at the Western Wall with Reb Gutman Locks on Mystical Paths
This Israeli has lived in Thailand for the past 22 years. He speaks Thailandi. He is holding his son whose mother is a Thailandi woman. It is hard to go further away than he has, yet he quickly agreed to put on tefillin and he was open to the idea of going to the Chabad House in Thailand. I told him, “If your family sees you making Kiddush on Shabbos, and dancing on the holidays, maybe they will want it, too?
No matter how far we wander, as long as we are alive, whenever we want, there is a way to come home. “Every Jew has a share in the World to Come.”[i]
[i] Sanhedrin 11:1