Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Nissan Ending - Iyyar Beginning

As we are ending Hodesh Nissan, Hodesh HaGe'ula, I will link to a few of the recent thought-provoking articles around the web regarding the Ge'ula:



The end of Nissan does not mean hope is lost for Ge'ula this year. In fact, see the beginning of Hashem1.net's post from last year on how Iyyar has a special significance for the Ge'ula.

Hodesh Tov to all.

4 Comments:

At Wed Apr 18, 04:37:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lest we forget, the entire period of the omer counting up to and including Shavuot is considered part of the holiday of Pesach. The counting of the omer is like chol hamoed and Shavuot is the last day of the chag. So we might still be redeemed this "Pesach."

 
At Wed Apr 18, 08:48:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Neshama said...

Every week seems to bring another disintegration of the edifices that have supported Yiddishkeit in chutz"l. Maybe Rav Teichtal's zt"l monumental work of Eim Habanim Semeichah sheds light on these days we are being confronted with.

Yaak, are you familiar with his work? He discusses divine retribution for not returning to our Land.

It seems that the forces of nature (HKB"H) are pushing out the Jews from all the countries of the world where they have been, and pushing them to go to Eretz HaKodesh. Large numbers of French Jews are moving to Bayit Vegan, and others are asking for assylum in the US. Why they want to come here I don't know.

In America the disintegration of the outer wrappings of Yiddishkeit are being eroded, leaving one with the choice of strengthening our Emuna in Hashem, or r"l falling into the abyss of confusion and dillusion left behind.

It looks very close to that 49th level we just discussed a week ago.

Going Home

 
At Fri Apr 20, 02:22:00 PM 2007, Blogger yaak said...

Yes, I'm familiar with the Em Habanim Semeiha. I try to learn it whenever I get a chance.

See here.

 
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