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Linda – 1000 mitzvahs

Hi Janelle,

A friend of mine just sent me a link for your request of In Line Behind Me Stories. I have recently come public with a project I have been working on for two years called 1000 mitzvahs. It started as a way to honor my father’s memory after he died by doing 1000 acts of kindness (a mitzvah is a Jewish word for that) Anyway, I was told by many people that this was so inspiring and that others would want to do more too if they learned what I was doing.

I think you are discovering that same thing with your In Line Behind Me concept. I love it. I really believe that we are beginning to touch the world with our small actions. The time is so right for the world to be touched by all of these stories of how small actions make a difference.

Anyway, I have to go back through my blog and find a couple of good stories to share on your site and I will do that as soon as I can. In the meantime, I would love to link to you if possible. Feel free to visit my wordpress blog at:

Congrats on your work.


Helping the world one mitzvah at a time.
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