The reading which follows is in Aramaic, the everyday language of Talmudic-era Jews. Here, it is also given in Ladino, the language spoken by many Sefardi Jews. It is supposed to be understandable by everyone, because it is not a prayer, but an invitation. But are all who are hungry truly able to eat anywhere, let alone with us? How many of us would really invite a hungry stranger into our house today? How can we correct the systemic problems that create hunger, poverty, and oppression? (Rabbah Emily Aviv Kapor)
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