So my daughter took this photo of someone on the train.
They had a tattoo that said Elokim–G-d’s name in Hebrew–on their hand along their thumb.
Also, they had a second tattoo on the top of their hand that had the Star of David.
Pretty dramatic, I think.
But what a way to remember G-d and your religion all the time.
And I thought wearing a yarmulke on my head was something!
Anyway, just another thought for the day.
I was talking with a young person this week.
They said, how hard it was to be young and not know what was going to happen–what life had in store for them.
I agreed that it was, but also added something that I had heard a number of years ago that:
When your young, you have health, but no money to enjoy it
and when your old, you have money, but no health to enjoy it.
The point is that at every point in life, we have our challenges, and we just have to make the most of what we got, when we have it.
Ideally, of course, we have plenty of health and money–and the time to enjoy it with our family and friends.
(Source Photo: Rebecca Blumenthal)