Thursday, June 21, 2012

May His Memory Be for a Blessing

Tonight is my brother's yartzheit (Hebrew calendar anniversary of his death). In the Jewish tradition, it is customary to say "may his/her memory be for a blessing" after the death of a loved one. This is especially important to me because I lost my brother to suicide, and I want to believe that something good can come of his death.

Please help my brother's memory be for a blessing by making a donation in his honor.

Make a donation to the Eytan Kaplowitz Memorial Fund
Make a donation to the House of Ruth
Make a donation to American Jewish World Service

Or make a donation to any organization whose mission you believe in.

May we all be comforted amongst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

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