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Songs That Take Me Back: No Fear

"The words rang truer in our minds than ever before"

The song “Kol Ha’olam Kulo Gesher Tzar Me’od” [the classic tune written by Rabbi Baruch Chait for soldiers during the 1973 Yom Kippur War, inspired by the words of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov] takes me back through the years to one year when Camp Munk hosted a group of boys who were very ill. They came to join camp for a week. I remember that before they left, one of the songs we sang together was “Kol Ha’olam Kulo,” and the words rang truer in our minds than ever before.


Vocalist, Shalsheles

(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 868)


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