Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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Thank You and Shana Tova

(Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is a time of repentance – returning/connecting to G-d – and begins at sundown of Wednesday, September 4th this year.  It’s celebrated for 2 days and this year continues into the Holy Shabbos Shuvah – the Shabbos of Repentance and Return.  That’s 3 days of celebrating G-d as King and trembling with awe as we face judgment before the King of Kings for the New Year.  Learn more about Rosh Hashana here.)

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To all those who helped with our Charity Direct for Rosh Hashana campaign, THANK YOU!  Your donations have been distributed direct to the needy this week, continuing right up through this morning.  For those YOU helped, you literally turned Rosh Hashana from a disaster to joy.  You have directly made a difference in the lives of the needy in Eretz Yisroel (the Land of Israel – the Holy Land) for the New Year and the day of judgment.  May these holy merits, and have no doubt this is directly bringing holiness and goodness into this world, stand for you and bring you a GOOD and SWEET YEAR. 

Each and every one of us can make a difference in making the world a better place.  Every little bit helps, and you never know – while it may seem a little bit to you, to the one you are helping it may literally save their life!  Make a difference for good and change the world, one little bit at a time!

Anyone additional who would like to donate, we will distribute again next week in the days before Yom Kippur (if we receive additional donations).

If you can help, now’s the time.

Donate NOW – via Credit Card or Paypal – click here NOW

To all of our readers, may Hashem write you in the Book of Life, Income, Children, Health, Happiness and Peace.  May He grant all of Klal Yisroel a Good and Sweet Year filled with blessings, a year of peace and prosperity for the Land of Israel, and prosperity and goodness for all of mankind.  And may we merit the ultimate blessing, the coming of Moshiach Tzidkaynu and the Geulah Shalayma THIS YEAR.

From Reb Akiva and Reb Gutman, a Gut Yom Tov und a Gut Gbenched Yar.  לשנה טובה תכתב ותחתם

(On the Jewish Holy Days, as on the Jewish Sabbath, we do no work [in 39 categories of prohibited activities], and that includes not turning on or working on our computer.  So no posting until Sunday, September 8.  See you then, G-d willing.)

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