Here's a beautiful lesson from the holy language of Hebrew! The root of the word for "give" in Hebrew is "natan" נתן which is a palindrome; it reads the same backwards as forwards. The essence of giving is that what we give, we get back in some way. While many assume that their time or money will be lost forever if shared, Judaism teaches the opposite; that we stand to personally gain when we give to others. Join Meir Panim, an incredible Israel non-profit, in giving meals to hungry children and Holocaust survivors throughout the Land of Israel, and reap the blessings that will enter your life!
The Biblical verse that is used to compose this fabulous work of art is the basis for the Biblical mandate Grace After Meals. By saying a prayer after eating, we recognize the supreme blessing of having food to feed our hungry bodies.
Can you tell where this lovely photo by Ilan Rosen was taken? If you need a clue, just start thinking about all the different bodies of water in Israel - there aren’t that many! Post your answer toFacebook or send me an email.
Hi, I am Ansa from South Africa and love Israel with all my heart! I was part of an excavation team in 2007 at Tel Dor and am praying to go back once again. I constantly keep praying for the peace in Jerusalem and would love to keep receiving all news. Ansa Wasserfall
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