Date: 10/28/2011 4:10 PM Title: Kaddish
WHOA. This was heavy, and difficult, and touching, and beautiful all at the same time. As my faith turns to remember those who have passed during this holiday, this story moved me more than I can tell you. Your writing was very clear and I understood exactly what was happening. The Kaddish at the end was amazing. Thank you so much for writing this story. I'm keeping it in my favorites so I can read it nex time I watch TWOK. Great job.
Thank you for your review! Putting the prayer itself at the end of the story is a new revision, and I can't think why I didn't do it to begin with. I'm glad it all worked for you.
Date: 10/28/2011 12:40 AM Title: Kaddish
At the beginning I was lost, not sure what was happening...and then I found my way. Such beautiful words describing the reality of death. Where once life was abundant and now is still. They move no more.
At least here he lies in dignity for he was loved by one man, that will never forget him.
Very profound...moved me so much. Thank you for posting.
I'm sorry the first paqragraph didn't give enough information for a clear opening. Thank you for the review, and for letting me know that the story affected you.
Date: 10/27/2011 6:50 PM Title: Kaddish
תודה רבה. הייתי קוראת את הסיפור הזה יפה - אם הדמעות שלי מאפשרים את זאת
(I can't read it aloud, even to proof it.) Thanks for letting me know how yiou felt.