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The Business Bible - 101 New Commandments for Bringing Spirituality and Ethical Values into the Workplace (Paperback): Wayne... The Business Bible - 101 New Commandments for Bringing Spirituality and Ethical Values into the Workplace (Paperback)
Wayne Dosick
R354 R289 Discovery Miles 2 890 Save R65 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spiritual and ethical lessons for the workaday world: how to do well and do good.

How can I find greater satisfaction in my work?

How can I lead my employees through difficult times?

If you get up each morning to go to work, this guide contains the reminder you need to succeed: you can do well and, at the very same time, you can do good.

Rabbi Wayne Dosick gives us tools to solve both the major moral dilemmas and the day-to-day questions of life at work. He offers ten new commandments that can transform our work and work environment into places for accomplishment and satisfaction, honesty and integrity, decency and dignity and success.

Through stories, real-life business situations, and artfully chosen spiritual texts, "The Business Bible" reminds us that principles don t have to be sacrificed for profits, that value means more than net worth, and that spiritual ethics can lead to business excellence.

Entering the Temple of Dreams - Jewish Prayers, Movements, and Meditations for the End of the Day (Paperback): Tamar Frankiel,... Entering the Temple of Dreams - Jewish Prayers, Movements, and Meditations for the End of the Day (Paperback)
Tamar Frankiel, Judy Greenfeld
R408 R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Save R73 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

You spend one-third of your life sleeping. Is spirituality a part of that time?
This book shows you how it can be.

This inspiring, informative guide shows us how we can use the often overlooked time at the end of each day to enhance our spiritual, physical and psychological well-being.

Each chapter takes a new look at traditional Jewish prayers and what they have to teach us about the spiritual aspects of preparing for the end of the day, and about sleep itself. Drawing on Kabbalistic teachings, prayer, the Bible and midrash, the authors enrich our understanding of traditional bedtime preparations, and show how, by including them in our bedtime rituals, we can gain insight into our lives and access the spiritual enrichment the world of dreams has to offer.

Clear illustrations and diagrams, step-by-step meditations, visualization techniques and exercise suggestions for fully integrating body, mind and spirit show us the way to: "Hashkivenu" Creating a safe space for sleep "Hareni Mochel" Clearing our hearts through forgiveness "Shema" Connecting to God in Love "Bircat Cohanim" Experiencing the reality of blessing "Hamapil" Thanking God for sleep and the illumination that comes in sleeps

This perfect nighttime companion draws on the power of Jewish tradition to help us enhance our spiritual awareness in both our waking and sleeping hours.

My People's Prayer Book Vol 4 - Seder K'Riyat Hatorah (the Torah Service) (Hardcover): Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman My People's Prayer Book Vol 4 - Seder K'Riyat Hatorah (the Torah Service) (Hardcover)
Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman
R714 R565 Discovery Miles 5 650 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"The prayer book is our Jewish diary of the centuries, a collection of prayers composed by generations of those who came before us, as they endeavored to express the meaning of their lives and their relationship to God. The prayer book is the essence of the Jewish soul." This stunning work, an empowering entryway to the spiritual revival of our times, enables all of us to claim our connection to the heritage of the traditional Jewish prayer book. It helps rejuvenate Jewish worship in today's world, and makes its power accessible to all. Framed with beautifully designed Talmud-style pages, commentaries from 11 of today s most respected Jewish scholars from all movements of Judaism examine Seder K riat Hatorah from the perspectives of ancient Rabbis and modern theologians, as well as feminist, halakhic, Talmudic, linguistic, biblical, Chasidic, mystical, and historical perspectives. This fourth volume of the series unfolds the many layers of meaning in Seder K riat Hatorah, the ritual and prayers surrounding the communal reading of Torah. More than any other section of the prayer book, the Torah service reflects all of Jewish history. Vol. 4 helps us to understand how the reading of Torah is an affirmation, powerful and dramatic, of the continuing covenant between the community of Israel and God. Vol. 4 Seder K riat Hatorah (The Torah Service) features the authentic Hebrew text with a new translation designed to let people know exactly what the prayers say. Introductions tell the reader what to look for in the prayer service, as well as how to truly use the commentaries, to search for and find meaning in the prayer book. Even those not yet familiar with the prayer book can appreciate the spiritual richness of Seder K riat Hatorah. My People s Prayer Book enables all worshipers, of any denomination, to encounter their own connection to 3,000 years of Jewish experience with the world and with God."

The Way of the Essenes - Christ'S Hidden Life Remembered (Paperback, 1st U.S. ed): Anne Meurois-Givaudan, Daniel... The Way of the Essenes - Christ'S Hidden Life Remembered (Paperback, 1st U.S. ed)
Anne Meurois-Givaudan, Daniel Meurois-Givaudan
R493 R405 Discovery Miles 4 050 Save R88 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Two thousand years after the fact, new light is shed on Christ's hidden life as an initiate in the mystical society of the Essene Brotherhood. In the first English-language edition of the European bestseller, Anne and Daniel Meurois-Givaudan describe the way of life in the Essene communities of first-century Palestine. Through direct revelation, the authors received--over a two-year period--detailed knowledge of the Essene teachings and their role in preparing Christ for his mission. At once unpretentious and astonishing, this beautifully written and evocative story lucidly recreates the life and personality of Christ and his role in the spiritual development of humankind.

Since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, questions continue to arise as to the identity of the Essenes and what role they might have played in the life of Jesus. This account complements the gospels, clarifying and enlarging upon mysterious parts of the record--including Christ's mystical and metaphysical teachings of Essene techniques for spiritual advancement. The authors' retelling of the Passion of Christ and its aftermath is an extraordinary account that may forever reshape our understanding of these biblical events.

The JPS B'nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary (Paperback): Jeffrey K. Salkin The JPS B'nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary (Paperback)
Jeffrey K. Salkin
R706 R557 Discovery Miles 5 570 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For too many Jewish young people, bar/bat mitzvah has been the beginning of the end of their Jewish journeys. When students perceive the Torah as incomprehensible or irrelevant, many form the false impression that Judaism has nothing to say to them. Enter the game-changer: the JPS B'nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary shows teens in their own language how Torah addresses the issues in their world. The conversational tone is inviting and dignified, concise and substantial, direct and informative. The narrative summaries, "big" ideas, model divrei Torah, haftarot commentaries, and discussion questions will engage teens in studying the Torah and haftarot, in writing divrei Torah, and in continuing to learn Torah throughout their lives-making it the book every rabbi, cantor, parent, and tutor will also want to have. Jewish learning-for young people and adults-will never be the same. Weekly portion pamphlets are now available for every parasha of The JPS B'nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary!

Koren Talmud Bavli, v. 34 - Zevahim Part 2, English (Hardcover, Noy ed): Adin Steinsaltz Koren Talmud Bavli, v. 34 - Zevahim Part 2, English (Hardcover, Noy ed)
Adin Steinsaltz
R1,040 R829 Discovery Miles 8 290 Save R211 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Eli's Story - A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life (Paperback): Meri-Jane Rochelson Eli's Story - A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life (Paperback)
Meri-Jane Rochelson
R670 Discovery Miles 6 700 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Biography of a Jewish doctor who survived and triumphed over the horrors of the Holocaust. Eli's Story: A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life is first and foremost a biography. Its subject is Eli G. Rochelson, MD (1907-1984), author Meri-Jane Rochelson's father. At its core is Eli's story in his own words, taken from an interview he did with his son, Burt Rochelson, in the mid-1970s. The book tells the story of a man whose life and memory spanned two world wars, several migrations, an educational odyssey, the massive upheaval of the Holocaust, and finally, a frustrating yet ultimately successful effort to restore his professional credentials and identity, as well as reestablish family life. Eli's Story contains a mostly chronological narration that embeds the story in the context of further research. It begins with Eli's earliest memories of childhood in Kovno and ends with his death, his legacy, and the author's own unanswered questions that are as much a part of Eli's story as his own words. The narrative is illuminated and expanded through Eli's personal archive of papers, letters, and photographs, as well as research in institutional archives, libraries, and personal interviews. Rochelson covers Eli's family's relocation to southern Russia; his education, military service, and first marriage after he returned to Kovno; his and his family's experiences in the Dachau, Stutthof, and Auschwitz concentration camps-including the deaths of his wife and child; his postwar experience in the Landsberg Displaced Persons (DP) camp, and his immigration to the United States, where he determinedly restored his medical credentials and started a new family. Rochelson recognizes that both the effort of reconstructing events and the reality of having personal accounts that confi rm and also differ from each other in detail, make the process of gap-fi lling itself a kind of fi ction??an attempt to shape the incompleteness that is inherent to the story. An earlier reviewer said of the book, ""Eli's Story combines the care of a scholar with the care of a daughter."" Both scholars and general readers interested in Holocaust narratives will be moved by this monograph.

Decorative Shabbat Humash & Siddur, Sepharadim (2 Volume Box Set) (Hardcover): Koren Publishers Decorative Shabbat Humash & Siddur, Sepharadim (2 Volume Box Set) (Hardcover)
Koren Publishers
R1,225 R967 Discovery Miles 9 670 Save R258 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Feeling Jewish (A Book for Just About Anyone) (Hardcover): Devorah Baum Feeling Jewish (A Book for Just About Anyone) (Hardcover)
Devorah Baum
R545 R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 Save R114 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

In this sparkling debut, a young critic offers an original, passionate, and erudite account of what it means to feel Jewish-even when you're not. Self-hatred. Guilt. Resentment. Paranoia. Hysteria. Overbearing Mother-Love.

In this witty, insightful, and poignant book, Devorah Baum delves into fiction, film, memoir, and psychoanalysis to present a dazzlingly original exploration of a series of feelings famously associated with modern Jews. Reflecting on why Jews have so often been depicted, both by others and by themselves, as prone to "negative" feelings, she queries how negative these feelings really are. And as the pace of globalization leaves countless people feeling more marginalized, uprooted, and existentially threatened, she argues that such "Jewish" feelings are becoming increasingly common to us all.

Ranging from Franz Kafka to Philip Roth, Sarah Bernhardt to Woody Allen, Anne Frank to Nathan Englander, Feeling Jewish bridges the usual fault lines between left and right, insider and outsider, Jew and Gentile, and even Semite and anti-Semite, to offer an indispensable guide for our divisive times.

Two Gods in Heaven - Jewish Concepts of God in Antiquity (Hardcover): Peter Schafer Two Gods in Heaven - Jewish Concepts of God in Antiquity (Hardcover)
Peter Schafer; Translated by Allison Brown
R688 R624 Discovery Miles 6 240 Save R64 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A book that challenges our most basic assumptions about Judeo-Christian monotheism Contrary to popular belief, Judaism was not always strictly monotheistic. Two Gods in Heaven reveals the long and little-known history of a second, junior god in Judaism, showing how this idea was embraced by rabbis and Jewish mystics in the early centuries of the common era and casting Judaism's relationship with Christianity in an entirely different light. Drawing on an in-depth analysis of ancient sources that have received little attention until now, Peter Schafer demonstrates how the Jews of the pre-Christian Second Temple period had various names for a second heavenly power-such as Son of Man, Son of the Most High, and Firstborn before All Creation. He traces the development of the concept from the Son of Man vision in the biblical book of Daniel to the Qumran literature, the Ethiopic book of Enoch, and the Jewish philosopher Philo of Alexandria. After the destruction of the Second Temple, the picture changes drastically. While the early Christians of the New Testament took up the idea and developed it further, their Jewish contemporaries were divided. Most rejected the second god, but some-particularly the Jews of Babylonia and the writers of early Jewish mysticism-revived the ancient Jewish notion of two gods in heaven. Describing how early Christianity and certain strands of rabbinic Judaism competed for ownership of a second god to the creator, this boldly argued and elegantly written book radically transforms our understanding of Judeo-Christian monotheism.

The Guide of the Perplexed, v. 1 (Paperback, New edition): Moses Maimonides The Guide of the Perplexed, v. 1 (Paperback, New edition)
Moses Maimonides; Translated by S Pines
R812 R771 Discovery Miles 7 710 Save R41 (5%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This monument of rabbinical exegesis written at the end of the twelfth century has exerted an immense and continuing influence upon Jewish thought. Its aim is to liberate people from the tormenting perplexities arising from their understanding of the Bible according only to its literal meaning. This edition contains extensive introductions by Shlomo Pines and Leo Strauss, a leading authority on Maimonides.

You Bring the Bagels I'll Bring the Gospel - Sharing the Messiah with Your Jewish Neighbor (Revised) (Paperback, Revised... You Bring the Bagels I'll Bring the Gospel - Sharing the Messiah with Your Jewish Neighbor (Revised) (Paperback, Revised ed.)
Barry Rubin, Steffi Rubin
R313 R294 Discovery Miles 2 940 Save R19 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

An orderly presentation of everything needed to learn how to share the Messiah with a Jewish friend. Divided into four sections: You -- the Gentile Christian: Your Message -- The "Jewish" Gospel; Your Audience -- The Jewish People: and Feedback -- Barriers to Belief. Used in Bible schools and seminaries.

Shelamzion - Queen Of Israel (Paperback): Lauren Jacobs Shelamzion - Queen Of Israel (Paperback)
Lauren Jacobs
R20 R17 Discovery Miles 170 Save R3 (15%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Shelamzion dreams of living for a cause. As a Maccabean descendant, her family had defeated the Greeks occupying Judea and had restored the nation’s independence. But her uncle, the king, rules with greed and selfish ambition, isolating her family from the people.

An arranged marriage to her cousin shatters her dreams of purpose and her longing to marry Yaakov, her tutor. Shelamzion watches her husband, the newly crowned king, continue his father’s reign of tyranny. Lines are drawn, civil war spills blood on to Jerusalem’s streets and Shelamzion is faced with personal loss and the desire to rise up and protect her people.

But Yahweh has never chosen a queen to rule over Israel before, so will he do it this time?

500 Questions and Answers on Chanukah (Paperback): Jeffrey M Cohen 500 Questions and Answers on Chanukah (Paperback)
Jeffrey M Cohen
R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is probably the most comprehensive and detailed treatment of the festival of Chanukah in the English language. It commences by placing the festival in its historical context by surveying the history of the Jewish people from Abraham until Alexander, and proceeds to explain the origin, nature and ramifications of Hellenism and the spiritually corrosive effects it had on Judea. Rabbi Jeffrey Cohen employs his customary analytical approach in looking at the classical sources afresh in order to describe the stages of the Maccabean revolt and the reoccupation and cleansing of the Temple. A major question that he addresses is how such a unique military victory could have been so down-played in Jewish tradition to the extent that the miracle of the oil, rather than the courageous Maccabean exploits, has become the popular rationale of the entire festival. The author provides an encyclopaedic treatment of the festival, embracing its development and history, philosophy, theology, rabbinic insights into the festival, its laws (including women's obligations) and customs, its celebration in home and synagogue, its observance among exotic Jewish communities, as well as quiz questions and activities for the younger reader.

Josephus's The Jewish War - A Biography (Hardcover): Martin Goodman Josephus's The Jewish War - A Biography (Hardcover)
Martin Goodman
R572 R454 Discovery Miles 4 540 Save R118 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

An essential introduction to Josephus's momentous war narrative The Jewish War is Josephus's superbly evocative account of the Jewish revolt against Rome, which was crushed in 70 CE with the siege of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple. Martin Goodman describes the life of this book, from its composition in Greek for a Roman readership to the myriad ways it touched the lives of Jews and Christians over the span of two millennia. The scion of a priestly Jewish family, Josephus became a rebel general at the start of the war. Captured by the enemy general Vespasian, Josephus predicted correctly that Vespasian would be the future emperor of Rome and thus witnessed the final stages of the siege of Jerusalem from the safety of the Roman camp and wrote his history of these cataclysmic events from a comfortable exile in Rome. His history enjoyed enormous popularity among Christians, who saw it as a testimony to the world that gave rise to their faith and a record of the suffering of the Jews due to their rejection of Christ. Jews were hardly aware of the book until the Renaissance. In the nineteenth century, Josephus's history became an important source for recovering Jewish history, yet Jewish enthusiasm for his stories of heroism-such as the doomed defense of Masada-has been tempered by suspicion of a writer who betrayed his own people. Goodman provides a concise biography of one of the greatest war narratives ever written, explaining why Josephus's book continues to hold such fascination today.

Moadim l'Siha (Hardcover): Jonathan Sacks Moadim l'Siha (Hardcover)
Jonathan Sacks
R610 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R118 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Panim El Panim (Paperback): Yonatan Feintuch Panim El Panim (Paperback)
Yonatan Feintuch
R448 R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Save R32 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
What the Rabbis Said - The Public Discourse of 19th Century American Rabbis (Hardcover): Naomi W. Cohen What the Rabbis Said - The Public Discourse of 19th Century American Rabbis (Hardcover)
Naomi W. Cohen
R1,786 Discovery Miles 17 860 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

aCohen breaks new ground by drawing from relatively unstudied sources: the sermons delivered in nineteenth-century synagogues.a
--Marc Saperstein, Principal, Leo Baeck College

What the Rabbis Said examines a relatively unexplored facet of the rich social history of nineteenth-century American Jews. Based on sources that have heretofore been largely neglected, it traces the sermons and other public statements of rabbis, both Traditionalists and Reformers, on a host of matters that engaged the Jewish community before 1900.

Reminding the reader of the complexities and diversity that characterized the religious congregations in nineteenth-century America, Cohen offers insight into the primary concerns of both the religious leaders and the laity--full acculturation to American society, modernization of the Jewish religious tradition, and insistence on the recognized equality of a non-Christian minority. She also discusses the evolution of denominationalism with the split between Traditionalism and Reform, the threat of antisemitism, the origins of American Zionism, and interreligious dialogue. The book concludes with a chapter on the professionalization of the rabbinate and the legacy bequeathed to the next century. On all those key issues rabbis spoke out individually or in debates with other rabbis. From the evidence presented, the congregational rabbi emerges as a pioneer, the leader of a congregation, as well as spokesman for the Jews in the larger society, forging an independence from his European counterparts, and laboring for the preservation of the Jewish faith and heritage in an unfamiliar environment.

The Everyday Torah (Paperback, Ed): Bradley Artson The Everyday Torah (Paperback, Ed)
Bradley Artson
R530 R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Like any classic, the Torah appears in different guises with each rereading. Its infinite layers of meaning and depth offer the opportunity to harvest anew, without any fear of exhausting its supply of wisdom, counsel, and "kedushah" (holiness). To encounter Torah is to encounter God.
--from the Introduction. .

In this inspiring collection, Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson illuminates the sacred text at the heart of Jewish spirituality. Enlightening and original, "The Everyday Torah" brings the ancient text to life with poignant reflections that will guide to you to a deeper understanding of the Torah, of Judaism, of yourself. . .

"Torah goes its weekly way, and we go ours, and do the two paths ever cross? They cross often in many minds and hearts, but when it is Bradley Shavit Artson who provides their point of intersection, the crossroads widens into a town square."
. --Jack Miles, author of "God: A Biography" . .

"Every page is a joy to read. Many, many readers will treasure this book."
. --Richard Elliott Friedman, author of "Commentary on the Torah" and "Who Wrote the Bible?," .

"Rabbi Bradley Artson remains one of the most inviting of modern day teachers of Torah. This book will offer needed guidance and inspiration to all who turn its pages."
. --Rabbi David Ellenson, Ph.D., president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

The Jewish Wedding Now (Paperback): Anita Diamant The Jewish Wedding Now (Paperback)
Anita Diamant
R361 R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Save R127 (35%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Newly revised and updated, the definitive guide to planning a Jewish wedding, written by bestselling novelist Anita Diamant-author of The Red Tent and The Boston Girl-and one of the most respected writers of guides to contemporary Jewish life. This complete, easy-to-use guide explains everything you need to know to plan your own Jewish wedding in today's ever-changing world where the very definition of what constitutes a Jewish wedding is up for discussion. With enthusiasm and flair, Anita Diamant provides choices for every stage of a wedding-including celebrations before and after the ceremony itself-providing both traditional and contemporary options. She explains the Jewish tradition of love and marriage with references drawn from Biblical, Talmudic, and mystical texts and stories. She guides you step by step through planning the ceremony and the party that follows-from finding a rabbi and wording the invitation to organizing a processional and hiring a caterer. Samples of wedding invitations and ketubot (marriage contracts) are provided for inspiration and guidance, as well as poems that can be incorporated into the wedding ceremony or party and a variety of translations of traditional texts. "There is no such thing as a generic Jewish wedding," writes Anita Diamant, "no matter what the rabbi tells you, no matter what the caterer tells you, no matter what your mother tells you." Complete, authoritative, and indispensable, The Jewish Wedding Now provides personalized options-some new, some old-to create a wedding that combines spiritual meaning and joyous celebration and reflects your individual values and beliefs.

Megillat Esther Mesorat Harav (Hardcover): Joseph B. Soloveitchik Megillat Esther Mesorat Harav (Hardcover)
Joseph B. Soloveitchik
R431 R375 Discovery Miles 3 750 Save R56 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Rabbi Paul Enlightens the Ephesians on Walking with Messiah Yeshua - A Messianic Commentary (Paperback): Barney Kasdan Rabbi Paul Enlightens the Ephesians on Walking with Messiah Yeshua - A Messianic Commentary (Paperback)
Barney Kasdan
R414 R334 Discovery Miles 3 340 Save R80 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Practical Talmud Dictionary (Hardcover): Yitz hak Frank The Practical Talmud Dictionary (Hardcover)
Yitz hak Frank
R656 R547 Discovery Miles 5 470 Save R109 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Jew (Paperback): Cynthia M. Baker Jew (Paperback)
Cynthia M. Baker
R718 Discovery Miles 7 180 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Jew.The word possesses an uncanny power to provoke and unsettle. For millennia, Jew has signified the consummate Other, a persistent fly in the ointment of Western civilization's grand narratives and cultural projects. Only very recently, however, has Jew been reclaimed as a term of self-identification and pride. With these insights as a point of departure, this book offers a wide-ranging exploration of the key word Jew - a term that lies not only at the heart of Jewish experience, but indeed at the core of Western civilization. Examining scholarly debates about the origins and early meanings of Jew, Cynthia M. Baker interrogates categories like ethnicity, race, and religion that inevitably feature in attempts to define the word. Tracing the term's evolution, she also illuminates its many contradictions, revealing how Jew has served as a marker of materialism and intellectualism, socialism and capitalism, worldly cosmopolitanism and clannish parochialism, chosen status, and accursed stigma. Baker proceeds to explore the complex challenges that attend the modern appropriation of Jew as a term of self-identification, with forays into Yiddish language and culture, as well as meditations on Jew-as-identity by contemporary public intellectuals. Finally, by tracing the phrase new Jews through a range of contexts - including the early Zionist movement, current debates about Muslim immigration to Europe, and recent sociological studies in the United States - the book provides a glimpse of what the word Jew is coming to mean in an era of Internet cultures, genetic sequencing, precarious nationalisms, and proliferating identities.

Egotist (Paperback): Jesse Bogner Egotist (Paperback)
Jesse Bogner
R332 R238 Discovery Miles 2 380 Save R94 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
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