Last week I did not share with you the events I attended. Because last week my son got married and it was not the time to write. But this week my life has returned back to its routine.
You happen to have nowhere to go on a Friday night and your wish is to celebrate Kabbalat Shabbat – the welcoming of the Sabbath, the most important day of the week for Jews, now you can.
There is new trend in town; every Friday, at 7:00PM, at Lenny’s Deli, the replacement for Juniors Deli, on Westwood Boulevard, Cantor Estherleon Schwartz leads an evening of lighting the Shabbat candles, song, dance and deli food and an opportunity to meet new people in a get-together atmosphere. Last Friday was my second time to partake in this unique Friday night event. Open to the public at large, you are welcome to join and learn, or re-learn, prayers, customs, and rituals for Shabbat.
On Sunday, at the community center of La Cienega park in Beverly Hills, I came to hear Bob Kaelun, the Vice President, Sales of Max International, the life changing product, which has changed my life and so many others. I have already written about my experience with Max products: Conquering Health – Help yourself, help humanity, share this testimony
But if you want your body to heal itself, if you want to maximize your life and also help others to do the very same, you need to surf the net and find as much information possible about Glutathione and the natural immune system that operates in each human cell. Once you have educated yourself, you can educate others and help heal humanity in a way like never before.
They say laughter is good for the soul so I will end with this story:
A single man began to despise living alone and having the silence greet him and surround him while at home. He decided he will buy a pet to keep him company. At the pet store he told the owner he was seeking a cheerful animal as companion. The owner brought along a parakeet and told the man, “this lovely song bird will break the silence in your home with its lovely chirping.” The man bought the bird and brought it home. As he was unpacking the cage, he saw it only had one leg. Angry, he called the pet store keeper to complain, and the man replied: did you want a singer or a dancer?
And that is our life lesson, know what you want and when you have it, embrace it.