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Jewish History
Kislev 18, 5776
Jewish History
Daily Study
Porter Ranch, CA 91326
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December 6 - 14, 2015

Daily Quote
"And Jacob was greatly afraid, and he was distressed" (Genesis 32:8) - He was afraid that he might be killed, and distressed that he might kill.
Midrash Rabbah