Friday, November 20, 2015

GI JEWS from world war Two and dealing with Solitude

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Rabbi Yehuda Lave

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This picture symbolizes the support that our Forefather Jacob asked from G-d when he was about to leave Israel.. We ask G-d humbly to give us these things in life so that wan serve him and walk in his ways.
  • Coping With Solitude

Frequently when a person is physically ill or sustains an injury, he has an enforced solitude. For many people, this loneliness causes more suffering than the actual pain of the illness or injury.
If, however, such a person will utilize his time properly, he will be able to gain much from the experience. He can spend his time studying things he had never previously found the time to study. He can build up a close relationship with one or a few people, that he would not have been able to had he not been incapacitated. He/she can have the time for themselves that was never possible before.
The crucial factor is your attitude. Despair over loneliness will increase the suffering. Looking at the time available as a precious gift will decrease it.
Love Yehuda Lave
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 a environmental engineer in the Israel Air Force.
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A beautiful piece about Jews who served with distinction for America in World War Two including Mel Brooks
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