Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Great pictures from Old Jerusalem

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Take the Lead

 The Talmud (Makkot 10b) states that a person will be led on the path that he truly wants to travel on.

What path is this for you? How far along this path will you go? This depends on your enthusiasm and persistence. Right this moment be resolved to become even more enthusiastic about reaching your most important goals. (Or become more enthusiastic about formulating your goals.) Be resolved right now to persist along the path. Don't just sit down in the middle of the road. Don't get sidetracked and wander to the right or left. Persist. Keep going. Regardless of your speed, when you persist you will eventually get there.

Love Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Yid Life Crisis --A Day at the museum


very funny as usual.

Timeless images of Jerusalem at the end of Ottoman rule


Earth Quake proof bed to save you in the middle of the night


baby ducks on a water slide


Hamas: Jews execute Palestinians as part of 'religious rituals' Hamas newspaper claims Purim rituals involve murdering Palestinians, complete with rabbinic blessing.

In the newest form of the old antisemitic claim that we use blood like vampires (blood libel), now we murder for G-d.



After that you need some humor--Old Lucy show of her stomping grapes


Here are 7 pictures of European trucks whose trailers are decorated to look like the sides are missing and the products they are hauling are painted on the sides and back.
The first one is of a bottle of beer and looks so real, like it is coming out the side of the trailer..

The second is of canvas tote bag.

The third is of Pepsi cases and they are all stacked on the ceiling, and the bottom of the trailer is empty..

The fourth is of another truck with the windshield facing the back and there has been a driver painted in the driver's seat looking back over his shoulder to appear like he is driving backwards. (Now this one is just plain scary, even when the German reads 'On the wrong way?')


The fifth one is of an aquarium with fish swimming in it.

The sixth one is of a bookshelf with books lined up in it and a post-it-note with an advertisement on it, probably for the company that sells the books.

The last one is for Pringles-Hot & Spicy. The 'inside' of the trailer has the appearance of having been through a fire.

Chinese Proverb:
'When someone shares something of value with you, and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others!