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July 14, 2016


Rabbi Jon,
I found this piece very interesting. I have, in my own life tried to break the insular bonds and share with others of different faiths, both by going to their faith homes and inviting them to mine and most importantly, to listen...by explaining what I do and think and asking what they do and think. I believe that it has enriched my life and my family's lives enormously.
One small issue....though it is important to note differences, it is, in my estimation much more important, to look more deeply for the similarities. I believe that therein lies a significant and unifying element which has become a problem in our society.
Well, thanks for your outreach and good luck with it. (I am Gay Porter (Lisa and Todd's mother)

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