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A list of the joyous events that occurred on the 15th of Av, as detailed by the sages of the Talmud.
Goldstein, Schapiro, Landau, Posner, Isaacs, Schwartz, Weiss, Moskowitz, Goldberg, Rosenberg … the list goes on.
Why was it originally written in Aramaic, not Hebrew? And why is it still written in that language today?
Can a person’s relationship with his Creator be expressed in a scripted prayer? Is it possible to dictate the feelings one should be conveying to G-d?
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