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Exploring Garments of the Soul in Urubamba

(lubavitch.com) Last week, Chabad representative to Cusco, Peru, Rabbi Ofer Kripor, led a group of 12 travelers, far removed from ordinary distractions of cell phones and emails in the study of the Ten Sefirot in Urubamba, Peru.

Against the inspired backdrop, near the ruins of the Inca Empire, at the foot of Chico's snow capped mountains, participants spent four days exploring the garments of the soul.

Rabbi Kripor, who typically hosts hundreds of travelers every week, leads this "expedition" once a month. Joining him this time were Chabad rabbinical students Alex Piekarski and Eli Olidort.

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