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Purim, a holiday of joy, is observed today. It celebrates the triumph of the Jews in ancient Persia when the decree to annihilate them was overturned.  Here are some words on joy from Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. “Joy in the Torah is never about individuals. It is always about something we share. A newly married man […]

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