A Stranger In a Strange Land


Every Pesach we talk about being a stranger in a strange land and in theory I can relate to this because of the recent changes I have made. Yet I have been around long enough to know how to get around without a map or GPS.

I don’t know all the the street names with the kind of authority I want, but that is coming. Went to a great seder the other night and going out to a nice dinner with other friends tomorrow night.

The stories continue to accrue and the experiences I have are wonderful for the most part.

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