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Read an essay on this week's Torah portion from the pen of Rabbi Sacks.
Some mitzvahs are done daily, weekly, or annually. But there are some that happen so seldom that many of us are lucky if we experience them even once or twice over the course of our lives.
Accompanying the deceased to his or her final resting place is a tremendous mitzvah and displays great respect. See how much you know about Jewish funerals with this quiz.
This dates back two millennia to the times of Rabban Gamliel the Elder in the early 1st century.
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