I recently received one of these emails discussing the following: What if Microsoft wrote the manual for Ford Motor and what if Ford Motor wrote the manual for Microsoft? It went thru various things that could go wrong and who to call in an emergency. For instance, if the your car broke down on a hot summer day, you would call customer service, which is in India. You would be put on hold for more than an hour and then receive instructions (not in a dialect you could understand) on how to reboot your car. It wouldn’t work. Or if your computer froze would you be able to open it up and give it a boost with cables? Obviously not. You must have the right manual and speak to the right customer service centers to meet your needs.
As we approach Rosh Hashana in less than 60 hours who are we going to call on for help? How are we going to get the answers we so desperately need to live? What are we going to do to change? How will we survive these challenging times? Who is going to help us understand the “Manual of Life?”
We must go to the Author who wrote the “Manual of Life.” This Rosh Hashana (New Year) we plead before the Ribono Shel Olam (G-D) the Healer of all healers to cure all those in need of a Refuah (cure), to allow our bodies to run the way they are intended too; the Banker of all banks, to send Parnasah (livelihood) to those who cannot pay their bills; the Father of all fathers, to do whatever it takes to help make His children happy. It is He and only He that can provide all our needs.
When one Davens (pray) for other’s, his/her Tefillos (prayers) will be answered first. We are so grateful to all of you who Daven day in and day out for the full and speedy recovery of our precious, delicious, Bennylicious. This Rosh Hashana we would like to give back. If Chas VeShalom (G-D Forbid) anyone of you have someone that you would like us to Daven for, please send us the name. We will say the names with Benny, Binyomin Chaim Ben Faigie Sarah, who loves to Daven and sing the praises of Hashem. All names will remain confidential.
Wishing you all a Shana Tova!
Faigie and Ari , Benny and Family