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"Each shall give as he is able, according to the blessings of THE LORD THY GOD which HE has given you."  Deut.16:17

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GIFT of the MONTH:

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Live GENEROUSLY:  It does a world of good!  Join with people around the world by proudly wearing the    "LIVE GENEROUSLY"
bracelet.      Living generously means giving to others, performing acts of loving-kindness and providing for both immediate needs and
long-term solutions.   Helping to heal the world by bringing dignity and opportunity where none existed.
 
Your generousity does a    " WORLD OF GOOD "     Please join us as equal partners by wearing this symbol of your commitment to our less fortunate brethren.   Accept as our gift this token of  love and devotion.   

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For your FREE GIFT (incl.full name&address)

 
                                                        
                                             

You can make a difference  by accepting the World Manna pledge, which encourages consumers to purchase food products that display the World Manna label. This label indicates that 1% of the proceeds of that food product will be donated by the manufacturer to alleviate and prevent world hunger.  

                                                       Thank You

             Today's Quote

Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.

-Robert Louis Stevenson

 

Our sages have said, "Words which come from the heart, enter the heart. It therefore follows that if you have failed to have a positive influence on your fellow, the fault lies not with him or her, but with yourself. Had you truly been sincere, your words would certainly have been effective."
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— The Lubavitcher Rebbe

 

SOWING SEEDS FOR TIKUN OLAM /Repairing the World

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