Judaism,according to one accounting, has at least 15 different words to describe joy. From rina(meaning joyous song) to simcha (meaning pure joy), Jewish living is supposed to be an expression of joyous living. I have learned over the course of the years that while simcha (joy) is possible even during the darkest of times, it often takes purposeful openness to allow joy to permeate your life.
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on June 26, 2011
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