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Daily Thought
G‑d is always with the oppressed. Even if the oppressor is righteous and the oppressed is wicked, our sages tell us, G‑d is with the oppressed. (Lev. Rabba 27:7) Visit the prisoners and bring them some happiness. Even if they are guilty; even if, in your eyes, they deserve whatever misery they have. Sit with them, as one of them. Treat them with respect. Bring them joy, and you will find joy there with them. In that uplifted spirit you will bring them, they will feel human again. They will begin to feel that, if they will only so desire, they could live as a human being was meant to live, in...

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