Category — Independence Day eCards – Judaic
July 4th / Independence Day carries such a heavy message of celebration — especially in today’s world. I believe for those of us (including myself) who took our independence and freedom for granted… 911 / September 11, 2001 was a huge wake-up call.
Before I came to the web all those years ago… I never really understood, or maybe understood is an understated word… I just never considered or took notice of what the Patriotic Holidays and Events really stood for – REALLY STOOD FOR!
That all changed when I researched my very first Patriotic website: Memorial Day in CyberSpace.
I met and communicated with those who served and also visited tribute pages of POWs/MIAs and those who paid the ultimate price. It was a gut wrenching experience, but it brought it all home to me — forever.
As I researched I visited website after website. These were real people. They were someone’s loved ones… children, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, fathers, grandfathers, grandmothers, etc. etc. I never looked at a Patriotic Holiday quite the same way after that. I realized just how real it was and how those who fought were real people even though they were not my blood relatives. They are my relatives by country!
Then came 911… Another rude awakening – the worst ever!
I was personally trapped in Manhattan that day. I had to walk miles to get out of the city as the entire borough and all surrounding areas were locked down. Buses passed us by, we had no way out and had no real idea of what was going on, except it was VERY BAD and we needed to GET HOME QUICKLY. But there was no way!
Strangers were helping strangers, I remember walking and walking and walking some more — in those days I was not used to walking as I am today!
I remember wondering if I was going to die walking, I remember wondering where the police were, why was the Mayor not doing anything to help, why did we not know what was going on! Little did I know… they were all down at the World Trade Center!
It was like a movie, but this time I was in it! I wondered how it was going to end! I had nothing to compare this horror with! I was petrified I was going to die… walking with all these strangers… no one would know where any of us was!
THEN… when I finally did get home… I put the TV on and saw the Twin Towers fall over and over and over and over again – a picture I will never forget, it all came home to me once and for all.
All those looking for loved ones, all those who were lost, and then the police, ems workers, firefighters, etc. who risk their lives everyday for us… who run into burning buildings while others run out. It can’t get much more real than that. My heart breaks for those who are lost and worse yet for those left behind to pick up the pieces.
Why am I going on and on about this when the title of this entry is Free July 4th eCards, because July 4th / Independence Day is what this is all about. We live in a country where we can do what we want/when we want… as long as we do not hurt anyone and we do not break the law. That gives us a lot of freedom. We have freedom of speech, freedom to worship, freedom to start business, etc.
I want to do my part to help people celebrate. Therefore, Say It With eCards is providing a way for Non Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings Club members to send specially designed Judaic Themed Independence Day eCards / Judaic Themed July 4th eCards.
Ok, no more chatter. Here are the links:
Free July 4th eCards / Free Independence Day eCards — See ALL
Free Judaic July 4th eCards / Free Judaic Independence Day eCards
With Warm Regards on This Joyous Occasion!
God Bless Us All & God Bless America!
July 4, 2008 No Comments
As my way of giving back, saying thank you and offering a sort of free trial to the Say It With eCards service…
Say It With eCards is offering a selection of FREE Judaic / Jewish July 4th and FREE Judaic / Jewish Independence Day eCards. (Basically July4th is also known as Independence Day as well as America’s Birthday!)
To view and/or send, please click the link below:
FREE Judaic 4th of July eCards / FREE Judaic Independence Day eCards
July 2, 2008 No Comments
Subhead: Below is the Say It With eCards aka Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings Club Newsletter for July 4, 2008.
WIN/WIN — You are encouraged to share this newsletter in its entirety with all those you feel might have an interest. You can also post it on your website or blog, if you have one and want to share. Thank You. Roz
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Dear Say It With eCards Members:
I hope all is well with you and yours. It is really hard to believe that half of 2008 is gone and we are two days short of July 4th! Where has the time gone!
Rosh Hashanah is in less than three months! Another New Year!
— July 4th / Independence Day – Judaic Themed eCards / Generic
— Free July 4th / Independence Day eCards – Judaic Themed Only
— Upcoming Holidays / Rosh Hashanah Update
— Shameless Request
— Need Help / Have Questions / Suggestions, etc.
— Thank You
There is a good-size collection of Judaic and Non-Judaic July 4th / Independence Day eCards in the member area. The Non-Judaic eCards are done as a courtesy for those sending to their Non-Jewish Recipients.
Here are the direct links:
July 4th eCards / Independence Day eCards — (To See All)
July 4th eCards / Independence Day eCards — (Judaic Themed)
July 4th eCards / Independence Day eCards — (Generic/Non-Judaic)
FREE July 4th eCards
I converted a small collection of the July 4th / Independence Day eCards for free sending of Non-Members.
This is my way of giving back and offering those not already Say It With eCards members a chance to try out the service while paying tribute to a country that offers us all so much!
My heart breaks for our boys and girls and their families still separated by war!
Needless to say for those who are hurt and for those who paid the ultimate price so that I can sit here and do this!
On Memorial Day weekend I attended two ceremonies here in my Community. I was saddened by the small attendance. One received more because they offered lunch.
For sure, I was so glad that I attended and I will continue to attend as long as I can — to honor those who fought and are still fighting.
The Free July 4th eCards can be found here, they are sprinkled in with the member cards. The Free ones are clearly marked.
August 3rd — Friendship Day
August 4th — Tisha B’Av
August 16th — Tu B’Av / Jewish Valentine’s Day
September 29th — Erev Rosh Hashanah 5769 (holiday begins at sundown)
September 30th — Rosh Hashanah 5769
October 8th — Erev Yom Kippur 5769 (holiday begins at sundown)
October 9th — Yom Kippur
To date… There are almost 200 Rosh Hashanah eCards in the Say It With eCards Member Area.
Although most of the new 5769 eCards have been uploaded, I am still working here and on the Yom Kippur & Easy Fast eCards.
A SHAMELESS REQUEST…
Please let your friends, relatives, loved ones, business associates, etc. know about Say It With eCards. I thank you in advance for your efforts. I am so thrilled to be able to serve you. As you can see the categories are never ending. My moto… IF I can think it, I can design it!
NEED HELP/ HAVE A SUGGESTION/ HAVE A COMMENT/ JUST WANT TO CHAT…
Contact me at: mailto:Roz@SayItWithEcards.com
Format the email like so: SIWE_subject goes here
THANK YOU… for the privilege and honor of allowing me to serve you and your treasured recipients!
Shalom & Enjoy the long weekend!
July 2, 2008 No Comments