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An old horse was carrying
heavy load through the wood
wheezing and moving very slow
doing the best it could

 

Helping the horse to pull
tired man with rickety cart
heard sound of galloping hooves
and envy filled his heart

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Why G-d deny to me
a cart fast and new
I worship you every day
nothing else I can do
 

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While he was still upset
heard a voice crying out
save me from these murderers
man had no more doubt

 

A horse can run fast
we don't have to plead
for others to spare us
G-d gives what we need

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Inspired by Tehillim 33:17


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About the Author:

Dr. Harry Hamburger is a neuro-ophthalmologist, who also has a Masters degree and certification as a Family and Medical mediator. He is called upon to do ethical consults at local hospitals in the greater Miami, Florida area where he lives.

Married to Claudia, the Hamburgers have two boys - Jordan 15, and Joshua 9.  Part of Jordan’s bar mitzvah celebration consisted of visiting Israel, where he read part of his Torah portion on top of Masada.  Joshua is a very spiritual young boy who lecturers his Dad daily on proper behavior.

After visiting Israel twice, Dr. Hamburger says, “I feel like it is my real home, and that I am living in exile in Miami.  I hope one day to have a home in Israel.” The doctor is a serious student of both Chabad and Breslov Chasidism, and supports both. Dr. Hamburger is also a long time benefactor of the Lev LaLev Fund.

 

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