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Torah tells us that Dinah, daughter of Jacob and and Leah, was the victim of rape. Oral traditions add to our understanding of this special woman.
We often say, “I don’t have enough time/money/energy” for that. Whatever that is. But that’s a misleading thought.
Jacob’s simple ladder foreshadows the trajectory of human development.
Jacob's ladder, like Sinai, characterizes that which is firmly embedded in earthliness, but can reach the heavens.
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