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Men and Women
More than anything, I look forward to Friday night Shabbat dinner.
Frequently, Karen and I are invited to friend’s homes where we and other guests talk, eat, and sing sweet Shabbat songs. But when I’m alone with Karen on Friday night, there is a certain magic that happens — and I never know what form that magic is going to take.
This past Friday night, Karen and I discussed the book covers our teachers in Yeshiva Flatbush elementary school insisted we use.
One of my closest friends here in Los Angeles is a Holocaust survivor named Sol. As a teenager he saw his mother and baby sister sent to the crematoria by Josef Mengele. Over eighty members of Sol’s family were murdered by the Nazis.
Sol and his brother Steve were sent on a death march in which thousands of Jews died of starvation and exhaustion. Those Jews who stopped to rest or go to the bathroom were bayoneted or shot by the German guards.
At one point Steve told Sol that he was unable to go on. He just wanted to die.