Thank you to all of my friends. With G-d's help, Google turned my account back on yesterday so my blog and my life are back in the saddle. I will continue to use this mailing service however, because I can not trust Google with mulitple emails anymore. I want to still try the other mailing service as well, so next week I will try it a couple of times. It has better features, however, too many of its emails go to Spam. This service has better results. I appreciate all of your support as I experiment with the best results. In the meantime, keep your praying going for the Jewish people as we are under attack again even in our synogouges where anther horrible event took place yesterday. Love Yehuda Lave
You might find it difficult to ask someone a question or to ask someone to help you out. Telling yourself, "Just ask," might make it easier.
Before saying these two words, you might have been debating whether or not to ask. Even though you know you have a right to ask and that it will be beneficial to ask, you feel a bit uncomfortable. As you say to yourself, "Just ask," you might just go ahead and actually ask. In many situations you will find that asking is much easier than you had expected.
Love Yehuda Lave
And here is a 26 year old Neil Yong singing his famous song about an old man he would one day become.
The Gush eztion attack area
Photo Credit: Courtesy Gush Etzion Regional Council
Three people were murdered and seven wounded in a shooting and ramming attack on Thursday in Gush Etzion.
The IDF reported that an initial inquiry reveals that the terrorists opened fire from a passing vehicle at a shuttle van at the intersection of Alon Shvut, and then carried on towards the Gush Etzion junction — where they collided with a private car. Security forces who arrived at the scene shot one terrorist dead.
MDA forces in Gush Etzion junction reported that after resuscitation attempts medics and paramedics determined the death of an 18-year-old American yeshiva student on the scene.
In addition, the forces provided medical care and evacuated to the Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center a 50-year-old man in very serious condition with a gunshot wound in his upper body. The man was unconscious.
The 50-year-old man, a teacher from Gush Etzion, died from his wounds. The man was identified as Yaacov Don from Alon Shvut.
The third murdered victim in the terror attack was an Arab pedestrian.
Six additional Israelis were lightly injured and evacuated to receive treatment at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.
One of the terrorists was killed, a second terrorist was captured with an Uzi sub-machine gun.