Friday, June 23, 2006

למי שמגיע מגיע

(even my savta agrees)

12 comments:

chanie said...

I don't get it- care to explain?

Pragmatician said...

wise women!
Now I hopethat wa sin the good sense, right?

Pragmatician said...

wise women!
Now I hopethat wa sin the good sense, right?

anonym00kie said...

that can be a scary thought sometimes..

anonym00kie said...

actually that can also be a really encouraging thought also :)

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

Sounds like one of those obvious thoughts but that ppl don't pay attention to. Good one. That is if I understood it right. Maybe you should explain it.

kasamba said...

I love this mantra because you realise that it's not up to you to put things right if something is negative and yet if something is positive and posivity will be returned.

the sabra said...

chanie:
everyone gets what they deserve.

pragmatician:
ummm well the keychain i got from her a while back definitely had only goodness and love chained to it

anonym00kie:
yes it can

anonym00kie:
yes it can ;)
truthfully, its a comforter usually, knowin that no deed goes unpunished.
(brings to mind s.j.'s comment on the other post-the flash fiction of the holocaust)

socialworker/frustrated mom:
dont know how u understood it, but like i answered to chanie, its that everyone gets what they deserve.
btw most obvious thoughts dont get the attention they deserve.

kasamba:
yep
but who says its not in ur hands to give em what is magiah lahem?
(which makes me wonder what ur kids will do to YOUR diary)

the sabra said...

sabra:
magiah lach tzlash

kasamba said...

AHA!

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

Thanks I thought it meant something else. Yes I agree and it does not get the attention it deserves.

chanie said...

thanks!