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Esther Cameron

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Out of the crucible of his first test From Ur Kasdim, obeying G‑d’s command, Walked Avraham to find the Promised Land. Wherever he went, he made G‑d manifest.
Upon a world of darkness and of waste G‑d spoke the word of light, and light blazed forth
Pirkei Avot
A poetic paraphrase of Pirkei Avot based on the explanations of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
In winter darkness we are called to light These candles of remembrance and of cheer.
Dance, maidens of Jerusalem, Dance your round and sing, And call the lads of Jerusalem Around your pleasant ring.
Set is the table in the ancient way: With the triumphal wine, the humble-bread, The platters that to hungry eyes display The story-food whose meanings we shall read.
"Break, shatter, blast." Too many days This year have known the sullen blaze And blast disfigure our design. Our hard hearts, G-d? They're shivered fine -- What's left, then, for these sounds to craze?
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