I MISS MY LITTLE SYNAGOGUE ON THE SHORES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY. BUT TODAY I AM REPLENISHED SPIRITUALLY AND EMOTIONALLY WITH WORDS OF GRATEFULNESS SHARED BY A SPECIAL STUDENT, CONGREGANT AND “TEACHER” OF THIS LOVELY SHUL.
I QUOTE HER WORDS TO SHARE THE POWER OF GRATEFULNESS AND TO SUGGEST THAT PERHAPS SO MANY OF THE CHALLENGES OF SYNAGOGUE LIFE COULD BE SUCCESSFULLY MET IF ONLY WE APPROACH THEM WITH THE GRATEFULNESS THAT RESIDES IN OUR HEARTS.
“AND SO RABBI GLAZER, IT IS OUR TURN TO BE GRATEFUL- GRATEFUL THAT YOU’VE TOUCHED OUR LIVES… MOST IMPORTANTLY, THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO REGAIN OUR SENSE OF WHAT IS SO VERY SPECIAL ABOUT KOL AMI.”
THANK YOU RONA FOR YOUR GIFT OF GRATEFULNESS.
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We miss you too. Today was the processional of the torahs from Nevey Shalom. It was a wonderful event. Aleah went to Camp Galil again this summer and we dropped her off 3 weeks ago and picked her up this week and went to New York to stay with friends.We made it back from a our trip just in time to wake up this morning for me to attend. All the usual crew were there and it was great seeing everyone after about a month away. Rabbi Pohl did a fine job in making us all feel like one congregation, yet I think alot of us were still waiting for you to walk in carrying your cup of coffee.
I just wanted to thank you again for being our Rabbi and I personally appreciated our time together. I hope we can come up and visit sometime and maybe catch a service at B'nai Jeshurun when my cousin Ezra starts working over there.
All the best,
Les Pisarz & Family
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