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  • For many years on Farcebook, on the day before Yom Kippur, I usually write something like: Dear Family, Friends, and Foes; for the past year I would like to thank you for your well intentioned criticisms, encouragements, and death threats. I solemnly ask you to forgive me any wrongs I may have done. But this year, like last year, I am not going to, even though I just did so, in a sense or way. This year again I was careful NOT to intentionally step on any toes deliberately, or make any psychological dents on anyone's psyche, that I am aware of. As for the wrongs perpetrated against me, I forgive all, but there will be a reckoning; indeed, as I said last year, 'I am coming for you this next year, all my enemies.' I kept my promises. Your conditions and state of being are far worse than mine. You are prisoners in your own gilded cages, doing what you are told to do. And I am not finished with you yet, in fact I have just begun. I am still recovering from surgery, & the loss of our beloved lovebird, Jay; the loss of a new born colt that I tried to save and injured myself. And I would do it all again, knowing full well the pain and consequences of such an attempt. Not to minimize the true loss of my wife's foster father, and 10 days later the passing of her biological mother. The shadow I cast is from G-D's light that has my back. I thank The Almighty for letting me survive and tolerate another year full of abuses unconditionally even uncalled for. I thank The Almighty for giving me strength and purpose and a meaningful existence. I thank The Almighty for all my new friends, and for my old ones that are still around. G-D knows I am not too happy with humanity, but there are individuals that I do like and admire their chutzpah. May everyone be inscribed and blessed. May The Almighty take a liking to you but not too soon. SHABBAT SHALOM and if you observe, may it go well for you.
    For many years on Farcebook, on the day before Yom Kippur, I usually write something like: Dear Family, Friends, and Foes; for the past year I would like to thank you for your well intentioned criticisms, encouragements, and death threats. I solemnly ask you to forgive me any wrongs I may have done. But this year, like last year, I am not going to, even though I just did so, in a sense or way. This year again I was careful NOT to intentionally step on any toes deliberately, or make any psychological dents on anyone's psyche, that I am aware of. As for the wrongs perpetrated against me, I forgive all, but there will be a reckoning; indeed, as I said last year, 'I am coming for you this next year, all my enemies.' I kept my promises. Your conditions and state of being are far worse than mine. You are prisoners in your own gilded cages, doing what you are told to do. And I am not finished with you yet, in fact I have just begun. I am still recovering from surgery, & the loss of our beloved lovebird, Jay; the loss of a new born colt that I tried to save and injured myself. And I would do it all again, knowing full well the pain and consequences of such an attempt. Not to minimize the true loss of my wife's foster father, and 10 days later the passing of her biological mother. The shadow I cast is from G-D's light that has my back. I thank The Almighty for letting me survive and tolerate another year full of abuses unconditionally even uncalled for. I thank The Almighty for giving me strength and purpose and a meaningful existence. I thank The Almighty for all my new friends, and for my old ones that are still around. G-D knows I am not too happy with humanity, but there are individuals that I do like and admire their chutzpah. May everyone be inscribed and blessed. May The Almighty take a liking to you but not too soon. SHABBAT SHALOM and if you observe, may it go well for you.
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