I just had a long post written to go up… but now it’s disappeared.
I’ve just switched servers, to stop hacking attempts on my blog, BH, so there may be some teething issues while the blog settles down in its new home.
Like, I had a whole post about how I went up to do some praying in Meron yesterday night with my husband, in response to a call from a ‘hidden tzaddik’ who said there are some very harsh judgments looming again.
I won’t rehash everything I wrote – too tired to do it all again today – but here’s the short version:
- There are very harsh judgements on the horizon again, and many of us can already feel that – that’s why we can’t sleep, have migraines, feel generally yucky, and / or stressed out of our eyeballs.
- Yesterday, a busload of Shuvu Banim hidden tzaddikim – just the regular guys there – travelled up to Meron to pray literally all night, that these judgments should be sweetened. (See the video below).
- Me and my husband also went up, so my husband could join them for an hour, while I tried to sleep in the car, as I was still feeling so yucky.
Long story short, even though I was asleep, I knew when that Shuvu Banim bus showed up, because the song ‘Uman Rosh Hashana’ started playing in my head, I got weird goosebumps down my back, I felt Rebbe Nachman had just joined the prayer gathering – and most telling of all, I suddenly started to feel way, way better and happier.
Long story even shorter:
Something big got sweetened yesterday in Meron, thanks to the mesirut nefesh of a coachload of Shuvu Banim guys, who dropped everything on a Thursday evening to spend the whole night awake praying at Meron.
That’s who Shuvu Banim really are, not all those horrible ‘knocking’ stories in the media.
That same media who have been feeding you lies non-stop about ‘Covid 19’ and ‘vaccines’ and all the rest of it.
It’s amazing to me that so many people here in Israel are acting like we’ve returned to ‘Disneyland’, now they’ve been vaxxed up to the eyeballs with an experimental gene therapy with unknown side affects.
Me, I’ve been feeling all week that we are still very much in the middle of the war, and that it’s still nowhere near the stage where we can relax and tell ourselves it’s been won.
They put the Rav back in prison.
The forces of evil are still kicking, hard.
The Rav – and the world, generally -still needs our prayers, our efforts, our yearning for moshiach and geula the sweet way.
I know it’s hard to pray, believe me.
I am currently averaging one tikkun haklali a week, where I spent the last 5 years doing around 3 a day.
But every tiny bit we do now makes so, so much difference in shemayim, precisely because it’s so very hard to do anything.
So, gird your loins!
This shabbat, try to say at least one tikkun haklali, try to do at least 10 minutes of hitbodedut.
It all counts, it can all tip the balance at this crucial time.
Rebbe Nachman told us a parable, where he explained how the previous generations had really fought most of the battle for us. They stormed the citadel, they broke down the walls, they scaled the ladders to the top of the ramparts.
All that is left for us to do is break through a few ‘cobwebs’.
It’s plenty hard enough, I know.
But all this is just cobwebs.
So dust off your tikkun haklali, and let’s try to blast through them.
Because geula is on the other side of those cobwebs – and not just ‘geula’ stam. We are begging Hashem to bring geula the sweet way.
PS: These guys from Shuvu only got back to Jerusalem an hour ago – 12 midday.
There is no-one else like them, ashreichem, that they are close to the Rav – and also trying to follow his path.
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