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December 04, 1992 - Image 47

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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Ensuring Their Tomorrow

he will kill me. Who knows
what dangers I will yet face?"
But the call persists: "Jacob,
I know how tired you are, but
climb, just climb." Because of
that ascent, Jacob received
Divine blessing.
For most of us, courage con-
jures up images of soldiers go-
ing over the top, firemen
entering burning buildings to
save helpless victims, or other
feats of daring. This is one
kind of courage, but the word
means more.
Courage is the willingness
to risk failure to create a new
and better reality. Courage is
the ability to pick ourselves
up after loss and pain, and to
go about the business of liv-
ing. Courage is the remark-
able human resilience which
enables us to suffer loss and
to continue to live and
celebrate life. Courage can be
defined as "passionate per-
sistence" whose brillant ex-
pression can be seen in the
heroic history of the Jewish
people, the descendants of
The story of Jacob's dream
suggests that wherever we
are and, whatever our cir-
cumstance, though we too
might lie down at night with
fear and uncertainty — with
concern and doubt, we have
the potential of arising
refreshed, realizing that we
are in God's presence and
with this knowledge, we can
continue and merit God's
- blessing. ❑

• • I Can Save You
a Bundle Today

You probably like kids. A few of them may even be your children or
grandchildren. You'd like to secure their future, and you'd like them
to perpetuate the values you believe in.

Beth Achim
Names Director

Congregation Beth Achim
has appointed Phyllis
Strome as executive direc-
Ms. Strome comes to Beth
Achim after serving as pres-
ident of Temple Kol Ami in
West Bloomfield. She has
supported Women's Ameri-
can ORT, National Council
of Jewish Women and B'nai
B'rith as well as various
community organizations.
As a member of Business
and Professional Division
and Women's Division of
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, Ms.
Strome is involved with the
Volunteer Network and
Tzedakah Fair. She also is a
member of the National
Commission of Social
Ms. Strome will be han-
dling administrative func-
tions of the synagogue.

But, being practical, you'd also like to ensure your own financial
security. In tough economic times, you want to maintain your
income . . . and you wouldn't mind a tax break.

Maybe there's a way to do it all. It's called charitable gift planning.

Think about it, then call the Endowment Department of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, 642-4260.

Please fill out form below and return to: Federated Endowment Fund, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit •
PO Box 2030 • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2030

Yes, I'd be interested in learning more about charitable gift planning through the Federated
Endowment Fund. Please contact me.




Phone (B)

Age range: 30-40





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