The Unfinished Journey of Rabbi Simes

Passover is a time when Jews all over the world mark the story of Exodus ... their journey from enslavement to emancipation. This year, that story has deeply personal overtones for Rabbi Yehuda Simes as he comes to terms with the accident that left him paralyzed and feeling enslaved by his own body.



PART TWO

Unfinished Journey: Rabbi Simes

Jews around the world are celebrating Passover this week. It is a time of family ... and of remembering freedom denied and won. This year many members of Ottawa's Jewish community will also be thinking about the challenges facing a Rabbi and his young family, who are observing a Passover like no other. That's the subject of our documentary this morning, The Unfinished Journey of Rabbi Simes by The Current's producer Howard Goldenthal.


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