Posted by: R Jonathan Gewirtz | March 17, 2009

Ode to a Trunk Release

This morning as I walked out of shul I popped my trunk from my remote. As I watched it open, I thought how fortunate we are for things like this.

Ribono Shel Olam, Thank You for my remote opener. Thank You for my car; and the money for gas; and the ability to drive, and see, and have coordination to press the pedals and steer and be safe over thousands of miles. Thank You for the roads, and the fact that I don’t have to figure out how to make them or pave them or fix them (though I could probably schedule things a little better…) and Thank You for the chance to write this blog and for the people who will eventually read it and perhaps stop and thank You as well.

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