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Today's Mitzvah Monday Challenge: Be Kind to Human Kind

Be Kind to Humankind Week, observed every year between Aug 25 - 31, is an annual celebration of kindness recognized globally. Every day has its own theme with a list of lovely suggestions of ways to be kind to family, friends, neighbors – even those who may consider you their enemy.

The celebration is a reminder of how simple it is to show loving kindness to another individual – be it a friend in need or a stranger you pass on the street.   The suggestions are as simple as being mindful to someone’s feelings, picking up the telephone to call a family member or friend whom you have not been in touch with for a long time, and even committing to safer driving in our busy lives.

Be Kind to Humankind Week began with two women who provided assistance to stranded boaters when no one else took the time to be bothered.  With that as a starting point, take the time to “be bothered” to provide kindness to other human beings, as taught by Christ, not just during the week of Be Kind to Humankind, but throughout your days. 

Romans 12:10   Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor…

 

And as you join us in praising the Living God for the miracle of the modern-day state of Israel, we pray you’ll renew your own resolve to bless Israel and the Jewish people by giving a generous gift of support.

May God bless you for being a blessing to Israel and the Jewish people

Yes, I want to Bless the Jewish People in Israel!
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