What Max Did For Us

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  1. Raymond says:

    I think what has happened, is a reflection of the idea that all of us Jews really are one big family. We may not always get along with one another, but no family does. Meanwhile, wherever there are Jews suffering in our world, the rest of us Jews feel pain, just as any family member would feel such pain for his fellow family members, sometimes almost against our own will. I have noticed that this kind of family feeling does not exist among the other nations. Maybe that is because they are not family, identifying one another by ideology alone, which is not nearly as deep of a relationship as is the instinctive closeness that we feel for one’s extended Jewish family.

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