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March 13, 2007


David Lazar

I loved this piece!
The idea of preserving something that is rather functionless, at least in its original function, for the sake of a new function, one that reminds us of what once was and what is today, or, what we used to not have, and what now have, is what should always be happening in religion, culture and society. It's not just a matter of wisely using resources, recycling (words are also natural resources) whenever possible, but equally, if not more importantly, understanding and reworking the actual essence of an object, word, idea or concept. Your example of the Seder table is excellent and I'm pretty sure you agree with me that the same process or procedure could and should be done constantly on all planes.

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