Monday, December 26, 2011

10 Agaroth's Mesirat Nefesh Havel Havelim Plus

It's one thing to commit, promise to produce an edition of Havel Havelim, or any other internet project when you have a computer plus internet in the comfort of your home, but Ya'aqov of Esser Agaroth doesn't have that luxury.  To produce his latest Havel Havelim, he had to hire a friendly computer in the CBS Egged's Jerusalem Central Bus Station's Internet Cafe.  This really was a true act of Mesirat Nefesh, self-sacrifice for the international jblog Jewish Blogging Community.  Please thank him by visiting and commenting and sharing his hard work.  And, even better, if you'll offer to host an edition of Havel Havelim.

Chanukah is the holiday of Mesirat Nefesh,  isn't it?

It seems that many jbloggers have forgotten about Havel Havelim or don't know about it, so I'm going to take this opportunity to add a few posts from blogs on my sidebar.  Please visit them, too.  And please participate in HH by offering to host, sending your links, joining the facebook page, reading and publicizing it.  Thanks

Read about Hashgacha Pratit in the blog across the street.  Life in the married lane shops with kids and survives.  Read her tactics.  Bat Aliyah thanks Hashem.  Ilana-Davita reviews Jewish Ethics and Social Justice.  And finally, some of my thoughts about Chaunkah, the price of freedom and independence.  And I hope you read Ya'aqov's Carnival of Krembos #1.

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