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Hurricane Katrina

"Surviving the Storm" by Rabbi Yossi Nemes... "Being in Time" by Elanit Kayne... "In the Cleft of the Rock" by Nechemiah Schusterman... "Homeless" by Mendel Cohen...

In the Dark of the Storm
"But why do You hide?" I asked.
"To make room for you," G-d replied.
A New Doll for Gittel
"Looking to partner with a few good women and men to bring hope, healing and kindness to New Orleans. I flooded the place and need your help to set it to rights again." (Spotted in the "Help Wanted" section of the New Orleans Time Picayune)
Surviving the Storm
They say that hindsight is 20/20. But I’m no longer convinced of this.
If we always knew what lay in store for us, then the good that results from our "wrong" decisions would be lost forever...
Being in Time: A New Orleans Journal
There was something about the immense love that permeated the home that made it hard to believe that outside those walls, the foundation of everything around us was being ripped to shreds...
In the Cleft of the Rock
Why, G-d? If Your nature is "good and to do good," why did You so painfully upset the lives of hundreds of thousands, destroy their homes, ruin their property, and crush their hopes of a normal life for the foreseeable future?
Our home is the place where we imitate G-d, creating our own miniature world.
Bush Singles Out Chabad
September 21, 2005
"He called in folks to help. He didn't say, head away from the storm; he said, let's take it right to the middle of the storm area to help people. They helped rescue stranded people... In the days after Katrina hit, Chabad saved lives." -- President Bush
Positive Prophecy
Being a positive prophet, remaining optimistic in the wake of disaster.
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