One of the hardest klipot to overcome is fake emuna.

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  1. M
    M says:

    “Which is better: to leave on our own volition, or to drag our feet until HaShem forces us to leave? Every person – Jewish or not – who leaves willingly, hastens the arrival of moshiach. Every person who lingers delays. I don’t think many of us can wait much longer. We’re withering away. This will likely never be seen by much of anyone, but nevertheless I’ll leave it up – as a monument of the message that was thrown out with the messenger. Sarah’s laughter, a tale as old as time. My heart is broken. Rebbe Nachman and his dear student Natan worked so hard to teach everyone to seek the good, even if it’s just a tiny bit, and to illuminate on that. To teach there is no despair in the world. What do we do as thanks for their lessons? We dig our heels in and say no! I would rather hyper-focus on the evil happening in the world, deeply investigate it, and draw it out into the open for everyone to behold! I must! Fine, great! It’s thrilling, I’m sure. Much more thrilling than heartwarming news. And much, much more thrilling than unplugging and stepping away from it all. I’m ready to say goodbye, and I’ll be waiting anxiously on the other side for you all to join me. When we unplug ourselves from the forces of the internet, it immediately loses its power over us. We are free from its grasps! Now we can rest. Love on our children, love on our spouses, love on all our gifts from HaShem. If you look around and can find no good to focus your attention on—try closing your eyes instead. That does not make you a fool. On the contrary, it is indicative of a very wise individual.”

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      There is a time and a place for everything – King Shlomo teaches that. Seeing the good doesn’t mean we close our eyes to the evil bearing down on us. We have to do everything we can to get out of it’s way, and to try to battle it.

      But still to know, ein od milvado, everything is God.

      Both responses are required.

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