9 Av, 5774
Today is an historically, unspeakably sad day on the Jewish calendars: Tisha B'Av, the 9th day of the Jewish month Av.
The Jewish world is focused on specific prayers today, and on character improvement (a lifelong project) everyday A lot of sad life lessons are on our minds. But Jews optimistically anticipate the Messianic arrival, which is clearly closer than ever with the passage of time.
Persevering past sadness is a responsible, mature response to life's challenges.
Upbeat thoughts and actions are effective ways to cope with sadness. I'm about to share such a thought.
Here's some brand new, cost-cutting update from the Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research and Information, which is listed in the Global Resources section of
- OPEN to new applicants
You can share that news with people who need it.
BTW, there's more helpful information about the Musella Foundation, and about lots of other organizations ready to cut YOUR medical costs, in the EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge book.
Want more information on how to deal with medical and/or mental health issues? Find out can-do ways to persevere past sadness and into a more pleasant mindset.
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Share the wealth.
That leaves many people better off ;^ D