7 Sivan, 5775
The Shavuot holiday ended in Israel, last night. One of the memorable parts of the holiday for me was when I focused on the meaning of the prayers with closed eyes, undistracted by anything around me. They state our reason for being: to light the world with kindness.
for the Global Resources Section of
Some of those ailing, incapacitated people are military veterans, whose governments and associated societies have failed to serve their needs. I've met such individuals. I can't begin to describe the reaction in my own guts, to know that someone who risked their all can be abandoned, or so simply.
(click the link so you can, too),
which many people, aka picnickers,
tend to forget is actually a form of Veteran's Day.
The US marks Veteran's Day in November, But there's no time to wait. I hope that you'll also buy a few copies of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge and give them to veterans (in any country!) you know, or can seek out.
For a wounded, suffering vet, and for anyone benefited by his or her sacrifices, every day is Veteran's Day.
Share the wealth. Promote improved health in ways you cannot imagine.
Buy the E-book or print edition of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge for yourself or someone you know. Present it as a gift to someone who needs it, even someone you've never met.
Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism.
Find ways to ease someone's pain.