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Roz Fruchtman Introduces and Invites YOU to VIEW Say It With eCards Passover eCards Exclusive Collection

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My name is Roz Fruchtman. I am the Founder/Designer of Say It With eCards (Judaic Greetings)!

Join me in this 1 minute 25 second video as I introduce and invite you to Say It With eCards Pesach eCards Collection.  It’s ONLY 1 minute and 25 seconds ~FOR REAL!

Thank You for viewing and whatever you do…

PLEASE DO ENJOY your Passover holiday. Even if you are spending Passover alone, if you are reading this you you are NEVER alone, you have an ENTIRE WORLD at your fingertips.

Do something special for yourself!

SPECIAL INVITATION ~ Please take a moment to visit Say It With eCards and view the more than 130 Passover eCards as well as get a preview of the approximately 5,000 Judaic Themed eCards offered at http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

HELP IS A CLICK AWAY:
If you need help, have questions or concerns, or even need help choosing “just the right” eCard for special occasion…  NO PROBLEM.  Help is just a click away.  Contact Roz Fruchtman roz@sayitwithecards.com

Chag Pesach Sameach / Happy Passover,

Roz Fruchtman
Founder/Designer Say It With eCards
http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

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April 14, 2011   No Comments

[VIDEO] Roz Fruchtman Introduces Say It With eCards Passover eCards Collection

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My  name is Roz Fruchtman.  I’m having a bit of a “temporary” issue embedding the YouTube.com video player directly into this post, so I’ve inserted a link.

PLEASE… CLICK THE LINK below to VIEW my Video Introduction and Invitation to VIEW the Say It With eCards “Extensive and “Exclusive” Passover eCards Collection.

Roz Fruchtman Introduces Say It With eCards Passover eCards

Thank You for viewing and whatever you do…

PLEASE DO ENJOY your Passover holiday.  Even if you are spending Passover alone, if you are reading this you you are NEVER alone, you have an ENTIRE WORLD at your fingertips.

Do something special for yourself!

ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS
Contact Roz Fruchtman roz@sayitwithecards.com

Chag Pesach Sameach / Happy Passover,

Roz Fruchtman
Founder/Designer Say It With eCards
http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

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April 14, 2011   No Comments

Passover eCards: 5 Days to Pesach, Have You Programmed Your Passover eCards Yet?

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QUICK REMINDER
Passover 5771 / 2011 – Begins at sunset, Monday April 18, 2011 and last for 8 days.

Say It With eCards offers the largest selection of Passover eCards on the web.  These eCards are exclusive to the Say It With eCards website and your recipients WILL IMMEDIATELY notice they are NOT the run-of-the-mill Pesach eCards everyone else is sending!


FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE…

BELOW are the DIRECT LINKS to the Say It With eCards Passover eCards collection ~ Separated into SEVEN categories.

DID YOU KNOW…

  • You can “program your eCards in advance?”  This is a fantastic time saver as you can do it when you have extra moments here and there.
  • You can send your eCards at the last second.  History has shown, year after year that people wait until the very last second to send their holiday eCards.  Why?  Because they can!

 Now for the DIRECT LINKS to
the  Say It With eCards Passover eCards:

PASSOVER eCards – See ALL
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=105

PASSOVER eCards BY CATEGORY

Passover eCards – General (traditional)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?step=&what=&cat_id=276

Passover eCards – 4 Questions (4 Passover Questions)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?step=&what=&cat_id=392

Passover eCards – Hebrew (There include Hebrew Lettering)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?step=&what=&cat_id=405

Passover eCards – Hebrew Year 5771 (UPDATED EACH YEAR)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=663

Passover eCards – Macaroons / Macaroon Themed eCards
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=582

Passover eCards – Matzah / Matzoh (so many spellings for Matzah)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?step=&what=&cat_id=404

Passover eCards – Patriotic (My way of keeping the troops in mind!)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?step=&what=&cat_id=275

IN SUMMARY

Passover is a FANtastic opportunity to connect. eCards are the most affordable way to do this. A Say It With eCards membership is approximately 7 cents per day, way less than one US Postage Stamp.

NEED HELP:

Questions, suggestions, comments… please feel free to drop me a note at any time. Remember… I am only an email away!

Send email to: mailto:roz@SayItWithEcards.com

THANK YOU for allowing me the privilege of serving you, AND your recipients.

Shalom,

Roz Fruchtman
Owner/Designer Say It With eCards
http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

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April 13, 2011   No Comments

FREE National Mammography Day Reminder eCards Saves Lives

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Today October 15, 2010 is National Mammography Day

IMPORTANT NOTE:  The “Third Friday” of October is set aside each year in a NATIONAL effort to remind every women you know to schedule their annual Mammogram.  Early detection is a key defense in the fight against Breast Cancer.

REMEMBER:  Breast Cancer is “An Equal Opportunity” Disease! While Breast Cancer is more common in women, men get Breast Cancer too!  So all you men out there GET CHECKED!

FREE Mammography eCards Reminders

As a public service Say It With eCards offers FREE National Mammography  Reminder eCards.  These Mammography eCards are designed in both Judaic and NON-Judaic themes.  They can be found at the direct link below:

FREE National Mammography Day eCards
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=492

Please take a few moments “NOW”to send all the women in your life a FREE Mammogram REMINDER eCard. The eCard you send may be the one that saves a life.

Please post your comments below.  I would love to hear from you!

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October 14, 2010   No Comments

Yom Kippur History: History of the Day of Atonement

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Yom Kippur 5771– The Day of Atonement – Begins at Sundown, Friday September 17, 2010.

As Yom Kippur is a Fast Day, it is traditional to wish those observing… “An Easy Fast.”

It is traditional to prepare a festive meal before the Yom Kippur fast?

The fast lasts from sundown Friday, September 17, 2010 — (which is known as Erev Yom Kippur) until sunset Saturday, Septmeber 18, 2010— which is about 25 hours. Candles are lit before leaving for temple services.

On this day G_d seals our fate for the coming year. (On Rosh Hashanah our fate is written in the Book of Life, and on Yom Kippur our fate is sealed!) We spend Yom Kippur in prayer, asking G_d to forgive us for our misdeeds and give us a good year.

 As part of the Yom Kippur service — the eve of Yom Kippur — we honor our departed loved ones by lighting a memorial candle (Yahrzeit light). A memorial service is conducted the day of Yom Kippur which is called Yizkor. Each departed sole is memorialized with a different prayer, filling in the departed person’s name in Hebrew. As part of the service, the person donates to a charity in memory of their departed loved ones — which is sent in after the holiday is over.

Yom Kippur, is also known as the Day of Atonement. It is the holiest day of the Jewish faith. While the holiday is considered solemn, it is a happy day because we receive G_d’s forgiveness and the forgiveness of others — Friendship and love is more powerful than the wrongs that were done. When we receive the forgiveness of G_d, it is a sign of His eternal, unconditional love.

Forbidden Practices

On Yom Kippur, we not only fast but are prohibited from:

  • Working ~ No work is conducted on this day — just as none is on the Sabbath.
  • No eating or drinking.
  • No lotions or perfumes.
  • No marital relations.
  • No washing for pleasure.
  • No leather shoes.

 The Kol Nidre is the most important prayer of the Yom Kippur evening service. The prayer is chanted three times so that even people who are late arriving may be able to hear it. The first time, the Hazzan chants Kol Nidrei, it is chanted very softly, the second time it is chanted a little bit louder, and the third and final time he raises his voice louder and louder. Kol Nidre is chanted before sunset because dispensation from a vow may not be granted on the Sabbath or on a festival. Kol Nidre absolves us of any vows we make in the coming year.

Musaf is the afternoon service which lasts most of the afternoon. During Musaf the Amidah is recited in silence while standing facing east. Parts of this service are song to melodies that go back far into our history. During this service we recall the story of the Ten Martyrs who were killed by the Romans for studying the Torah. We also remember all the Martyrs everywhere who gave their lives so that our religion may continue.

As our judgment is being sealed, and the holiday of Yom Kippur is coming to a close, the final prayer of Neilah is chanted. Neilah, which means, The Closing of the Gates of Heaven. symbolizes that the future of each person will be sealed for the coming year and the Gates of Heaven will be closed. While we were closer to G_d during the Ten Days of Penitence, G_d will remain close to us throughout the coming year — at all times, and in all places. During Neilah, the doors of the Ark remain opened and the congregation must remain standing.

Throughout the Neilah service we pray to G_d to seal us in the Book of Life. From the start of Rosh Hashanah, we asked G_d to inscribe us in the Book of Life. As the Day of Judgment draws to a close, we pray to G_d to seal us in the Book of Life. As the light of day diminishes and this sacred day is coming to a close a great spiritual feeling overtakes the entire congregation. Neilah concludes with the recital of the Eternal Shema Yisroel. At this moment the single, long blast of the Shofar is sounded. Yom Kippur concludes with the words Next Year in Jerusalem — The fast is over with the sounding of the Shofar!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post and that it was enlightening.

Yom Kippur eCards

Say It With eCards offers a good-sized collection of tastefully designed Yom Kippur eCards as well as Easy Fast eCards and G’Mar Chastima Tova eCards.  You can find them all by visiting the Say It With eCards website at:
http://www.SayItWithEcards.com 

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