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This article by Rabbi Stephen Fuchs is beautiful, and it is made even more so because it is offered in honor of my friend and teacher, Rabbi Ferenc Raj. Rabbi Raj made me welcome years ago when I was a stranger with a “funny accent” in the Bay Area of California. In the process he taught me by example much about what it means to follow in the tradition of Abraham our father.
Rabbi Fuchs, thank you so much for this wonderful and timely teaching!
4 thoughts on “To Welcome the Stranger”
Very honored, Rabbi Adar, to find my thoughts on your blog and thrilled that through our individual lenses, we both see Rabbi Raj the same way! Shabbat Shalom!
…another excellent site, thank you Rabbi, like going to Temple without waiting for Friday…