The Good Things
Jacob Richman wrote:
On Friday afternoons, I buy several newspapers including Hebrew ones. Every so often, the Hebrew newspapers include a special insert. If we get a new Israeli president there will be a picture of him / her; if a sports team wins a champinship there may be a picture of them; before Passover you can find a free Haggadah; and before Israel Independence Day there is a large flag folded inside the paper.
This past Friday (July 25), there was a small glossy, two-sided, flyer in the Yediot Achronot newspaper.
On the front of the flyer is a family eating together at the table. The Hebrew text reads: Friday is Reserved for My Family To talk, laugh, eat together. There is one day of the week that you can sit with the whole family and connect. So we declare: Friday is Reserved for My Family.
On the back of the flyer is the Shabbat Kiddush:
After close to 24 years in Israel, I still find nice surprises in the most unexpected places.