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Happy 2013!

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May G-d give us good fortune,
love, a burning furnace,
grains to fill my empty bushel
a hand to shake my lonely hand
A flame to my lamp so I need not
too early in my bed lie
Answers to questions He should send
So my faith won’t shatter,
May G-d give us lights,
Instead of funerals – life,
Asking for me is a shameful thing
So without asking He should give

(Adjon az Isten by László Nagy)

 

13 Responses to “Happy 2013!”

  1. Andi says:

    Boldogat, Neked is, nagyon-nagyon! 🙂
    Szeretlek!
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  2. Nora says:

    Oh Hevel, I’ve had just an awful, awful past couple of years. This brought so much peace to my heart! Thank you for sharing. Happy New Year!!!!

    • Hevel @KosherKola says:

      It’s not the best translation ever, it was done by a friend and I, but it’s a poem I love and can relate to.

  3. Nora says:

    ps: I’m stealing it for my FB wall. Are you on FB? If so, may I friend you?

  4. Nora says:

    I don’t see a link on how to send you a private message, so I shall do it here. Hevel, I’m *completely* fascinated by you. Yes, mostly because you are Jewish and if I were ever to NOT be Roman Catholic, I think that is the faith where the Lord would lead me. My question is this (yes, not my business but I’m not asking out of pure nosiness, just to gain a better grip of my understanding of you) are you Jewish by nationality or a convert to religion? Or are you an Irishman who converted? Your many places of living and the experiences you must have gained through them are just so appealing to me….I’m a wanderer by nature who was given a life of limited travel experiences.

    Also, if you wouldn’t mind a private dialogue, I’d like to chat with you about disruptions…my email is above.

    Take care!

    Nora

    • Hevel @KosherKola says:

      I’m an Irishman, who happens to be Jewish. I was born to a mother, who was Jewish, and this happened in Ireland. 🙂 I was raised Roman Catholic and LDS by my aunt and uncle, and I made a conscious choice to return to my roots. Being Jewish, even though I am not sure I actually believe in G-d is something I was born into and I chose.

  5. doesitevenmatter3 says:

    I can relate to this and what, immediately, comes to my mind is “Yes.”
    Beautiful words. I pray this for you and your precious family.
    HUGS, C. 🙂

  6. Ciska says:

    Okay Hevel, I’ve been away for ten days and I see you’ve posted like crazy, but when I came to this page, I also noticed the little ticker on the left hand side. So even though it has nothing to do with this post: who’s expecting? So curious!
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