"Twelve years ago, a young man, wearing a brand new suit, about to graduate from college, walked 12 blocks in the New York City winter to a rabbinical school interview. On this day, he began the journey toward becoming a rabbi.
I remember that morning well. I wore my lucky tie. I wanted this. I had wanted this for a long time."
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