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Reb Lisa's Message


אור תקווה יחד אהבה


We have been through a lot in the past two weeks, in the past two month, the past year. There has been loss, destruction, deep grief, unprecedented stress. What the world needs now is profound healing. Today we enter a new chapter. As we make this transition as a country, I offer these words of blessing to our community and beyond.


Where there is darkness, let there be light.

Where there is fear, let there be hope.

Where there is division, let there be unity.

Where is hate, let there be love.


Light. Hope. Unity. Love.

Or. Tikvah. Yahad. Ahava.


אור תקווה יחד אהבה


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