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February 04, 2016


This conversation with the presidential candidates could be elaborated with Hillel's wonderful quote, "If I am not for myself, who is for me? If I am only for myself, what am I?..........

Hi Jon: I was so happy to see you asking this question. I felt she did what she told you she feared being perceived as doing. Largely dodged the existential question in favor of saying, "America, a clergyman just asked me a question. I'm religious."
Do you disagree?
I'd love to reconnect sometime!

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