Aderabe
[pronounced: ah de RA beh]


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Date July 2002

... Aderabe [on the contrary] place in our hearts that we may see the virtues of our friends and not their shortcomings; and as it is your wish, we should speak straightforwardly with our friends; there should be no hatred among friends, G-d forbid; strengthen our bond to You with love as it is known to You and may it be all-gratifying to you. Amen. May it Be His Will. [Rabbi Elimelech of Luzhansk]



Rabbi Elimelech, who lived during the time of the Kristallnach wrote a prayer, found in some prayerbooks, that concludes with the text above and basically expounds on all the things that one should (and should not) do in order to be fulfilled in life and be a righteous person.


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As artistic theme, Norman chose one of his favorite things ... Levantine embroidery from all the mixed cultures of Jerusalem.





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