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On Monday, members of the Jewish community participated in a rally on the Purdue University Calumet campus to raise awareness of the countless missiles being launched by terrorists harbored by the Hamas government in Gaza.
For Jews around the world, preparations are being made as we approach one of the most solemn periods in the Jewish calendar. Rosh Hashana — the Jewish New Year — is not a time when we revel and celebrate, like we all do Jan. 1. It is, however, a time of reflection, introspection and growth.
As Americans, many of us take our freedoms for granted. Freedom should be an inalienable right for everyone who lives in our world, but what should be is not always the case. We are surrounded by injustices, but the only way to bring about change is if each us takes the initiative to speak out.
It is hard to imagine we are in a new decade. We can only hope and pray the next 10 years will bring more joy and happiness to our world than the last.
Is the world inherently good or is it inherently evil? This is a question I grapple with all the time.
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