Friday, July 13, 2012


After weeks and weeks of trying to brush off the niggling concerns, I am blessedly and finally and utterly at peace.

Baruch Hashem. 

The Rov told me that according to the Torah, if both a 70 year old and a 20 year old are in danger, there is absolutely no preference as to whose life takes precedence.

That's it; it's all over now.

And now I can go into this with strength, confidence and pride, the powerful beams of Torah light guiding me and protecting me.

Baruch baruch Hashem!!


rutimizrachi said...

Always happy when you are happy -- even when, as now, I haven't a clue what you're talking about. <3

Pragmatician said...


just saw your comment on my old blog.

How I miss those times, I re-read some old comments and had so much fun.

Kol hakaod you still blog!

I think you and David ( are the only ones who did not give up.

Pragmatician said...

Hmm that ruling sounds a bit strange to me, but I'm no Rav of course.

the sabra said...

Ruti and Pragmatician, so exciting/flattering that you're here and commenting. Thanks :)

Ruti, it's time we catch up. I'm the slacker in email response, I know.

Prag, I too go back n read old comments, so so nostalgically wonderful, but sometimes I get a bit disconcerted, wondering if it's okay that I'm alone on this island..

Re what the Rov said, I asked a specific question for a specific case and that is what he answered me, but possibly in a different scenario the ruling would be different. Didn't sound like it though.

rutimizrachi said...

I'll look forward to our next burst of chatfest, whenever it happens, dear one.