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on following orders

you decide how to go Last year (2009) at this time of Yom haShoah I wrote that I believe that all Jew­ish teenagers (at least) should expe­ri­ence a week of sho’a night­mares. I was in my ear­ly 20s when I tried to imag­ine the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Hidden in plain sight

At the far east end of 47th Street in Man­hat­tan, between 2nd and 1st Avenues a broad love­ly park leads up to the Unit­ed Nations com­plex of build­ings on the East Riv­er. A farmer’s mar­ket is set up every Wednes­day through­out the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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hidden in plain sight (continued)

con­tin­ued from hid­den in plain sight what are we hid­ing (from)? As of this writ­ing, the phrase “hid­den in plain sight” appears in a Google search 142,000 times. It must refer to a wide vari­ety of con­cepts and sit­u­a­tions. How many things … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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