December 7, 2010 3:22am
Jewish tradition teaches that we are supposed to respond to tragedy by asking ourselves why things happen, but not to judge, to blame or to explain it in a way that confirms our own prejudices and worldviews — as is happening with the great fire in Israel — a New York rabbi writes.
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