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There are three places regarding which the nations of the world cannot accuse Israel and say, "You have stolen them." The Machpeilah Cave in Hebron, as it is written (Genesis 23:16): "And Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver." The Temple Mount in Jerusalem: "So David gave to Ornan for the place six hundred shekels of gold" (I Chronicles 21:25). And Joseph's tomb in Shechem: "And [Jacob] bought the piece of land for a hundred kesitah" (Genesis 33:19).
– Midrash Rabbah

There are crossroads where you choose not only your future, but your past as well.

Take one road and your past becomes but an irrelevant and forgotten dream.

Take another road and even the darkest past can become a magnificent frame for a moment of glory. The moment for which your soul was formed and all the past was...

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