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Is There a Doctor on Board?
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Is There a Doctor on Board?

When a kippah-clad doctor stepped forward to rescue a passenger.


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Visitor Comments: 18

(16) SK, July 2, 2012 3:54 PM

Kiddush Hashem reflected by what we wear

Lori, you have presented an amazing lesson for men about behaving in a way that makes a kiddush Hashem since they "look religious" simply by wearing a kippah. Please, now emphasize to our women, teens, and girls, how important it is for them to appear religious in their dress while performing a Kiddush Hashem. Our girls are so fine and quick to do mitzvos and acts of kindness; but many are not careful with their dress...and not all of them have the look of a religious bas Yisroel.

(15) Imelda Pearce, June 30, 2012 8:02 AM

in praise of Lori

Lori, I look forward to your segments. They are almost always enjoyable, fun, and positive. I feeel so much better when i observe them. Thanks for being a loving, poistive Jewish woman and finding the best in Judaism, its noble,generous, understanding expressions.

(14) DK, June 30, 2012 4:02 AM

Wow. What an empowering story. Thank you, Mrs. Palatnik for such enlighening webcasts. They are filled with insight and understanding that anybody can relate to and agree with.

(13) Gail, June 28, 2012 6:13 PM

V'ahavta eit Hashem...

For many years I have tried to find a translation for "m'odekha". There isn't an English equivalent and the commonly used word "might" comes nowhere near describing m'odeka. Khol m'odekha is the powerful extra. You can't say it, you have to act it. This fine doctor made the Shema come alive. Kol hakavod.

Jewish Mom, July 10, 2012 3:51 PM

With all of your resources

Gail, I think me'odecha can be translated "with all of your resources" meaning all of your intelligence, financial means, physical/emotional/spiritual capabilities - everything you've got!

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