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Inspired by the Lubavitcher Rebbe- Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, Rabbi Shmuli and Mushky Raitman together with their children Mendel, Tzivia, Pinny, Asher, Zahava and Cherna have established a Chabad Jewish Center in Danville, CA. Their goal is to strengthen Jewish awareness and pride. Building strong and vibrant community for the Jewish residents of Danville/S. Ramon by creating an environment where every person, regardless of background or affiliation is welcome to explore and experience their heritage in a warm and non-judgmental environment.
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Daily Thought
What will be in the next moment is not in this one now. It does not yet exist. It has yet to be created. When its time comes, then it will be created by the Creator of all things out of nowhere, emerging from the void. There is only one thing that exists at this moment: That in which you are meant to be engaged right now. 20 Shevat 5730 (1970)