Jeff Pulver sent me this link , read now! “My name is Rachel Lunzer and I am a junior in Stern College for Women. The events in Sandy Hook Elementary really hit me
I wanted to do something. Not just to remember, but to honor in a way that would be meaningful. Therefore, I have come up with what I would like to call Project 20/20. The idea is that for the next week, each day students will commit 20 minutes to learn in honor and memory of these beautiful lives who were lost to inexplicable evil. My Rabbi said on Sabbath “Over the past week there has been much darkness, and I cannot understand the darkness nor will I attempt to explain the explain the darkness, but the miracle of light is that it can dispel the darkness and push it away if only temporarily”. This project will be the light we shine on the grief stricken community of Newton Ct.
Please commit 20 minutes over the next week in their honor. It can be in learning, in refraining from “lashon hara” and other derogatory speech, acts of kindess (chesed), charity (tzedakah) or anything else u deem meaningful. Below is a link to sign up for the project and if you would like specific learning
As my Rabbi said, I have no explanation but as we round out chanukah, the Jewish festival of lights, lets keep the lights glowing for one more week so we can push away some darkness for Sandy Hook”
All the best
– Rachel Lunzer ,”click to join and do something for Project 20/20