I then started working on a Mitzvah Campaign page, I wanted to get as many people to do mitzvot, pray and do whatever they can on behalf of the soldiers. I sat down for two hours working on a web page which would host mitzvot that people can select in honor of the soldiers. I then got in touch with Chabad.org and they said they were working on a campaign as well so I'm gonna wait and see what they put together.

I called Amo again and asked him, "If we get all kinds of people doing things can I email it to you and your unit to read? You should know how many people are thinking about you and praying for you!"

He said that now that would be great, but once they go in he doesn't think he'll be able to get any emails. I then asked about texting him, but he told me the same thing: once he moves in he will have to shut off his phone.