People write letters to G-d.
Ever wonder where they are sent?
Most end up in Israel, in Jerusalem the capital of the Jewish State.
But once in Jerusalem, what does the Israeli Postal Authority do with the letters?
Let’s find out.
So, next time you write a letter to G-d, don’t worry, your prayers are being delivered.
H/T Israel Matzav
P.S. I’m often asked why I write His name with a – between the G and the d. The reason is simple: There is a Jewish taboo against writing or pronouncing His name in fully realized letters. This taboo is specific to the Hebrew language, but I got into the habit of also applying it to English. Anyway, someone recently told me that it looks like I’m blocking out an expletive—G-d forbid—and I wanted to clarify what’s going on in my so-called mind.
To all our Christian and Catholic friends a very Merry Christmas. And do check out this link from my cyber-buddy Wolf Howling in which he tells us all about the original St. Nicholas. Lovely and inspirational.