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When I flipped open the locket on Jacob Stein’s headstone to find this photo, I laughed out loud. The whole photo just exudes life and joy – he looks so happy and comfortable, with an expression that gives you the feeling he’s just enjoyed a good joke or story.

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One of the most commonly recognized symbols of Judaism is the Star of David, a hexagram created by two overlapping triangles.

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Some of you might remember when I found what might best be explained as a metal locket protecting a portrait on a tombstone. I haven’t seen another one since then until last weekend, when we were coming back from a trip to Michigan. We came across a cemetery filled with tombstones featuring portraits, and some of them had the metal casing with a flip-top cover. Some were broken:

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