Twelve people die each day while awaiting a lifesaving organ transplant.On December 21, 1998, my husband Michael was one of them.

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It is my understanding that in order for someone to be a candidate to donate their organs, they need to be declared "brain dead" by two to three physicians, one of whom, I believe, must be a neurologist.

Only after several EEG's, will the person be considered "brain dead." Also, even if the person has a donor card in their wallet or if it is stamped on their driver's license, the doctors still require consent from the next of kin.

Each year, thousands of people die, primarily because fearful potential donors don't take that step, to do a mitzvah to save a life.

Our Sages teach that "He who saves one life, saves the entire world." I believe that God wants us to be lifesavers; to be His hands, eyes and hearts here on Earth.I have spoken with donor families who tell me that in the donation of their loved ones' organs, they experience a sense of healing that far surpasses what they would have otherwise. It might not have anything to do with you and everything to do with his pal's awful advice.We've compiled a list of 10 of the worst pieces of "wisdom" men share with one another about dating—and We've all heard about the legendary Three-Day Rule.Men tell one another to use it as a way to keep from looking desperate. "I laugh when guys tell me to do this," says Jason, 35."Why would I want to wait three days for her to lose interest or meet someone else?