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Main Sanctuary 3:30 p.m.

Rabbi Yael Splansky

There’s a difference between saying something is missing and saying it is lost.  Lost is a permanent state.  Lost is forever.  Missing is temporary.  So perhaps we should not say, ‘So-and-so lost his mother.”  That mother is not lost.  She is only missed!  And she can be found.  As can all of our beloved dead be found – again and again – through memory.

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