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    The treasure

    Every culture has its story of the person who went searching for treasure and finally found it in his own garden.

    In Judaism its great expression is Yom Kippur.

    Jews who go wandering throughout the year come home to Judaism on Yom Kippur and suddenly find that the old-time Jewish identity – even the age-old prayers and the old-time tunes – are where they are at home.

    To adapt a song about Glasgow, “I belong to Judaism, and when I’m in shule on Kol Nidrei night, Judaism belongs to me!”

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