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"Second Passover" (1312 BCE)
A year after the Exodus, G-d instructed the people of Israel to bring the Passover offering on the... Read More »
Passing of Rabbi Meir (2nd Century CE)
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I offer thanks to You, O living and everlasting king, for having restored my soul within me; great is Your faithfulness
– The "Modeh Ani" prayer, recited immediately upon waking each morning

A person is happy when he knows something worthwhile belongs to him. A person is very happy when he feels he is small and yet he owns something very great.

We are all finite owners of the Infinite.

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