must

This piece was adapted from my Rosh Hashanah sermon, which can be viewed here. One of the great Hasidic masters, Rav Nachman of Bratzlov, had a very difficult life. He faced family tragedy, professional rivalry, and communal strife. His pain weighed on him and threatened to steal the joy from everything he cared about. There were days when it was impossible for him to enjoy the taste of food or meet with fellow scholars.
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