Check out this letter sent to the Out To Lunch Cafe in Lakewood

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    • No, this is what it means to be a good person. I’m not Jewish but have brought a package mistakenly left on my doorstep by UPS to a frum family about a half mile away who I had never met in my life. I have also found a blank check signed by a frum man in the parking lot of my bank and took it inside and handed it to the manager for safe keeping. Also found a frum neighbors child’s school tuition check in my yard which I had returned to them through one of my frum neighbors I speak with that knew them. In all three incidents I could have taken advantage of the situation, but was brought up right by my parents. Good people of all faiths are all around you.

  1. May I suggest to Shalom Greenspan to read the whole article before commenting. This is not a Chillul Hashem on the contrary it is how a yid is supposed to behave!

  2. What in the world is going on here?? No one reads??
    חילול השם???!
    לא תחנם???
    It is a kiddush HaShem and the place is owned by Jewish people!!! Please!!

  3. Letter doesn’t indicate that it was a Yid – how do we know? And if the person kept it and didn’t pay for it then it is gezeilah, In Elul especially, a big news story should be published about a Yid paying for something that he is obligated to either return or pay for? Not being cynical but don’t understand making a big deal over someone not committing an aveirah,

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