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When Wanting More is a Good Thing
“All who mourn [the destruction of] Jerusalem will merit to see it in its joy.” (Talmud, Ta’anit: 30b)
When I returned to New York from Jerusalem in 1984, many of my friends and relatives were surprised by how much I had changed. After all, I had departed as a young secular architecture student ten months earlier and had reappeared as an observant yeshiva student on a short break before returning to Israel to resume my studies. It’s not surprising that some of them had a tough time making sense of it all.