Whose 5776?

Until I graduated from college, I hadn’t traveled farther than a few hundred miles from home. Aside from a family visit to Washington, D.C. when I was 11, my first-hand knowledge of the world was limited to the northeast corridor from New Jersey to Boston, and it felt like just about everyone I knew was Jewish. Via media, of course, I acquired vicarious experience of other people, places and times, and what I learned in college in classes and from books left me thinking I was pretty cosmopolitan. But the truth was that my immediate, unmediated exposure to the global read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com

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