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an interfaith Pesach ecard dreamt into reality by Craig Taubman

Dear Shefa Chevreh,

Our teacher (and fellow Shefanik) Craig Taubman created an Interfaith Pesach e-card with teachings from an imam, rabbis, and ministers reflecting on Pesach and sharing the blessing of a liberated world.  

It just takes one click here to hear the wisdom of all the teachers involved, and to share it with friends and family.  It just went out through USCJ and several other lists - please share it widely.  If there's one dream we might dream a lot louder this year, it is of a world where this partnership isn't uncommon.  Today it is - worth celebrating and circulating.

Kol Tuv,

Rabbi Menachem Creditor

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