07 April 2016

New Messages From Moishela - Adar Bet 5776

28 Adar II 5776


BS"D

Discussion with Moishela (with his family)
A Handicapped child
15 Adar Bais 5776 (Mar 25, ‘16)

Today we must be Freilach

Mommy, this week is going to make us realize even stronger the evilness of the world we live in. How mankind that is supposedly above the barbaric actions of previous generations will be shown to be just as low and cruel as generations gone by. In fact I think even worse. The end is coming very quickly. Every day there is so much news that you can’t keep up with it. The Reshoim are behind all this confusion because they are hiding the truth with all kinds of happenings that will keep us, the citizens of the world, from scrutinizing their actions. But it won’t help them. They, Yemach Shemom Vezichram started a war against Hakodosh Boruch Hu and it started since the snake was created but very soon the war will end and the snake, known as the Yetzer Hora, Yemach Shemo Vezichro will disappear forever from all existence.

I can’t wait for that moment. I am waiting impatiently for that moment when we all, Am Yisroel and whoever else survives, will be calm. We will know what is right and we will only desire to do the will of Hashem which is all good.

A Frelichen Purim, but next week will not be so happy, generally speaking but today we must be Freliach!

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Discussion with Moishela (with his family)
A Handicapped child
22 Adar Bais 5776 (April 1, ‘16)

Accepting Ol Malchus Shomayim

Mommy, our attention this week will be focused around Rav Berland and hopefully one day soon he will return to Eretz Yisroel. This is one of the signs that the Geula Sheleimah it is coming to fruition soon. That is the beginning of the week. By the end of the week there will be many explosive topics to deal with in the world and in Eretz Yisroel. Each one of them will also be a sign of how very close we are getting to the end of the Golus.

I would still recommend that the people in Eretz Yisroel have food and water in the house more then what they need and all other things they feel they can’t do without including the possibility of a lack of electricity. But all of what I have mentioned above won’t help if we haven’t done Teshuva and denounced all of our false gods and accepted Ol Malchus Shomayim completely without question. If we do that sincerely we won’t have to worry - not about food, not about electricity and not about anything because we have accepted Hakodosh Boruch Hu as our Father, our Creator, our King for all eternity.

Let it be clear to everyone the end of the world as we know it is coming very soon. It’s not a dream, it is reality. If we do Teshuva and accept Ol Malchus Shomayim we will come out of it happy beyond belief. I know that very few will survive. The few that will survive will be the absolute chosen ones from Shomayim and will be part of a world that will be all good without the Yetzer Hora to disturb.

Gut Shabbos

11 comments:

  1. Its interesting how the style of each autistic (i.e. Moishele, Daniel, etc.) differ based on whose family they belong to, since they're dialoging with their respective families. Moishele is probably from a yeshivish-style family, whereas Daniel is probably from a university-educated family. But I'd not be surprised if Moishele could instantly assume Daniel's lingual style, if Daniel's father would dialog with him, since that would be the style Daniel's family is most comfortable with.
    M.M.

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  2. I don't understand the comment about R Berland...he is being accused for rape and molestation. How could they be supporting him? Unless it was all a lie, but there were many females who spoke. And it is dangerous to assume that someone "holy" is not "capable" because unfortunately, there are those who take advantage.

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    1. I had the same concern, but in truth, I know absolutely nothing about him or his situation or any of the accusers or the case against him. Based on that, I have no right to an opinion.

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    2. Maybe there's just something off with Moishela's timing. This is just in from A7.

      Fugitive rabbi finally nabbed in South Africa

      "Rabbi Eliezer Berland, wanted in Israel for sexual assault, arrested in South Africa where he has been hiding."

      That's pretty big news.

      - a voice in the wilderness (not widerness)

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    3. That's huge, voice. Thanks!

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  3. "Anonymous", your comment was not published only because you did not use a name or initials.

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  4. I like to bring out possible prediction, from Mosheleh, coming true, in the near future. Mosheleh, said on Friday April 1, the following: "Mommy, our attention this week will be focused around Rav Berland and hopefully one day soon he will return to Eretz Yisroel. This is one of the signs that the Geula Sheleimah it is coming to fruition soon. That is the beginning of the week. By the end of the week there will be many explosive topics to deal with in the world and in Eretz Yisroel. Each one of them will also be a sign of how very close we are getting to the end of the Golus." Now in YWN is reporting that Rav Berland has been taken into custody, but South African agents, and will now be extradited back to Eretz Yiroel.

    ST.

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  5. And thank you for translating the messages! I have been reading them from your website for a while and I greatly appreciate it, I know that it is time consuming to translate!

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    1. You're very welcome, but in Moishela's case, they come already in English! ;-)

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  6. I would like to reply to the negative comments about Rav Berland (on this
    web-site and any other web-sites):

    1. My comment is not for the people that know Rav Berland very well - inside out - and are 100 percent sure and know for a fact that he is 100 percent guilty till proven innocent. (Note: My opinion is that there are no such people - in other words - there are no people that are in this group).

    2. All other people fall in one of the following 4 categories or groups:

    Group a: They know Rav Berland and
    (1) they like him (or his derech), and/or
    (2) have positive feelings about him (or his derech), and/or
    (3) have a positive opinion about him (or his derech).

    Group b: They know Rav Berland and
    (1) they don't like him (or his derech), and/or
    (2) have don't positive feelings about him (or his derech), and/or
    (3) have don't a positive opinion about him (or his derech).

    Group c: They don't know Rav Berland and/or didn't research all the facts thoroughly and with great detail and based on the limited amount of information that they have,
    (1) they like him (or his derech), and/or
    (2) have positive feelings about him (or his derech), and/or
    (3) have a positive opinion about him (or his derech).

    Group d: They don't know Rav Berland and/or didn't research all the facts thoroughly and with great detail and based on the limited amount of information that they have,
    (1) they don't like him (or his derech), and/or
    (2) have don't positive feelings about him (or his derech), and/or
    (3) have don't a positive opinion about him (or his derech).

    Now, when ever you see any negative comments about Rav Berland (or any other Godol, Rav, Posek, Talmid Chacham, Rabbi, etc.), try to classify where does the author and writer of the negative comment fit in.

    My opinion is that the author and writer of a negative comment is most probably not in group a or group c. He is most probably in group b or group d. If he is in group b, he is most probably not trustworthy and if he is in group d, how can I trust his opinion when he doesn't know all the facts.

    I would also like to specifically comment on the following:

    You write: "I don't understand the comment [from Moishela, a handicapped child] about Rav Berland. Rav Berland is being accused for... How could they [the autistic children] be supporting Rav Berland?"

    I don't understand you: Just because someone (even a plain person, not a Rav, Posek, Talmid Chacham, Rabbi, etc.) is accused for something, it can't be that he is innocent.

    You write: "But there were many females who spoke, and it is dangerous to assume that someone "holy" is not "capable" because unfortunately, there are those who take advantage".

    I don't understand you: If there is a rumor about you that's going around, and I hear it from a few people am I suppose to assume that it is true because it is dangerous to assume that someone "holy" like you would not do or act like this.

    A note to Devash, the owner of this blog: Feel free to edit my comment since I sometimes have a hard time to make my thoughts clear. Thank you.

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    1. I don't have the ability to edit ocmments, but you did alright. Thanks for taking the time. Chag sameach!

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