Last week, I had the opportunity to be part of a truly unforgettable educational gathering in the heart of Jerusalem, the Sacks Scholars Program. It was an experience that went far beyond anything I could have imagined. It touched my heart and inspired me spiritually in ways I had long stopped expecting.
Since my return, I’ve been slowly adapting to my regular routine without the presence of this remarkable group of individuals. They were not only kind and funny (mostly in what I now assume is a hilarious and charming British way), but they also became friends who embody integrity, sincerity, and avodat Hashem (service of God). As I reflect on the magic of our time together, I’ve been trying to pinpoint what made this gathering so exceptional.
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