Counting Jews

Do statistics really matter?

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Comments (5)

(5) Anonymous, June 7, 2014 3:23 PM

Very interesting and very beautifully.

Excellent scriptural observance and explanation. The concept from beginning to end is uplifting to those of us who struggle in life wondering if your faithfulness and belief in God will ever have any significance. Especially when we pass Godly values on to our children.

(4) ross, May 28, 2014 4:33 PM

Never won.

I've never won any Chinese Auction...ever! Chances are I'll never win, and it seems to be true. So why do I still get my hopes up? Because I'm naive. Uh, no, I mean because statistics don't matter. If I'm meant to win something...If I'm meant to win something...
Sigh. I'll just keep repeating that. At least it's tzedukah.

(3) Aviva - Jerusalem, May 26, 2014 10:06 AM

vwry encouraging for small famiies

Somebody told my friend that her grandmother had one child and he had ten. Each of those had ten. She is one of those grandchildren.

There is a lady living not far from us who was an only child and she has 20 children! And a good friend of mine has only two daughters and they each have a lot of children and are still young and will have many more, please G-d.

There are so many stores like these, and one need not despair. But the story of the Tribe of Dan is the most amazing.

(2) Judith, May 26, 2014 4:11 AM

Do numbers matter in population

To me it does matter as to how many people are living in a city, in a country or the world and how many are women and how many are men. Like you said it is in G-D'S Hands and G-D is the One who started census (record keeping) of the tribal members.

(1) cee, May 25, 2014 6:23 PM

True and Wonderful

Just beautiful and uplifting,,thank you.


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