Regrettably, I Will be Unable to Attend

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4 Responses

  1. alfie says:

    This Havurah designator is a giveaway. I’m glad you are onto it.

  2. Neil Lontsman says:

    Have you ever done business with this restaurant before? Somehow I doubt it. In that case, depending on the laws in your state, you might be able to sue them for sending an unsolicited fax.

  3. Rachel Chavva says:

    In reading your article I felt this restuarant is trying to at least offer people a “kosher” type meal and in doing so may generate a spark in someone’s soul to return to, or discover, the joy in an observant life for themselves and their family.

  4. Graciela Ripa says:

    I am a gentile having been raised a Catholic. I have nothing but respect for your culture and am always astounded by the caring and gentleness and caring for others that seems to come so naturally. People move and pass away and can not always find themselves with family during special holidays, I think it is wonderful that the restaurant gives those alone or unable to gather with friends a nd loved ones the opportunity to eat and gather together to remember lest they forget the meaning of the holiday.

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