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As we have just begun a new Jewish year, and you all mean so much to me, I’d like to take this opportunity (in my first column of Shelanu thisJewish New Year) to address a very important topic: How to Stay Safe in the World Today.
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Therefore, logic tells us that the
safest place for you to be at any
for 20% of all fatal accidents.
given point in time is in synagogue
services. Torah Study is even safer.
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2. Do not stay at home because
The number of deaths occurring
17% of all accidents occur in the
during Torah Study is too small to
home. (that’s a total of 37% already)
even register. So, for safety’s sake, come to shul as often as possible,
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4. Avoid traveling by air, rail, or
water because 16 percent of all
Please, come and join your fellow
save your life!
and attend Torah Study.
pedestrians. (now we’re up to 51%)
I hope and pray to see many of you throughout the year at our
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of all deaths occur in hospitals. Above
You will be pleased to learn that synagogue, and these are usually related to previous physical disorders.
COME BE INSPIRED
the safety of our sanctuary as we worship and study together.
5. Of the remaining 33%, 32%
only 0.01% of all deaths occur in a
a sure way to improve your life.