There are bittersweet reunions that take place all over the world, all the time. There are happy, “coming home” celebrations that take place in Israel. Beyond the happiness of the individual families that choose to make aliyah (move back to Israel), there is a feeling that some ancient wrong has been made right.
Interestingly enough, sometimes it isn’t even about people. Sometimes, as in the story below, it’s about something holy but not human.
According to Israel National News:
A rare 215-year-old Jewish manuscript that was discovered missing 10 years
ago has shown up in the German National Library, which it is returning to the
Rambam Library in Tel Aviv, cultural official Avigdor Levin said. The missing
one-of-a-kind- book was written by a Berlin rabbi in 1793.