December 31, 2010 | 6:34 pm
Posted by Ilana Angel
It’s been another wonderful year for Keeping The Faith at The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles. I’ve shared, vented, ranted, annoyed, inspired, irritated and comforted, while my readers have shared, vented, ranted, annoyed, inspired, irritated and comforted me.
Thank you all for reading, and for appreciating that this blog is not written in stone, it is simply my opinions and views on my own life, and the world we all share. This blog has meant everything to me and I am grateful to have you all along for the ride during this daily therapy.
I’m working on a list of resolutions for tomorrow, but the number one thing on my list is to be a better Jew. I want to have a very Happy Jew Year. It’s not about religion, it’s about faith, and I have faith that I will be a better Jew, which will lead to my life being fuller if not better.
I wish you all a happy, healthy, prosperous and peaceful 2011. May there be blessings for all of us and a few extra ones for those who are those less fortunate. May your struggles be short and may it be a year in which we are kind to one another. Enjoy the night and be safe.
Happy New Year.
Keep the Faith.
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