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Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider

Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider is the founding director of the In Our Hearts Project www.inourheartsproject.org which offers guidance, strength and support after the loss of a child.

Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider is the author of just-published book about Hanukkah, The Light That Unites (Halpern Press). The book offers creative ways to make Hanukkah and especially the candle lighting more meaningful and joyous. 

http://thenightthatunites.com/the-light-that-unites.html

He is also the author of the bestselling Haggadah, The Night That Unites (Urim Publications).

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