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every penny they
had back into the
business in the hope
of keeping it afloat,
but still things
looked very precari-
The board of
directors offered no
solutions, so as a last resort, the owner
decided to seek advice from his rabbi.
He poured out the story, with tears
running down his face, about the
three generations of family sacrifice
that had gone into building this once-
He ended by asking plaintively, "So
rabbi, what should I do?"
The rabbi, a very old and wise man,
said nothing for a long time, and then
quietly said, "So here's what I want
you should do. Get a beach chair and
a Bible. Put them in your car. Drive
down to the water's edge. Sit in the
beach chair with the Bible open on
your lap, and let the wind from the
sea rifle the pages of the-open Bible..."
"Yes, Rabbi ... yes?! ..." encouraged
the business owner, completely at a
loss for any better ideas.
"... and when the pages stop turning
in the wind, I want you should look
down at that page and read the first
thing you see. And that will be what
you must do," pronounced the rabbi
with great certainty.
A year passes ... and the business
owner (not a very religious man)
returns to pay a visit to the rabbi. The
man is wearing a brand neIN , $2,000
handmade Italian suit; his wife looks
stunning in her new mink coat; they
had driven to see the rabbi in their
brand new BMW 740i sedan.
The business owner discretely pulls
the rabbi aside and slips an envelope
to him, stuffed with money.
"Rabbi," he whispered. "This is a
little something for you and your wife,
and here's also a check for $25,000
toward your congregation.
The rabbi, although very old,
remembered the man. "So you did
what I asked?"
"You went to the beach?"
"Yes I did!"
"And you sat in the beach chair with
the Bible open on your lap?"
"Yes, rabbi. Absolutely!".
"And you let the wind rifle through
the pages until they stopped?"
"And what were the first words that
you read on that page?"
"Chapter II." ❑