Jew in the suburbs


Please Daven and say Tehillim
July 27, 2009, 11:55 pm
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Please Daven and say Tehillim again for my grandmother Peral bat Sima. She will be having surgury tomorrow.



A Gift Ring

 

On my 18th birthday my mother and grandmother wanted to give me a gift which I could hold onto for years to come.  They asked me what I wanted and suggested jewelry. I agreed, it may surprise you that I didn’t choose anything with peals since peal is my birth stone. I have always loved Sapphires, I find them to be just as beautiful as peal and I told my mother if she had her heart set on buying me jewelry I wanted to pick a sapphire ring. I have very small hands and fingers so after the ring was chosen I had to leave it at the store to get sized.  On my birthday I went to pick up the ring. I was so excited about it. Now the ring has more sentimental value to me than I expected.

 

You see I was standing at the jewelry counter waiting for the ring when I felt eyes on me. I turned slightly and found myself looking at a man in a wheelchair. “Getting yourself something today?” He asked me, I answered that it was my 18th birthday today and my mother and grandmother wanted to get me something special.

 

He continued to look at me without saying anything for a while and then suddenly he said. “I know sometimes you feel like no one will ever love you and that you will be alone. You are a beautiful girl; always remember that you will find someone.”

I was speechless for a few moments as he went on. I wondered why he came up to me and how he knew that sometimes these thoughts ran through my head.  He began to wheel away from me. He said again you are a beautiful girl, it will happen for you. As he said this he looked at the woman who was his wife, smiled and moved towards her. She waited for him and smiled at me. Moments later she was walking beside him.

 

I tried on my birthday ring, it fits perfectly. It is a ring for only special occasions, but every once in a while when there is no special occasion I take it out, look at it, and place it on my finger. Every time I look at it I remember what the man said, I smile, and I think about what it will be like when with G-d’s help I am married to and living with my soul mate. I know in my heart because of my emonia that the man is right, that I have a soul mate that I will be with and this person will love me as deeply and profoundly as I will love him.



Please say Tehillim
July 14, 2009, 4:33 pm
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Please, say Tehillim for the following people:

ZEV BEN TOVA

sarah shira bas leah malka

Chana Hinda Bas Esther Malca

Yaakov ben Shoshana

NECHAMA bas CHANA LEBA 

Rochel Faiga bas Rivka Malca

Faiga bas Yehudis Rochel



Rosh Chodesh Av Soul-mate Project
July 14, 2009, 4:23 pm
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Rosh Chodesh Av is on Wednesday, July 22nd.

 

Sign up to say Tehillim for your children, other relatives, and your friends to find their soul mates. Click here http://www.writeinvite.ca/tehillim/index.htm and fill out your form. Please, pass  this information on. There are 2 project groups and there needs to be 40 people in each group and  in each time zone.  

http://www.writeinvite.ca/tehillim/index.htm



Please say Tehillim
July 7, 2009, 5:07 pm
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Please say Tehillim for:

 

Sara bas Yael

Levi Yitzchak ben Sarah Sasha



Torah Site Naaleh online
July 2, 2009, 11:11 pm
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New articles and songs will be coming from me soon.

 

 In the meantime I wanted to inform you that I got a phone call today from naaleh.com. Last year at a Shabbos lunch my friend told me about this site. The following Monday she sent me the link and I have been learning Torah with them ever since. I can listen to a Shuir anytime I want from my home and I see who is teaching it. When going to a Shuir brought to me for free using this site I feel as through I am sitting with my teachers in a classroom in Israel. Someone from Naaleh.com called me and other students to let us know that due to the recession they had fallen on hard times and did not want to see an end to this wonderful program which is free to users. I could tell the person on the phone was unhappy about having to ask myself and others for money. Please, go to http://www.naaleh.com/  See what classes they offer, and if you are able donate what you can to http://www.naaleh.com/

 

May naaleh.com be blessed to continue to bring Torah to their students and may they be blessed to receive new students.