If you feel like you’ve reached the end of the rope, tie a knot and hang on. Hurricane Sandy is on a path of destruction.
To all my friends in harm’s way, I am holding you in the light. Nothing to do but pray up. Pray up.
Tool for Tuesday: Pray up.
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Diana Bletter is the author of several books, including The Invisible Thread: A Portrait of Jewish American Women (with photographs by Lori Grinker), shortlisted for a National Jewish Book Award. Her novel, A Remarkable Kindness, (HarperCollins) was published in 2015. She is the First Prize Winner of Moment Magazine's 2019 Fiction Contest. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, tabletmag, Glamour, The Forward, The North American Review, Times of Israel, and is a reporter for Israel21C, and many other publications. She is author of Big Up Yourself: It's About Time You Like Being You and The Mom Who Took off On Her Motorcycle, a memoir of her 10,000-mile motorcycle trip to Alaska and back to New York. She lives in a small beach village in Western Galilee, Israel, with her husband and family. She is a member of the local hevra kadisha, the burial circle, and a Muslim-Jewish-Christian-Druze women's group in the nearby town of Akko. And, she likes snowboarding and climbing trees.
Pray up. I love the expression.
I have a prayer buddy who is the master of Arrow Prayers. She can be busy doing any/all things and suddenly think of you and shoot up a quick Arrow Prayer.
With Hurricane Sandy, each time she watches a news/weather update, she loads to shoot up another prayer.
Thanks, Marylin, we need all the Arrow Prayers we can get sent for the people devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
היי דיאנה- את כותבת כל כך יפה. תודה. —– Original Message
—– From: THE BEST CHAPTER To: email@example.com Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 10:13 AM Subject: [New post] Tool For Tuesday: Pray Up
dianabletter posted: ” Hurricane Sandy & Marblehead [Front Street 8] (Photo credit: The Birkes)If you feel like you’ve reached the end of the rope, tie a knot and hang on. Hurricane Sandy is on a path of destruction.”