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In a world where we are concerned about the growing (antagonistic) diversity within the Jewish people and within the world of Orthodoxy, it is important to learn from the gedolim of the past about how to behave properly even within the context of divergent Torah opinions. Here is an example of such behaviour: Rav Yoshe Beir, from the world of Mizrachi, speaking -- no, fundraising -- for Chinuch Atzmai. And who invited him to speak -- no, requested him to speak -- no one less than Rav Aharon Kotler. This is gadlut -- and a model for us all.