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Lori Almost Live

Thank You, Mark

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Visitor Comments: 8

(8) Daniel Blumenthal, November 9, 2008 6:53 PM

just an appreciative fellow Jew

Thank you ,Mrs. Palatnik, for being here & doing what you do. Brachas V'Hatslacha!

(7) Judy Abrams, November 6, 2008 7:57 PM

your words are so powerful

Rabbi Abrams and I shep so much nachas from you. You are very wise and caring. May you always have the strength to continue to reach out to others. Love Judy Abrams ( now living in Florida)

(6) Sharon, November 5, 2008 9:12 AM


I sure could use some flowers today! I'm glad Lori received some to brighten her day. It doesn't take much to turn a bad day into a good one, and flowers certainly brighten up the room and the spirits.

(5) Anonymous, November 4, 2008 6:48 PM

Thats a nice story, very inspiring ! Thanks for sharing your moments... G-od is everywhere giving us signs, but at most of them we dont pay enough attention.. until the message comes in a more loudly way...

(4) ruth housman, November 4, 2008 4:24 PM


This is sweet. The flowers came at the right time, so that, too, seems "divine". There are hard parts to contemplate, and that is, some do fall, and they don't make it. I have to believe that the learning curve goes both ways, for those left behind, too, in this case. I also must believe that LOVE powers everything, so there's another side, on the other side, which explains that movement towards the light that so many, who haven't gone quite the whole distance, do come back to describe. With thanks, luminous Lori!

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