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Bonus Purim Episode! March to the Beat of your own drum (Congenital Amusia/ Tone Deafness) with Yoni Burstyn

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It’s been said that Music is the universal language of mankind. However that is not true for everyone. In this episode, we will hear from a leibedicka individual who utilizes all of his challenges and experiences to bring simcha to those around him.

A big thank you to Yoni Burstyn for sharing his story and experiences with us.

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