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The Billionaire Who Wanted To Be Buried With His Socks On

Wednesday, 19th July 2017

 

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LUNCH WITH Gֹ-D

Thursday, 13th July 2017

 

A little boy wanted to meet God. He knew it was a long trip to where God lived, so he packed his suitcase with a bag of potato chips and a six-pack of root beer and started his journey.

When he had gone about three blocks, he met an old man. He was sitting in the park, just staring at some pigeons. The boy sat down next to him and opened his suitcase. He was about to take a drink from his root beer when he noticed that the old man looked hungry, so he offered him some chips. He gratefully accepted it and smiled at him.

His smile was so pretty that the boy wanted to see it again, so he offered him a root beer. Again, he smiled at him. The boy was delighted! They sat there all afternoon eating and smiling, but they never said a word.

As twilight approached, the boy realized how tired he was and he got up to leave; but before he had gone more than a few steps, he turned around, ran back to the old man, and gave him a hug. He gave him his biggest smile ever..

When the boy opened the door to his own house a short time later, his mother was surprised by the look of joy on his face. She asked him, "What did you do today that made you so happy?"

He replied, "I had lunch with God." But before his mother could respond, he added, "You know what? He's got the most beautiful smile I've ever seen!"

Meanwhile, the old man, also radiant with joy, returned to his home. His son was stunned by the look of peace on his face and he asked, "dad, what did you do today that made you so! happy?"

He replied "I ate potato chips in the park with God." However, before his son responded, he added, "You know, he's much younger than I expected."

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. People come into our lives for a reason, a season, or a lifetime! Embrace all equally!

Have lunch with God.......bring chips.

Gilad, Naftali and Eyal

Thursday, 6th July 2017

Would you believe that three years have passed?

Three years since the Jewish world was shook by the murder of the three boys. So many of us learned the names of Gilad, Naftali and Eyal in the worst way possible.

Their deaths were senseless, but due to the great courage of their parents, not purposeless. The boys’ parents bravely called for Jews everywhere to use the tragedy to focus on communal unity and Jews everywhere rallied around then. 

What can we do to make sure that this sense of unity and the memory of the boys is never extinguished?

Principally, we should do our best to remember on our own to treat everyone with respect. However, physical monuments are frequently crucial to ensuring that memories take an eternal hold.

To this end, Makor Chaim, the school in which the boys studied, opened a crowdfunding campaign to help finish their school’s building. The building will be used to promote the feeling of togetherness that emerged following the unspeakable disaster. It will serve as the physical monument to help us remember “the three boys” forever.

We cannot bring them back, but we can make their legacy grow.

British Empire Medal goes to the Rebbetzen

Thursday, 29th June 2017



British Empire Medal goes to the Rebbetzen

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Making decisions

Wednesday, 21st June 2017

In life, we often find ourselves thinking if we should be doing something for a third party or if it is unnecessary or would be going over the top, for example popping over to see a friend who you haven’t seen for a long time. 

Rabbi Meltzer once said that he heard from the great Rabbi of Novardok that in many decisions that a person makes, one has personal bias.

The Rabbi of Novardok was once in a situation where a dignitary came to town and the Rabbi was not sure whether or not he should go and visit this important guest. In order that his decision shouldn’t depend on his own personal laziness, the Rabbi got dressed in his finest attire and went to the hotel where the dignitary was staying before contemplating and coming to a decision on his course of action.

This, said Rabbi Meltzer, is the way that I have learned to live my own life. When Rabbi Meltzer was once asked to write a letter of commendation for one of his students wanting to move on to higher education, in order that the effort of writing the letter should not cloud his judgement he first wrote the letter before deciding if it was in the best interest for the student to move on or to remain in his current establishment.

Shuls join relief effort following devastating Grenfell Tower fire

Thursday, 15th June 2017

Shuls join relief effort following devastating Grenfell Tower fire

 

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Change the world!

Thursday, 8th June 2017

When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world. 

I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation. 

When I found I couldn't change the nation, I began to focus on my town. I couldn't change the town and as an older man, I tried to change my family. 

Now, as an old man, I realize the only thing I can change is myself, and suddenly I realize that if long ago I had changed myself, I could have made an impact on my family. My family and I could have made an impact on our town. Their impact could have changed the nation and I could indeed have changed the world. 

A Simple Act of Caring

Thursday, 1st June 2017

A Simple Act of Caring .... creates an endless ripple ...

To the Good Samaritans in our lives ... THANK YOU!

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LET MY PEOPLE GO - Kivi Bernhard

Monday, 29th May 2017

LET MY PEOPLE GO - Kivi Bernhard

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Rabbi brings refreshments to Manchester police after terror attack

Thursday, 25th May 2017

 

Video: rabbi brings refreshments to

Manchester police after terror attack

Rabbi Shneur Cohen, of Chabad Manchester City Centre,

and his colleagues gave out hot drinks and food

to officers standing guard outside the arena.

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