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In 1974, a new apparition began to make its appearance in the streets of Manhattan. Even in that hubbub of crowd and clamor, this strange vehicle attracted attention.
It was a standard van of the “U-Haul” or “Ryder” variety. It’s back door was rolled up, showing a cargo of one large wooden table, two wooden benches, and a dozen young men with beards and black hats. From a loudspeaker taped to its roof issued forth a medley of Chassidic songs played on high volume—that is, high enough to make itself heard above the din of a Manhattan street corner. Large posters taped to the sides of the moving van proclaimed: “MITZVAH TANK”, “Teffilin on board” and “Mitzvot On The Spot For People On The Go.”

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A boundless Creator hides in plain sight. He camouflages Himself within His own creation, cloaked within the consistent patterns that provide the illusion of a closed, natural order. As though this world were something other than His infinite light. A miracle is a tear in the cloak, a disruption of that order, a crack in the wall of creation through which the human mind can glimpse beyond the illusion. So that the wise will understand, and seekers will find a path to know, that there really is no cloak, no nature. That...
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