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Shining bright...even when we feel invisible.

This time of year our world is lit up by millions of tiny twinkle lights that cover storefronts and the homes of our neighbors. Growing up, my brother thought that all of the houses without lights in December must have Jewish families in them, because his toddler mind still saw the world in bianairies. While the story is cute, it highlights a pretty big obstacle that many of us face as Jewish families in small towns, and even in big cities in the United States. I recently read a story of a young boy who felt left out when his class took a trip to see his city decorated for the holidays. Joshie was only 10 years old, and although his father was a rabbi, he did not attend the private Orthodox

 
 

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