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Shabbat Means Being a Candle-Lighter

Friday, Apr 5 2019

Each month a Hadassah leader writes about the broad theme of Shabbat on Thrive Global, a media platform founded by Arianna Huffington. This month, Hadassah's Israel Director of Public Relations Barbara Sofer gives readers her own reflections on Shabbat, why she fell in love with Shabbat in Jerusalem and what this holy time means for her.  This is the next in our series of monthly columns at Thrive Global.

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