On Saturday morning, October 27, 2018, a gunman stormed the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and opened fire on worshipers during Shabbat services. He shot and killed eleven innocent Jews and injured six. This horrific massacre, considered the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, has left the community and the entire nation reeling in shock. What is the healthy response to such a tragedy? Join counselor to thousands Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short discussion about how best to to respond to violent acts of hatred. Discover how to channel our grief into a powerful, inspiring way to strengthen yourself and your community.
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This is an excerpt from: MyLife: Chassidus Applied Ep. 233: Tragedy In Pittsburgh: How Should We React?