Monroe teen dedicates song he wrote to synagogue massacre victims


PITTSBURGH – Duvy Burston, 16, of Monroe is a student at a yeshiva – a boys’ religious school – in Pittsburgh, not far from the Tree of Life synagogue where 11 Jewish worshipers were murdered during a prayer service last Saturday.
Burston, who is the son of Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston, directors of Chabad of Orange County, wrote and recorded a song in Hebrew meant to be inspirational and uplifting. He will dedicate it to the victims, their families and all residents of Pittsburgh.
“The title of the song is ‘Ki Ata Imadi’, saying God is always with you even in difficult times and times that seem really, really bad; God is always with you to protect you,” he said.
Burston plans on contacting the spiritual leaders of the Tree of Life synagogue and Pittsburgh city officials to offer his song to uplift the community. 

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