In Sympathy with Newtown, Connecticut
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"First and foremost, we meet as human beings who have much in common: a heart, a face; a voice; the presence of a soul, fears, hope, the ability to trust, a capacity for compassion and understanding, the kinship of being human. My first task in every encounter is to comprehend the personhood of the human being I face, to sense the kinship of being human, solidarity of being." - Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
Today, as communities around the world go back to school following Friday's tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, we're finding strength and hope in one another.
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