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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Ahdut March Where All Jews Are Loved

Kikar announced the march with this poster...

...and then displayed a gallery of pictures, including the one below:

Love it!


At Wed Apr 11, 04:49:00 PM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

Unity between Jews, that will bring redemption, B'H" in our times. In the Shammaim there is no such a thing like Sefaradi, Ashkenazi, Sfarad, Litvaks, Habad...we all ONE. Here we like in the orchestra of Hashem, every one plays his/her musical instrument. One is saying Amen, another one Omein, the third Uman, but all means one thing, to praise G-d.
I just want to share one halacha with you. It is very important to ask for forgiveness from a person. And there is a question in Gemara, how many times you should ask for if your fellow man don't answer you back or he is not forgiving you, the Halacha is 3 times. If after the 3rd times he is not forgive you, then the sin goes onto him. We all should forgive each other, then Hashem will forgive us.

At Thu Apr 12, 09:09:00 AM 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also no diference in shomayim between a frum or not frum jew ,just like by the arbaat haminim all of them are needed for the mitzvah ,all jews are like one man with one heart!

At Sun Apr 15, 12:12:00 AM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

The coming of the Moshiah, the son of David and Elijah the prophet, depends upon the unity of the Jewish people, and upon acts of the charity and kindness that they perform for one another. This is alluded to in the verse(Proverbs, chapter 19, verse 6):
"Many will seek the favor of a generous man, and every man is a friend to him that gives gifts."
The numerical value of the name David is 14, and Elija is 52 = 66 - the numerical value of the word NADIV - a generous man. Thus, the coming of the Moshiah and Elijah depends upon our generosity.
B'H" that we always be in the position to give and to give generously.

At Sun Apr 15, 12:49:00 AM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

The obligation to repent of our sins is alluded to in the verse (Genesis, parashat Vayeshev, ch40, verse 10): "And on the vine were three tendrils, and it was as though it budded, and its blossoms shot forth, and its clusters brought forth ripe grapes." Rabbi Yosef Hayyim explained in his bood Ben Ish Hai(parashat Vayeshev) that the vine represents Israel, for just as it is impossible to graft any other species onto a grapevine, so Israel is "A nation that dwells alone."(Balak, ch23, verse 9). The three tendrils hint to the three levels of the Jewish soul Nefesh, Ruah, Neshama, and to the three stages of repentance. First the vine budded - alluding to the initial heartfelt thoughts of repentance. Then "its blossoms shot forth"- alluding to the repentance one does out of fear of punishment. This is the lowest level, that tansforms intensional sins into unintensional ones. Finally, "the clusters brought forth grapes"- alluding to repentance out of love, which transforms intentionsl sins into merits. Repentance must be done in a way that is inconspicuous, as the verse states(Micah, ch 6, verse 8): "Walk modestly with your G-d". Then you will definitely be successful. We find an allusion to this in the word HIVSHILU (brought forth), which can also be translated as "cooked". Anything which is "cooked" in a covered pot, hidden from the eye, will be well done.
B'H" that we all merit to do Teshuva properly.

At Wed Jun 20, 02:46:00 AM 2012, Anonymous Saif said...

Love the pictures. And I support that it is very important to ask for forgiveness from a person. And there is a question in Gemara, how many times you should ask for if your fellow man don't answer you back or he is not forgiving you. Asking for forgiveness is also a divine virtue. Can you plz see the crazy video How important it is for our health that we learn how to forgive.


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