I feel happily compelled to express our thanks, appreciation and admiration to the Ezer Mizion food services department in Jerusalem, under the direction of Mrs. Ditza Hertzberg. For many long weeks, we sat alongside a family member who was hospitalized after undergoing surgery in the cardiopulmonary department in Hadassah Ein Kerem. From the moment we made contact with Ezer Mizion, we received a hot meal every single day, served with a smile. Continue reading Every Single Day
I am in the midst of supporting my spouse in his battle with cancer. Every day, I have the opportunity to observe your special dedication, as you deliver the lovingly prepared delicacies to the patients and their accompanying family members. You do not bring only food, but also a cheerful spirit and a glowing smile – all quietly and modestly, in the spirit of the verse, “Love kindness and walk humbly.”
You bring with you much encouragement which is so important to help us get through these most difficult hours… May you be blessed, and may there be many like you in the Jewish people!
With my deepest thanks,
Dear Ezer Mizion Ambulance Team,
“…The wheels of time speed down the highway of life, dashing forward as in a hurtling race down the broad lanes,
Passing the various interchanges, crossing busy intersections.
Only on occasion, when something gets caught in the wheels… Continue reading Wheels
There are some things that you hear a lot about, but do not really grasp until you encounter them in real life. Only then do you suddenly truly understand all that you heard or saw on
|the subject, and realize that – until now – you really had no idea what it was all about. Continue reading What A Ride Means when Illness Strikes|
There are some things that you hear a lot about, but do not really grasp until you encounter them in real life. Only then do you suddenly truly understand all that you heard or saw on the subject, and realize that – until now – you really had no idea what it was all about.
That’s what happened to me recently when, for various medical reasons, I had to travel from my home to the hospital, back and forth, repeatedly. When I attempted to use public transportation, I learned that I would have to take three different buses in order to reach my destination. Continue reading Three Trains