Why I love my new life in Israel. Tonight we had a special pre-Jewish Holiday dinner and my friends really surprised me.
We were sitting around the table having tea and there was cake too and they brought over this large cellophane bag with a big red ribbon on the top. You could see the bag was filled with all kinds of chocolates, different cookies and many candies. They gave it to me for a “sweet New Year.”
I said all of this and they said yes. Since my friends had already eaten the cake; we plan on sharing some of the chocolates and sweets from the bag they gave me tomorrow and all during the High Holidays.
The people in my New Life in Israel are so kind and thoughtful. They often help me with many things like my travel directions. For example, I am going to Tel Aviv later this week and they helped me with the bus schedule and finding the most convenient route.
****It makes such a difference when you are around thoughtful, kind and caring people who appreciate you and want to help you compared with those who want to deceive you and take advantage of you.
Well, I have to go because I have a very busy morning beginning with watching the beautiful sunrise over the Desert Mountains.
If you have never been to Israel you many want to take a trip here and if you have been to Israel, you many want to visit again. Feel free to come to see me in Arad but only if you come with honorable intentions and want to be part of this wonderful world of Love, Peace, Freedom and Kindness.
As always, none is this is legal advice, I am just sharing my experiences to help others as the voice of OUR REVOLUTION to End the epidemic problem of Parental Alienation in the United States, Israel and all over the World.
-by Sara Hassman, Founder, www.PAlienation.org