Monthly Archive: April 2014

Yom Hashoah: The numbers say it all

  Mondays are depressing days for some people, but generally not for me. I am privileged to help ensure that funds are available to assist the orphaned and disadvantaged girls at the Lev Lalev Orphanage. It is a blessing-not a chore- so Mondays are days of renewal, not days of emptiness and depression. Not so …

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The “Fifth” Son

  The number 4 is prominent in the Haggadah that we read at the Passover Seder. We drink four cups of wine, ask four questions, speak about four action verbs that Hashem used to free the slaves from Egypt, and discuss the four sons. The four sons represent the Wise son, the evil son, the …

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Worldwide Network of Friends

    In our last blog we applauded the amazing response we received from James in Virginia. Not to be outdone we received the following email overnight from a friend in Arizona. He wrote: Dear Shimon and special regards to all the girls at the Lev Lalev Orphanage in Israel, “Todah rabbah for your great …

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Extraordinary People; Extraordinary Response

  I was in the middle of sending out personal email wishes to our Lev Lalev donors, when I received an email from a young man in Virginia. James has been donating to Lev Lalev Orphanage in Netanya, Israel, for five years. His checks are not large but he does give almost every time we …

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