I, like just about everyone else, am "emerging" from the virtual hibernation of the last years. This Pesach I went to Eretz Yisroel for the first time since the year before the "crisis". It was, of course, wonderful to see my dear family after such a long separation!
It's truly a time of Renewal, including for Kavanah Kards.
B"H a wonderful woman is now helping to spread our word--contacting yeshivas and schools to offer them for lessons and projects, taking them wherever she goes (even weddings!), showing and telling everyone who will listen about them. And they are listening!
I got a beautiful handwritten note with a donation that said "Thanks so much for the Kavanah Kards. They changed my davening l'tova! May you be gebetntched with kol tov, always only good, gezunt, parnasah."
It's impossible to express how meaningful a few words can be, but I'm sure you know what I mean.
Bringing others closer to Hashem is life changing for everyone involved. It keeps on growing, adding meaning to life.
Hopefully, you will jump into the stream of this beautiful mitzvah and add Kavanah Kards to your day, week, month. Share them with people, put them on your Shabbos table, include them in wedding gifts, invitations and mishloach monos, and feel your simcha increasing along with the mitzvahs accruing in your mitzvah "bank account". See Hashem's nachas ruach as He rains down His brachos on you for bringing others closer to Him.
Yours in Kavanah!