2 thoughts on “Two thoughts for Shavuot”

  1. What a beautiful folk song. Thank you, Y.B.

    The clip from Kahane gave me a laugh. Humble — but not TOO humble!

    I’ve heard that Kahane and Aaron Zelman knew each other at least slightly. There may have been many things they disagreed on, but it sure would have been interesting to be a fly on the wall during their conversations.

  2. What a wonderful post for Shavuot! I too loved the beautiful song, but the message from Rabbi Kahane I will put in my heart. He is so correct! I don’t care if the video is blurry or not, I had to watch it more than once. Ok, a few more than once.

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