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  • Last year i spent the first day of Passover with Zofia Radzikowska in Krakow, Poland. Along with telling me her story of Holocaust survival, she also told me about the true meaning of Pesach (Passover), which not only remembers the Jewish people coming out of slavery in Egypt but is also a time for one to identitfy and attempt to free themself from their own internal bondage.

    Chag Pesach Sameach, my friends.
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