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On September 11, 2001, the lives of United States citizens, and people around the world, changed irrevocably. How do we make sense of such enormous hatred and violence? With poems and prayers we reach out to mourn, console, and question. We commemorate this tragedy and work for tikkun olam, envisioning a world where such incomprehensible loss never happens again. 

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To the Terrorist

By Alden Solovy
"You who would hold the sky captive, / The sea prisoner, / The land in chains…"   more

Tags: 9/11

The Names We Carry

By Rabbi Roni Handler
Somehow, hearing a list of individuals who’ve been lost brings us together.   more
Blog Post | September 15, 2011

Tags: mourning, grief

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