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The day the Israelites stood at the foot of Mount Sinai, preparing to encounter God, is understood in midrash as the day of marriage between God and the Jewish people.
Jerusalem has been the symbol of our people for the past 3,000 years, and it’s now the center of strife, tension, and celebration. How do we deal with that?
On Shavuot we celebrate receiving the Torah. But, how are we truly to understand divine revelation?
Bridging the tensions between the grandiose vision of “Jerusalem on high” and the daily reality of “Jerusalem of low” requires significant effort from all of us.