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December 04, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-04

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Brotherly Love

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went back to sleep in peace.
That night his brother, too,
could not sleep. He thought
about his older brother.
"Here I am," he said to
himself. "When I grow old my
children will take care of me,
but what will happen to my
brother in his old age? Who
will take care of his needs? It
isn't fair to divide the crops
equally. He is going to need
much more than I."

So he arose and took a load
of sheaves and brought them
to his brother's field and left
them there. Then he return-
ed home and went to sleep in
peace.
When morning came, both
brothers were amazed to find
their crops exactly as they
had been the night before.
They each wondered about it,
but did not speak about this
strange event to each other.
The next night each
repeated his action. When

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morning came, they were
amazed to find the same
number of sheaves as the
night before. But on the third
night, when each brother was
carrying a pile of sheaves to
the other and the moon was
high in the heavens, they met
at the top of the hill.
Suddenly, they understood.
Overcome, they each dropped
their sheaves and embraced
each other. They cried with
tears of gratitude and hap-
piness and returned to their
tents.
Tradition tells us that when
God saw this act of love bet-
ween brothers, he blessed the
place where they met that
night. In the course of time,
when King Solomon searched
for a piece of ground holy
enough to sustain the sacred
Temple he was about to build,
he chose that very spot from
which peace and love between
brothers could flow to the
whole world.

Chanukah Event
At Beth Shalom

Cong. Beth Shalom will
hold its annual Chanukah
party and bazaar from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The
community is invited.
The party's Sisterhood Gift
Bazaar will feature exhibitors
of items including hand made
apparel, jewelry, books and
toys. A section of the bazaar
will be set aside as a "kids'
bazaar," where children can

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select gifts for their families
and friends.
Refreshments will be
served.

AIDS Topic
At B'nai Moshe

"AIDS in the Jewish Com-
munity — Denial or Self-
Help?" is the topic for discus-
sion by B'nai Moshe spiritual
leader, Rabbi Allan
Meyerowitz, in the third of
the "Lunch With The Rabbi"
series to be held after Shab-
bat services at Cong. B'nai
Moshe on Dec. 12 at 12:30
p.m.
The lecture is held under
the auspices of the B'nai
Moshe Cultural Commission,
chaired by Susan Friedman.
There is a charge for the
lunch, and advance reserva-
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Marjorie Lazarus, 541-5213,
or the synagogue office,
548-9000. Rosalyn Grand is in
charge of luncheon
arrangements.
Person,s not participating in
the luncheon are welcome to
attend the program portion,
at no charge, scheduled to
begin in the synagogue
chapel at 1:20 p.m.

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