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Prominent Jerusalemites share their thoughts on the eve of Yom Kippur
09/28/2006
Dudi Zilbershag, Anat Hoffman, Binyamin Lau and Rivka Sneh.
Seek the Lord, ye humble of the earth By Anat Hoffman - the director of the Center for Pluralism of the Movement for Progressive Judaism Reality has taught me that the demand for the total and absolute "right" never comes true. Righteousness as a moral duty By Dudi Zilbershag - chairman of the Meir Panim chain of soup kitchens and publisher of the haredi weekly Bakehilla "There's no such thing as a society. There is only individuals." Fear, shame and guilt By Binaymin Lau - rabbi of the Ramban Synagogue Guilt feelings deal with a person's recognition of his sins, without any "allowances" or "extenuating circumstances." Savid Sodom By Rivka Sneh - founder of Yated, a voluntary organization for children with Down syndrome We have become a society in which the values of morality have been replaced with the worship of money, power, and publicity.
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