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Very moving.
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Very moving.

Thanks for sharing!

Amazing
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Amazing

so special, Schoyach & משיח עכשיו!

Out of town yid
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Out of town yid

Koach

1612
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1612

With over 11 months until next Purim, there is ample time to have the Megillah checked and fixed by a competent sofer who is willing to undertake this project.

Beautiful
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Beautiful

A moving and inspiring story. May it bring the family who appreciated the meaningfulness of it closer to Yiddishkeit!

To # 5
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To # 5

It doesn’t seem they are necessarily Jewish. Everything that transpired is thru the grandfather, father & grandson. He recognized the writing is Hebrew, but had no idea whatsoever what it was. Didn’t seem to feel it was something they should hold on to.

Significant that its megilas esther
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Significant that its megilas esther

This was returned by what sounds like non jews which was amazing. Megilat esther is victory of jews over those who would destroy us. Special meaning that it was returned in time of pesach our geulah from mitzrayim. So may it be by purim we will have geulah and moshiach

It shouldn't be read
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It shouldn't be read

In Bakersfield but in Yerushalayim with Moshiach tzidkanu. May all the Jewish seforim and scrolls be returned to the Jewish people.

Boruch Hoffinger
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Boruch Hoffinger

‘Megillat Esther’ is the triumph of
‘Goodness Over Evil’ also.

Boruch, Jerusalem

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