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Can we make peace with this?
Why is it that the biggest question we have for G-d receives no better answer than heaven's silent tear?
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An interview with the author of “Why G d, Why?”.
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It is a pain we must feel, a pain that must be healed, until we have healed humanity itself. Until no such tragedy could ever happen again.
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