Image via WikipediaMy sister Lisa and I love to call one another and share synchronicity stories. Today was no exception. It is Yom Kippur - a day for repentance, giving and compassion. Yesterday, Lisa stopped by a bread shop looking for challah for the sunset meal before they began fasting. The shop closed at 4 but the door was still open. She saw just the baguette she wanted and asked if she could buy it. The guy said no but she could have it. Then she saw the perfect challah and asked about that. The guy told her to take that one as well. (It was round with raisins but this is the picture that I found in the media gallery). Lisa was wondering about buying the challah - did they really need the bread?!? A few blocks into her ride home, she saw a homeless woman and her kids and...you guessed it. She stopped and gave the woman the bread - the staff of life - for her and her children!! What a wonderful story of giving and sharing and compassion. Yeah sister!!
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