Discover the deeper meaning of the solar eclipse, based on 4000 years of wisdom from the Jewish Mystics. Rabbi Simon Jacobson, a best-selling author and renowned scholar of Kabbalah and Chassidus, shares insights on the meaning of the solar eclipse that are understandable to people of all backgrounds.
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