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Shabbat Shalom

Ten things we want to share with you about Lev Lalev; and about Israel at this time. We want a cease fire: they want to fire! As Shabbat approaches let us pray for the end of violence and hatred. In the very name of Jerusalem- Yerushalayim in Hebrew is the words Shalom (peace) and Shleimot …

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Two Simple Words…

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THANK YOU!! Thankfully with your support, and through the generosity of 4,916 contributions, we have been able to accomplish the following at Lev LaLev’s Children’s Home in Israel this year… Twelve great successes in the year 2012: Began the healing and rehabilitation process for nine new girls who we took into the Home. Instituted a …

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Giving the Gift of Summer

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If you’ve ever wondered about the psychological difference between boys and girls, simply visit their summer camps on the last day of the season. As buses are loaded for their return trip home, girls huddle in tearful groups, fully expressing the immense despair of being ripped away from the new friends and way of life …

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What’s Stopping YOU From Diving In?

Lev LaLev visit to a nearby pool

I finally did it. After an entire week of everyone else in my family enjoying our newly opened pool, I finally splashed into it. Somehow this goal of mine had remained elusive for two reasons: time and more time. Generally, this decision is not made lightly. You need time to collect all your gear, including …

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Kid Friendly Kabobs

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We found these festive 4th of July skewers on MakeandTakes.com, and thought they were the perfect easy to make treat for the upcoming holiday weekend, or for those outside America, any summer fun treat! So while everyone else is barbecuing kabobs, let the kids in on the action too…and we all know sticks are a favorite “toy” right? Supplies …

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Making the Most of These Summer Days

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An unending supply of plastic cups; sticky watermelon juice on the counter; beach towels that forever need drying; kids in my house who don’t belong to me and a car that keeps disappearing from my driveway. Did I mention it was MY car? Explanation? School’s out, the kids are home, and life won’t be normal …

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