Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Rosh Hashana .... Wishing All Jewish People "Happy New Year"


AishKodesh said...

Thank you DIN. And to you and your family as well.

I hereby forgive you -- and everyone else on here -- for any insult or hurt you or they might have caused me, and I apologize for any hurt I might have caused all of YOU. Please be mochel me everyone.

Quick Rosh Hashanah message: We begin to do Teshuva more around this time of year, but the question is; does it last? Or does it just stay at the Yomim Noraim?

This year, let's try to make sure that we really do improve -- not just for 10-20 days, but to make a lasting change. It's obviously easier said than done, but we should at least pick one thing to try to make a lasting transformation in. Let's take the Yomim Noraim with us.

And it is not too late: We say in the Mincha Shemoneh Esrei today (as almost every other weekday) 'Bareich Aleinu es hashana hazos...' -- 'Bless upon/for us this year...': Wait a minute; the year is basically over! How are we asking for Hashem to bless 'this year'?!

I heard from my Rebbe, Rav Moshe Shulman shlit"a an explanation in the name of the Ruzhiner Rebbe, or some say it in the name of one of his grandchildren: 'Yeshuas Hashem k'heref ayin' -- 'The Salvation of Hashem (comes) like the blink of an eye'. Says the Ruzhiner Rebbe zt"l; even if it hasn't been the greatest of years, (Rachmana Litzlan), in the last minutes before Rosh Hashanah, Hashem can still help turn it into a great one -- even in the last seconds...

May Hashem inscribe and seal you and your family and friends into the Book of Good Life, and make this Rosh Hashanah not in Gallus. May we be able to perform all the Avodos of Yom HaKippurim like it was in days of old, Amein, Kein Yi'hi Ratzon.

May HaKadosh Baruch Hu write and inscribe all of you in the Book of Good Life, and give you and your families a Shana Tova U'Mesukah, and a Gut Shabbos.

Anonymous said...

heckle Israeli Minister in Monsey

Satmar hassidim heckle Israeli Minister in Monsey
Deputy Education Minister Meir Porush was attending Shabbat services in Monsey, New York, when Satmar extremists burst in and heckled him.
Tzvi Lev, 24/09/17 13:37

Meir Porush