Announcing next Jerusalem ride

   Posted by: Alon   in Blog

Hello all,

I haven’t been active a lot this week because I was out with the flu. Still a bit sick, but getting better. Slowly but safely recuperating, and hope to be like new in a couple of days.

Just a week ago I was at the Western-Wall, and brought 3,812 prayers with me.


I have an important meeting in Jerusalem this coming Thursday, with a man who might really help with this operation. Of course I’ll be taking prayers with me. So, if you tweet your prayers by this Monday (Oct. 12th), they will be put in the Western-Wall on Thursday.

So tweet away, spread the word and invite your friends to do the same!

Best from the Holy-Land,


P.S. – I dislike doing this, but I need to: Please consider making a donation, so I’ll at least have the expenses covered for the trip. Thank you. Click here.

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October 10th, 2009 at 4:44 pm
Peter W

What you are doing is a total labour of love. You are a student on a limited budget. So there is nothing wrong with asking for donations to help cover the cost of gas, paper, toner and other things related to Tweet Your Prayers including trips to promote this valuable service. If everyone who follows you on Twitter – even if they do not send a prayer would donate somewhere between $2 and $5 (or more) it would help you and keep the project going. Folks (especially those of you who have already submitted prayers) yes his service is free but a voluntary donation as a “thank-you” for what this young man is doing would be more than a mitzvah – it would ensure that this project can keep going. I know that there have to be expenses to keep this thing going and none of us can really expect him to do so out of his own pocket. I’ve seen comments posted here on the blog where people say how much this service means to them – well in my opinion it is time for all of us to step up to the plate and contribute. Use PayPal – it is safe. Let’s help him out here OK?


Peter W Reply:

One other thing I forgot to point out – that $2 to $5 is less than a pack of cigarettes for you smokers and a cup of tea or coffee at a cafe for you social types. It’s a question of giving something up for one day – that’s all and it will help a lot.


October 10th, 2009 at 4:50 pm

DONE!! ;))


October 10th, 2009 at 10:33 pm

I am a student myself as well, so I find myself unable to donate, (I’m not even sure how I’m going to pay this semester’s tuition,) but I just wanted to say thank you for what you’re doing. So many people in our generation are so…spoiled, and think only of themselves, and you are a wonderful exception to that. Also, as I am 99% sure that my prayer was in that overstuffed box, thank you for putting it in the Wall for me. 🙂


October 10th, 2009 at 10:35 pm

Your quite inspiring for doing what you do. And we are blessed to have people like. We will support you and thanks once again.


October 11th, 2009 at 10:50 am

What your bringing to that wall are peoples prayers. With it goes their faiths, hopes and dreams… You have nothing to be ashamed of.. We will help you one way or another. And hey… you have the best provider up above. Hakuna matata… Smyls always…


October 11th, 2009 at 11:37 am

Hello there am grateful for your wonderful deeds
and I pray for you in this ministry where you have chosen to volunteer yourself and please remember that pay day is on the way because our God pays,thank you and be blessed.


October 12th, 2009 at 9:07 am

Hello from Russia!
Can I quote a post in your blog with the link to you?


Alon Reply:

of course! send me a link when you’re done


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