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The sages tell us that our father Jacob never died. “Since his children are alive, he is alive.” Each and every Jew is the personification of his father Jacob, and the heart of each and every Jew is alive and beating strong. To say about any one of them that he is spiritually dead is to pronounce our father Jacob dead. If to you it appears that way, the fault is in you, not in the Jew you observe. G‑d sees only...
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