I also want to thank my readers, both those who comment and those who don't. I want to thank those of you who have offered support for this project, either through private messages or on online forums. And I'm very grateful to those of you who have been helping to publicize this blog, either by suggesting my posts to other organizations to put on their link lists, or by posting in your own online groups, web pages, blogs, etc. I want to thank those of you who have unselfishly sent me books for this project. Thank you to those who have guest posted here and to those who have written valuable articles in the past, which have found their way into my research files. Some of you have come to me with suggestions for posts, information on organizations, personal stories, compliments, and criticisms. I am grateful to all of you. You folks are my inspiration and the backbone of this project.
When I started this blog a few months ago, I had one goal: to provide awareness of kiruv/outreach groups, their tactics, and how they operate, in order for people to make informed choices. I've gotten a lot of positive feedback. Even those who have disagreed with my point of view have provided me with valuable insight. A very good friend made the point that we all learn from each other. I couldn't agree more.