I won't be blogging tomorrow, which is Yom Kipur, a solemn day on the Jewish calendar and filled with promise for a better future. In that spirit of holiness (prayer, repentance and charitable behavior), let's see what we can do to better the future.
There are LOTS of things a person can do to improve their own life and someone else's.
You can read a book that makes you feel better, no matter what medical problem you or a loved is facing.
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It definitely addresses spiritual as well as practical matters. You don't have to be Jewish to love this book. Look at the right-hand margin to read what a Methodist lay-minister says about the manuscript!
Perhaps you don't need to read it, but someone you know does. Send the digital version to their monitor. Find out the person's correct E-mail address and BUY IT TODAY!
Don't just wish an ill person "Shana Tova" (Hebrew for "May it be a GOOD New Year). Make it happen!
May Blessings flow from Heaven for 5770 and 2010.
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