Do bad things make good people even better?

There are many ways to face adversity and conquer challenges such as illness.

October 26, 2017 20:28
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Michael Fliderbaum: Pronounced cured of cancer, he turned to Camp Sunrise.

Michael Fliderbaum: Pronounced cured of cancer, he turned to Camp Sunrise.. (photo credit: CAMP SUNRISE)


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It’s the end of the busy season for God. Shuls were packed for weeks; so many prayers to be processed. Decisions: Should the Almighty pop into Conservative congregations and risk an almighty fight with the Chief Rabbinate? Flutter over the Reform temples of His flock, irritating the governing coalition of His land?

Deadlines: All that logging of who will live and who will die.


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