The Light of Shabbos, and Shabbos without Lights

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  1. DF says:

    Nice sentiments, particularly the latter. So many stories told over today are, in fact, just stories. A first-hand account of a son about his father is not only more meaningful, but also far more likely to be authentic.

    [Note to the editor: This is a nice change. The entire past week’s postings on this site have been a dreary procession of hit-pieces villifying the Jewish Week, the Forward, or the New York Times. Dont you realize that Internet users – ie, the ones reading your website – dont really care what these publications have to say? These papers are just one voice in the multitude these days. Come on, get with the program. ]

  2. Shalom says:

    DF – you hit the nail on the head. I’m also tired of the “hit-pieces” (well put). We have to pump out some positive energy, instead of looking better by pointing out the faults of others.

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