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Judaism’s resourcefulness

Judaism’s resourcefulness

As a non-observant Jew, who considers herself “culturally” Jewish (whatever that means), I was beguiled by Merrill Silver’s Exit Ramp, “My Jewish practices are not virtual, they’re very real” (July 9).

It aptly and movingly conveyed the richness and complexity of contemporary Jewish life, now challenged in unimagined ways, and how it characteristically responded with creativity and resourcefulness. I found myself feeling, as I had often not felt in “actual” synagogues, “Ma Norah HaMakom Hazeh,” how awesome is this place.

Janice Cohn

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