Thursday, 29 March 2012
The "Yibaneh Yerushalayim" - "May Jerusalem be Rebuilt" magazine is out, and will be available in various stores in and around Jerusalem from today! It will also be distributed to select post boxes, shuls and seminaries. The magazine is absolutely FREE! If you'd like some of these colourful magazines dropped off in your store for distribution to your customers, please do contact us TODAY!
What's it all about?!
Our magazine is focused on sharing the good news we have about our Bayit Chadash project. It's a project that assists orphans to celebrate their marriage with a selection of brand new gifts to begin their new home in dignity! You'll read a letter from a couple we recently helped. You'll find out how much pleasure those volunteering to help us receive from giving to those who'll truly appreciate it! You'll get some great tips about enhancing your marriage. You'll find the best service providers for all things marriage-wise - from Chatan and Kallah teachers, to Shadchanim and much more! You'll find service providers offering you specials provided you take the magazine in to them to show them that you heard about them from us!
Our first issue is just the start - and we intend to expand it to include authoritative articles on a variety of marriage and Shidduch related issues.
You're invited to advertise in the magazine at some awesome special rates - so make sure to get your advert into our next edition!
DON'T MISS THIS ISSUE - AND DO BE IN TOUCH.
WE'D LOVE TO PUBLISH YOUR FEEDBACK IN OUR NEXT EDITION!
Monday, 26 March 2012
Irving Belfer died January 20 2012 at the age of 97. His life was by all accounts a tragic one having lost his wife and 4 year old son in the holocaust. He himself required 5 years of healing in hospital after those tragic years. He lost his father and four of his siblings, who were all killed in the holocaust too. He was 28 years old at the time of the holocaust making him over 40 by the time he had managed to leave the hospital. He married again and had a daughter - and remained married for 48 years! He left behind two sons - one a rabbi, and 2 great-grandchildren. What a remarkable man and someone who we can all learn from - especially when we encounter our own difficulties, tragedies and terrifying moments in life. Some other incredible people we can learn from are Alice Sommer-Herz and the Klausenberg Rebbe
Isn't it incredible what so many can achieve - even in the face of such tragedy?
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
This is one of the most brilliant, wonderful videos I have seen teaching very visually the 39 categories of forbidden "labour" activities on Shabbat. Now you can get to see exactly how they are done for real! Much success in mastering them all!!!