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    Strolling in the park one day, a woman stumbled upon a precious stone. Before she could place the gleaming object into in her bag, she was approached by a vagabond seeking alms. Nothing the woman was willing to give him seemed to satisfy the needy stranger. Full Story

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    so well put!!
    so well put!!

    to achieve such true contentment requires much effort and giving, but is well worth it in the golden years.

    As a social worker of the elderly, those with faith and accomplishment are much happier with their lot and more content with what is.

    those without this faith and efforts on behalf of the klall are much more angry with their kids, themselves and everyone aroud them. definitely not contented!!

    Mazel TOv
    Mazel TOv

    MAZEL TOV to the whole Kahanov Family!!

    A friend in need is a friend indeed!
    A friend in need is a friend indeed!

    It is difficult to decide when is the right moment and way to help. If it is not desired it could only make the things more difficult. Sometimes one just know, feels that his action is helpful. Sometimes, our help could be even harmful, when not desired or expected. I would compare it to the opinions, when we are not sure what we really want, but there are often not doubts at all about what we do not want. But I agree that it is a big pleasure and the secret of true and enduring happiness to make the world… Read more »