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March 1, 2015 | 10th Adar 5775

Rabbi David E. Powers, Ph.D., Charlotte, NC

I first encountered Debbie's music as a young rabbi in Philadelphia, and like many of the (now) older _men_ in the movement, I wondered if it was too far outside the Jewish musical tradition. But then it grew on me and grew and grew, and the two times I heard her perform I gained yet more joy. Every song she has contributed to our tradition is a gem, every melody a comfort, every word a beautiful reflection of what Judaism offers us. I will miss her but will have her for the rest of my life because her music makes her immortal.

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