21 January 2019

Going Out of Business Due to Geulah

15 Shevat 5779

Israel is without a sitting government. The US government is closed. The UK government is in disarray. The French are rioting in the streets. And the instability exists all over the world. Leaders are no longer as secure in their positions. Populations are restive. Antisemitism has risen to heights unseen in 70 years. This is the cracking of the foundations of the Old World. This cracking is what has released earthquakes and volcanoes, too. The end is inevitable and irreversible. The shaking due to the instability of the cracking foundation will increase and speed up until complete collapse occurs. This is the shedding of the klipot and from out of its dead remains, like the seedling sending up its green shoot from the rotted seed, the light and life of the messianic kingdom will burst forth.

A very happy T"U BiShevat!! On this, my 65th birthday, I bless all of us that we will yet witness the complete redemption and the rebuilding of the Beit HaMikdash in our lifetime. Amen!

21 comments:

  1. "A very happy T"U BiShevat!! On this, my 65th birthday, I bless all of us that we will yet witness the complete redemption and the rebuilding of the Beit HaMikdash in our lifetime. Amen!" From your mouth to HASHEMS ear, Amen and Amen!

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  2. Amen!!! Yom huleded sameach!

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  3. That is what we like to hear,
    Real and not superficial and happy birthday and may you live strong and healthy whichever age
    You do nlknow that there have been riots, shutdown and other things before but may this be the end right now of this terrible long and painful exile
    馃尭

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  4. Happy Tu B’Shvat and happy birthday and Amen!

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  5. 讬讜诐 讛讜诇讚转 砖诪讞 讚讘砖 讛讬拽专讛
    讛专讘讛 讘专讬讗讜转 讜讛诪讜谉 谞讞转
    讜转讜讚讛 注诇 讛讻诇
    讬爪讞拽. 讬专讜砖诇讬诐

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    1. 诪诪砖 转讜讚讛 专讘讛转 讬爪讞拽

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  6. Mazel Tov for your belated birthday. May Hashem continue to bless you and all that you do. You provide a valuable blog to Am Yisrael.

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  7. Ok, now the comment recognition is correct. It didn’t recognize me before.
    And now I can publicly give you a Yom Huledet l’Devash ad meah v’esrim!

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    1. Thank you, Neshama. Glad it's working now.

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  8. Happy and blessed,slightly, belated Birthday wishes to you!
    May H' bless you to continue with your great blog at this most important time of history awaiting the Geulah Shleimah tith the coming of Moshiach tzdkeinu b'rachamim, in a blink of an eye.
    Raizy

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