Thursday, April 02, 2009

Birkat Hahama Weather Forecast


So far so good, if the report holds true. Rain likely for Leil HaSeder.

3 Comments:

At Fri Apr 03, 12:17:00 PM 2009, Anonymous josh waxman said...

See my recent post... perhaps we should hope for rain.

http://parsha.blogspot.com/2009/04/should-modern-orthodox-jews-say-birchat.html

:)

Good Shabbos,
Josh

 
At Fri Apr 03, 12:53:00 PM 2009, Anonymous Isaac said...

From Rav Dahan's latest shiur.

1:29

"Arami oved avi" ("an Arami wanted to destroy my father") -- arami is gematria Iran, the Arami of today.

But you should know, Yaakov Avinu chai v'kayam (alive and well), Moshiach Tzidkeinu chay v'kayam.

I'll reveal this secret--there is only very little left to receive of the soul that he [Moshiach] will receive; he received almost 95% of the neshoma--only 5% remains--that is going to descend to him and be complete, this is called his yechida, and when he completes it he will reveal.

And this--who knows--maybe Tuesday, at the time of Birkat Hachama, when we are all reciting the blessings, we will get a message, a very big sign, a tremendous message, that even the most foolish would know that the Holy One is about to arrive. About to send Moshaich Tzidkeinu, to redeem us in an eternal geulah, a geulah that doesn't have any more servitude after it...Moshe Rabbeinu will be with us, Avraham, Yitzchok and Yaakov will stand up from the cave of the machpela, together with Eliyahu Hanovi, zl"t, they will stand together at the Kotel Hamaaravi, standing together on one platform, and teach the whole Jewish people Torah. And we will be all of us, G-d willing, like one body, like one neshoma, and we will merit to see the 3rd Beis Hamikdash, which is ready to descend to us very fast, in our days, amen, may it be His will!

 
At Fri Apr 03, 01:02:00 PM 2009, Anonymous josh waxman said...

אִירָן is spelled with a yud, in which case the difference between it and ארמי is ten.

kt,
josh

 

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