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The Psalmist (I think its #29) said:

ה' עוז לעמו יתן

G-d will give us Oz

What's the purpose to giving us The Wizard of Oz? I thought we are supposed to kill wizards, no? Is that the whole point of giving him to us - so we can kill him?

Even if this is meant to be an exception, The Wizard of Oz is useful only for granted three things - a heart, a brain, and courage. I thought that these things are granted by G-d, not from wizards. As a matter of fact, we pray for each of these every day, and we are asking G-d, himself to grant these to us. Should we praying to the Great Wizard instead?

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  • It's in 29. Or was that the joke? – DonielF Mar 21 at 18:51
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    @DonielF Thanks. I edited. The joke is that you thought that it was a joke. – DanF Mar 22 at 12:57
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G-d knew that Jewish cuisine would develop in a somewhat unhealthy manner, so he gave us the Wizard of Oz to carry out heart bypasses and other cardiac procedures.

As we read in Tehillim 84:6:

אשרי אדם עוז לו בך מסילות בלבבם

Happy is the person who has Oz; you will have pathways in your heart.

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