Rabbi David Hoffman on “What Our Vulnerability Demands of Us”

“With the death of a loved one, the ground beneath our feet feels less stable. The truth of our deep vulnerability in the world seizes us. With great loss, we are often flooded with emotions that come so quickly they threaten to overwhelm us. The attack on Paris—and all that Paris represents—has shaken many of us because we are reminded of our profound vulnerability in a violent world.”

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