Two days ago, one of my good friends sent me this email:
Looks like Rav Berland may be getting out!Apparently they have to come up with an alternate to actual imprisonment. I assume that means something like house arrest. They said it’s because his health is too frail…Maybe this is the beginning of the end.
God is running the world, and God isn’t letting them.
Here’s how Rabbenu explains it (my words, as I can’t find the source right now. BH, reader Rachel will be able to locate it!)
Shortly afterwards, a real captain with real orders from the Russian government to take the villagers’ horses for the the army rode into town.
Why am I telling that story?
There is no case against the Rav, and there never was.
That doesn’t mean we are going ‘back to normal’.
Two more things to add, in this mish-mash post, before I start researching the Mir:
There are no roadblocks through town – at least the bits my family have been going through.
So of course, Bibi is going to try and start a war with Iran, to shore things up for himself again, so he can complete his ‘mission’.
And that brings me to the last thing I wanted to say, that segues back into THIS post, and this video, below:
At the end of this extremely bizarre exchange, this pair of ‘cousins’ say the following:
Bibi: I have come to you at the start and I intend to return to you many times.
Rebbe: You will have to struggle with 119 others in the Knesset. Surely, you won’t be intimidated. Because God is on this side. Blessing and success with God’s mission.
Today, I happened to see this headline:
Netanyahu is literally taking over every aspect of the government.
And he’s definitely not working for you and me.
In fact, he’s starting to make even Shimon Peres look good, in comparison, which is really saying something.
And he’s doing all this with a blessing from the Rebbe, that he’ll continue on right until the bitter end, even when he’s fighting against the other 119 members of the Knesset.
Think carefully about what that might imply.
Because very soon, it’s all going to be impossible to hide anymore.
I found the story from Rabbenu. It’s in ‘His Wisdom’, #78:
Fairness is everyplace.
One may commit every outrage, but he still has a sense of fairness. It may be blunted, but it still exists. There are people who are immediately sensitive to all unfairness.
Others do not sense it until after they have committed some wrong.
Still others feel no remorse until they have committed serious crimes.
But each man has his limit. There is a degree of outrage that stimulates the sense of fairness in every man.
I was once in a small village.
A military officer had come there demanding all the horses, saying they were needed to carry mail. The villagers bribed him to leave them in peace. They kept their horses and the officer had some easy money.
Soon one of his junior officers arrived. The commander convinced him that he should also try this trick. The second officer went to the townsmen again, also demanding horses for the mail. He was also bribed and walked away with a tidy sum.
A third officer then passed through the town.
He was really in charge of the mail and was short several animals. He actually needed the horses and would not be satisfied with a bribe.
The mayor went and pleaded before the commander. The people had already paid two bribes but would still have their horses taken.
At this point, even the commander recognised the unfairness of the situation.
He ordered the mail officer to leave the townsmen alone, and the horses were not taken.
This same commander had already robbed the villagers without qualm.
He had even advised his junior to do the same.
It took two crimes before his sense of fairness could even begin to function.
But by the third time, even he realised that the situation was hardly fair. It was then that he ordered that the town be left alone.
For fairness exists everywhere.
It may be buried, but it can always be reached….
…..The right side is fairness.
It even exists on the Other Side.
But on the other side righteousness and fairness begin very late, even after the fairness of the left of the Holy.
Ad kan, from Rabbenu.
I think maybe, just maybe, we’ve reached that spot where the ‘fairness on the left’ is starting to wake up.
I see headlines like this, about one of the police officers in the Ahuvya Sandek manslaughter case finally being arrested:
And like this, where Netanyahu bizarrely confirmed he’s turned Israel into a giant human experiment for big Pharma:
And also like this, where they are strangely admitting that a 23 year old young man in Israel is in hospital with life-threatening organ inflammation due to the COVID 19 ‘vaccine’ he got just 24 hours earlier:
“Rare life-threatening multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS) following BNT162b2 mRNA covid-19 vaccination in a 23 y old social worker was identified at our Department of Medicine B at Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel and reported to MOH and WHO.”
And a part of me thinks that maybe, there’s finally some light at the end of the tunnel.
I really hope so.
I put this together, to print off and stick on the fridge, so we can all remember what the 10 verses of Tehillim the Rav has introduced for people to say at least once a week.
These don’t replace the Tikkun Haklali.
Keep saying the Tikkun Haklali, too, but the Rav has said it’s a very good thing, and will bring blessings into a person’s life, to recite this series of 10 Psalms at least once a week.
Here you go:
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