Monday, April 07, 2008


Meet Those in Need - Meet Yitzchok

by Akiva at Mystical Paths

Kol Yisroel Mishpacha Echad, All the Jewish People are one family, and those who bless you will be blessed...

Passover, the season of our redemption, is approaching. Please spare us a moment and meet one in need (video). The truth is, the man you are about to meet may be in need of the basics of this physical world, but we are in need of his relationship with Hashem. (1 minute Hebrew w/English subtitles, 2 minutes in English).

Following that is a personal appeal (video) from Rabbi Nati and myself to help our needy brothers and sisters in Israel. For most in the US and Western Nations, charity is an organizational affair. But here in Israel as we encounter those in our neighborhood and by the grocery store in need, in very serious personal desperate need, charity is a personal affair and our collective personal responsibility.

We are not an organization, we have no office overhead, nobody on salary, every single dollar / shekel / euro given will go directly to those in need (minus the credit card processing fee, ~2.5%).

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  1. If you will use the Google shopping cart, there are no charges at all (through the end of 2008).

  2. What a special Jew that Yitzchok is!

    Akiva and Reb Nati, you are doing great things!!

  3. Peace be with the moderator, as well as those able to read this message.
    The time has come, the harvest is ripe.

    The Faithful Witness

  4. Basra:(Memri video)

  5. Thank you for for the chizzuk in emunah. Yizchak taught me from where true happiness really comes.
    Do you have an address i could send money to- instead of through online credit card?

  6. anon 1 - I'll take a look at Google cart, thanks for the idea.

    anon 2 - Paypal can also make an e-check payment via bank account. Unfortunately, we don't have a US address to mail to at this time, and Israeli mail isn't safe for mailing money or checks.

  7. I like your site!! I invite you to take a tour on my jewelry website, and if should more information is required.


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