Saturday, December 27, 2008

8 Days of Giveaways:
Say-a-Blessing Keychain Giveaway!



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PopJudaica.com is celebrating Chanukah with 8 Days of Giveaways! Each day this week, we'll be gifting one lucky blog reader with a special Chanukah gift.

Today's prize is the Say-a-Blessing Keychain. With just a touch of the button, this pocket sized keychain recites one of 10 blessings of your choice including the blessings over challah, wine, and washing of the hands. Also included are the prayers of "Modeh Ani" and the "Shema." The blessing is first stated in Hebrew and then translated into English, leaving you enough time after each word to repeat the blessing.

To enter to win the Say-a-Blessing Keychain, tell us about something you consider to be a blessing in your life. So many of us focus on the negatives in life. Here's an opportunity to focus on what we are thankful for! Leave your comment below by midnight PT tonight 12/27/08.
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13 comments:

KJ said...

It was a major blessing and tuning point of my life to move from Texas and live in NYC for three years. I met my husband, and thus set the course for the rest of my life. If I had not taken that bold opportunity when it was offered, nothing in my life would be what it is now. I cannot imagine my life without him or our three children.

TheAngelForever said...

My family is a major blessing. My amazing hubby and two sons are only part of it, I am blessed to live near a lot of my extended family. I love watching my boys with my parents and know that they are always here in an emergency.

valerie2350 said...

My kids!!! When the going gets rough, I just remind myself how lucky I am to have them :)

phyllis said...

at risk of repeating....i also find my family to be the biggest blessing in my life! my children light up my life and my husband is truly my soulmate. damn, i'm lucky.

Robin @Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters said...

Besides my friends, family and health, I find my job to be a major blessing. I work for Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters which enriches the lives of children, their families and adults with disabilities by establishing and supporting professionally matched one to one friendships. Not only is the mission unbelievable as there are so many children and families in need that normally would not seek support, the people that I work with each and every day are reason enough to wake up. Being a part of the Jewish community in the professional world, as well as my personal life this past year has been a blessing.

avulpineheart said...

this is going to sound really, really terrible. but the biggest blessing i have in my life right now is the strength i gained from breaking off my engagement. it hurt me, it hurt him - but it was necessary. and it made me realize i am stronger, much stronger, than i ever thought possible.

even what looks like a curse can be a blessing with HaShem's grace.

S2K said...

My immediate family and my incredible friends.

toplibrarian said...

My biggest blessing is my family, especially my new daughter-in-law who makes my son so happy.

TechyDad said...

I have two major blessings in my life. The first is my wife. She and I met online almost by coincidence. (She forgot she left the chat room window open and decided to contact me based on something I only put in my profile a few days earlier.) We hit it off talking online and when we met in person. We've been married for seven and a half years now and I couldn't imagine my life without her.

My kids are my second blessing. I love seeing them grow up and learn new things. I do miss them being little babies, though.... It can be tiring running after a 5 year old and 19 month old!!!

beth said...

My daughter is a major blessing--after going through IVF treatments (I am only 34 but they said I was going through menapause) and when they did the egg retrevil I only had 2 eggs and got so blessed on the first try

Reiza said...

My children are my blessings. So too is the husband who gave the kids' truffles to give to me for Chanukah tonight. :-)

Sue Kay said...

Something I consider to be a blessing in your life is my family (husband, 2 sons)Thank you.

Rivster said...

This will sound strange but my current struggle with my health has been a blessing insofar as I know have a better understanding of what it is like for people with a chronic illness. It is hard not to see the meningitis as the curse that it is. I am trying to see it as a blessing. One that will make me a more compassionate rabbi...and person.