Friday, August 13, 2010

The Big News...

Ok, here it is! I just purchased a local kosher bakery! Thank God, and with God's help, all the pieces fell into place this week and my boss, the previous owner, was an incredible help in making this happen. So, now I get to work VERY hard and feed people!

So there you have it!

Have a wonderful Shabbos!


BrooklynWolf said...

Hatzlacha on the new venture. May your profits rise with your dough!

The Wolf

Am Kshe Oref - A Stiff-Necked People said...


Selena said...

So could we order some challah and danishes to be shipped here?

Printer said...

Hello....funny how you run across things on the web. I was reading Deut. 9 and came across vs. 6 (this is out of a christian bible so don't know if it's the same chapter's and verses that you are familiar with?) but anyway it's where God is giving Israel the land of Anakim, but wants them to know, in no uncertain terms, that's its not because of how "good" they are, but because of HIS promise to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. It is here that GOD calls them "stiff-necked". So I wanted to find out what the Hebrew word actually meant and that's how I ended up here reading your blog.

So after saying all that I want to wish and pray for you the best and that you get to go home. It's interesting to me that your post about your renewal was on my birthday April 23. You sound like a really nice person and so I pray the LORD gives you the desire of your heart, and that your wife and children's hearts also desire this that is in your heart. I also love the honor you have for your wifes parents, this shows your honor for God....and there is a promise with that commandment ......that it will go well with you! So I come in agreement for you that this move will go well for you!

I hope I haven't offended you in anyway writing this much, but I was touched by reading and seeing a bit of your heart. I am Christian so I probably did some things in my writing that may have the possibility to offend, I hope you can overlook this as it isn't my intent.

I do know a family who moved back to Israel in the 70's (I think that was the time frame?) after being moved in their hearts to return to their ancestral land. They now live somewhere in hills of Judea. They were in Tel Aviv up until 2005 then moved (long story). Could give you their email if it would help you in anyway.

We'll I've taken too much space already! So I'll end by saying....

Be blessed (Barukh)


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