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December 08, 1989 - Image 53

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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We need your help
to feed the hungry

success is regarded as the
ideal of life.
But the Almighty would
not permit Jacob to betray his
earlier idealism. And Jacob is
soon confronted in yet a third
dream by an angel who says:
"I am the God of Beth El
where you annointed a pillar
and made a vow unto me."
Don't you remember, Jacob?
All that you asked for at that
time were the necessities of
life, for bread to eat and
clothes to wear. And now you.
dream of riches and bigger
flocks. "Now arise and get out
of this land and return to the
land of your birth?' Get out of
this materialistic and
hedonistic society and return
to your father's house and
your earlier standards and
values.
This final dream marked a
turning point in Jacob's life.
It pointed the way to a new
value system that would lead
to spiritual maturity and
rearrange his priorities from
the material to the spiritual.
Jacob went on to become the
revered patriarch of our peo-
ple. He left a spiritual legacy
that survives to this very day.
Every person in the course
of a lifetime experiences
similar challenges and
vicissitudes. Under the
pressures of a materialistic
society many of us have
dissipated our talents, have
betrayed our youthful
idealism. Many today dream
of a six-figure income and a
"killing" on the stock market
— modern versions of Jacob's
ancient dream of speckled
and striped cattle. But our
biblical story teaches us that
it is never too late to revert to
our earlier idealism, to recap-
ture some measure of our
youthful altruism.
Let us never forget or for-
sake the dreams of our
youth.



I SYNAGOGUES

All-Day Shabbat
At B'nai Moshe

Congregation B'nai Moshe
will conduct an all-day fami-
ly Shabbat observance Dec.
16.
Following morning services
and a lunch, the program will
feature workshops for all
ages: "Jewish Scruples" for
adults; "Values Clarification"
for teens; and "Jewish Trivia"
for children. A Shabbat pup-
pet show will be included.
The afternoon will conclude
with Minchah, seudah

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shlishit, Ma'ariv and Hav-
dalah services.
There is a fee for the lun-
cheon. The public is invited.
For reservations, call the
synagogue office, 548-9000.
Deadline for reservations and
payment is Dec. 13.

Beth Abraham
Has Square Dance

The Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses sisterhood and men's
club will cosponsor a square
dance at the synagogue 7 p.m.
Dec. 10. Professional caller
Geoff Baxter will help the
novice and the experienced
square dance couples. There
will be refreshments, gifts
and prizes.
Everyone is welcome. There
is a charge. Millie and Bernie
Winer are co-chairing the
event. For information, call
the synagogue office,
851-6880.

B'nai David Sets
Family Luncheon

Congregation B'nai David
will hold its monthly Family
Shabbat Luncheon following
morning services Dec. 16 at
the synagogue.
Rabbi Morton Yolkut of
B'nai David will conduct a
discussion on the Torah por-
tion. Cantor Stuart Friedman
will lead the traditional Sab-
bath zemirot. A catered
luncheon will be served at no
charge, but non-members are
asked to make reservations
by Dec. 12.
For resevations, call the
synagogue, 557-8210.

Food Bank of Oakland County

YES! I/we want to help pi-ovide nutritious food

to the needy of my community.

Uwe have enclosed:

Li $10

[D $25

Chanukah Party
Set At Livonia

LI $5

The Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation will hold its annual
Chanukah party and yearly
raffle 5 p.m. Dec. 17 at the
synagogue. Latkes will be
served.
There is a charge and reser-
vations are required. To make
reservations; call David
Gross, 421-5922; or Bill Offer-
man, 474-8051.

I/we prefer to contribute
Please send additional envelopes.

Beth El Junior
Choir To Perform

City/State/Zip

Temple Beth El's junior
choir will perform in concert
7:30 p.m. Dec. 8 as part of the
evening's service. A selection
of Chanukah songs set to
Hebrew and English texts
will be featured.

D $50

D $100

D Other

each: ❑ month, ❑ quarter.

Name

Address

Checks should be made out to

Food Bank of Oakland County

All gifts are tax deductible.

Thanks for tour support.

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