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  |  October 25, 2021

I Was Sure I Heard Hebrew at Whole Foods in Hawaii

After a full day of errands, Hawaii Shlucha Perel Krasnjansky stopped at the Whole Foods Market in Honolulu and was certain she heard a family down the aisle speaking Hebrew. They weren't but that wasn't the end of it... Full Story

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Sometimes
October 5, 2021 4:42 pm

When we encounter too many “no’s” its because we are not meant to be there but to be totally somewhere else where G-d destined us to be. Personally it happened to me when applying for jobs. So many no’s and then when the right job came I recieved a clear answer from our Rebbe.I was sent to where I was suppose to be!

Love what u said!
Reply to  Sometimes
October 5, 2021 5:25 pm

In some G-dli sphere, in certain situations, no is really yes.

Great story!
October 5, 2021 7:18 pm

Thanks for posting!

Carolyn
October 6, 2021 1:34 pm

Perel said she invited the young man, but she never said if he showed up for Simchas Torah. I’m interested in knowing if he did come for the service.

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Reply to  Carolyn
October 7, 2021 1:01 pm

No, unfortunately, he hasn’t shown up yet…:( But I’m a big believer in ״ ‏שלח לחמך על המים״ – cast your Bread upon the water s, ie you never know … he may show up in a week, and a month – or never. But the power of one mitzvah is so great that we may never know in what way that has affected him….
PK

Important timing in both cases. What to do?
October 11, 2021 10:44 pm

How did you / or did you- get home in time for Yontif?

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Reply to  Important timing in both cases. What to do?
October 13, 2021 12:26 pm

This was the day BEFORE Erev Yom Tov. It was Erev Hoshana Rabba. (I kept looking at the watch for sunset because after shkiah he could no longer do the mitzvah of lulav & esrog .)

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