IT is rare that a contemporary figure deserves to be called a “giant”, but in the case of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, this title was wholly justified. He was an intellectual giant, an unparalleled communicator and teacher, and a mighty defender of Israel and the Jewish people. Yet precisely because he was a colossus in so many realms, it is impossible to truly encapsulate the totality of who Rabbi Sacks was. All we can do is share reflections on the part of Rabbi Sacks that each of us knew.