When I launched the Purim Mitzvah Challenge three weeks ago, I really didn’t know what to expect.
I didn’t know how honored and humbled I would feel to have a personal connection with so many of you – strangers and friends alike – as you performed the mitzvah of tzedakah.
And most of all, I didn’t realize how much tragedy and sorrow would afflict our community – and our world – in such a short span of time.
The needs are tremendous. The grief overwhelming. But so is your kindness.
Which makes the 340 canned goods and non-perishable items that you contributed all the more wonderful. And the $133 that you donated to various organizations all the more incredible!
Thank you. You are good, good people.
I am honored that you read my blog. You inspire me to be a better person.
Tizku l’Mitzvot. May you merit the opportunity to perform many, many more mitzvot.