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Dear readers,

Who has said that the Jewish people are the moral conscience of the world?

No, it’s not a great Jewish prophet, or a righteous non-Jew who admired the Jewish people. These words are ascribed to none other than Adolf Hitler, may his name be erased.

In Hitler’s words, “Conscience is a Jewish invention; it is a blemish like circumcision.”

He also said: “If one little Jewish boy...

If there’s something you've wanted to say to your spouse, parent or child, but were too busy or too uncomfortable—say it now. And if there’s something you've wanted to say to G‑d, but didn't know He was listening—say it now. Don't wait for tomorrow.
— Tomorrow May Be Too Late
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Free Ride

After being away for a while, Mr Cohen landed at JFK. He asked the cab driver how much the cab ride to his destination would cost. The driver responded, “Fifty-five dollars.”

“And how much is it just for the luggage?” Mr. Cohen asked.

The cabbie responded that the luggage was free. “In that case,” Mr. Cohen said, “Take my luggage and I’ll go by subway.”

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