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David Rifkind

Beautiful essay, Jeff, and perfectly timed to the new year.

Carmen Calatayud

This is a gorgeous essay, made all the more gorgeous by Halevi's poetry and life journey. You've given me much to reflect on for our new year. Thank you, Jeff.

Beth Sperber Richie

One of your best, Jeff, and it really strikes a chord with me. Thank you for continuing to write such an insightful and interesting blog.

Jay C Rehak

Thanks for the insights, Jeff. I think the question does need to be perpetually asked. Beyond the "What is your Zion", I suggest we constantly ask the "Why your Zion." Regardless of the quest (the NBA or bust) the question beyond What is you Zion is Why your Zion? I think we can reconcile a lot of internal issues by honestly answering that. I've lost my way to my Zion many times, only to reorient by asking myself why I wanted what I was striving for in the first place.

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