20 Kislev 5776
From the facebook page of Orit Esther Riter:
Just to write a small thing here about the matzav and what R' Kanievsky shlit'a is really saying and not. I spoke to his ozer, his assistant this morning. I asked the real deal, what should we tell our brethren in chutz la'aretz, what should they do... is Mashiach really coming soon???
The answer to paraphrase to the best of my ability: tell everyone that Mashiach is truly here waiting soon to be revealed, at the entrance way. Tell everyone to prepare, real teshuva, to see Hashem's emet, it will not be easy to see our lies and falsity, our negative middot, etc... (for more info watch the shiur I will be giving tonight and posting here tomorrow, B'H B'N). Whoever can come, should come, there is no better place to be then in Israel. Does not matter what your Rabbeim in chutz a'aretz are telling you, to come or not to come, you should come. If you can't, truly can't, pray with every part of your being that you should have the siyatta d'shmaya to come.
My addition here: I was told by many Rabbeim, keep cash, gold, assets in your home so you can pay for a ticket. It will not cost $500 for a one way ticket, it'll be a lot a lot more. Forget your belongings, don't worry about bringing them if it'll stop you from coming back here asap, just come with whatever as long as you are here in Israel. R' Kanievsky did not tell everyone that they have to pack up, but highly suggests it, those are the exact words of his assistant. He also did not say to go around with speakers, that was a suggestion to get the word out there to prepare, but not the Rav's personal suggestion, although it appears it is a practical way to let everyone know. Don't know more to tell you, but teshuva, teshuva, teshuva.
It will be a stark reality check and change. Better to be prepared now, when free will is still around.There you have it. Evidence is certainly piling up. I'll try to post the aforementioned shiur here when it's available. Check back right here for it.
REDEMPTION UNRAVELED - PART 3
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