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Yesterday, the Rav wasn’t at the prayers at the ‘Beit HaRav’ on Ido HaNavi.

It turns out that he is back in the hospital again, and needs our prayers.

If you can say 1, 3 or even 7 Tikkun Haklalis, for the refuah shleimah of Rav Eliezer ben Ettia, that would be great.

As I’ve said a million times on this blog, whatever prayers we say for the Rav, we’re really just saying them for ourselves, and for Am Yisrael.

And a lot of prayers are required right now, as the spiritual battle is continuing to rage.

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When I was doing my hitbodedut yesterday night, I suddenly realised how much I take the Rav for granted.

That I can just pop down there, whenever I feel like I need a spiritual shot in the arm, or some chizzuk, and go and join the Rav and his community praying.

The ‘outside shul’ on Ido HaNavi is not pretty.

The community has very little money – and while that is something that is praised and lauded by ‘truth seekers’ when they see impoverished boodhist monks etc etc etc, when we see impoverished holy Jews who have devoted their life to learning Torah, instead of praising that, we just criticise the material ‘lack’.

It’s the olam hafuch, the upside-down world.

So, just as in places like Golders Green and Flatbush, where it looks pretty ‘good’, externally, but feels so dead, spiritually, on Ido HaNavi Street it looks pretty dingy, to be honest.

But you come away just feeling so much happier and uplifted and calm.

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And I also realised how much I take for granted the fact that whenever I hit a big problem, challenge or obstacle, that I just head over to the Rav’s website, pay a pidyon nefesh – and things start to clear up.

Someone told me recently that most people have stopped trying to do a pidyon nefesh with the Rav, because the corrupt court system here have now made it ‘illegal’ for the Rav to be given any money directly, or to do anything connected directly with raising money.

Don’t let that stop you!

Intention is everything here.

If you want to do a pidyon with the Rav, just go to the website HERE, and follow the instructions.

Put in whatever amount you want, state what you want the pidyon for, and then have the emuna that your action of giving the pidyon, all by itself, is enough for things to start moving.

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There are so many spiritual battles raging, right now.

And the Rav and his community are on the frontlines.

So, please make some time to pray for the Rav’s recovery and continued good health.

Consider donating some funds to the Shuvu Banim community, which has been financially decimated by the corrupt, Frankist State of Israel.

And please take advantage of praying with the Rav again, once he BH returns, because the spiritual benefits of coming to pray with the Rav even once, are enormous.

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Remember, this is the olam-hafuch.

And the same people who have worked so hard to paint the Rav and Shuvu Banim as being ‘bad’ have really just been projecting their own shmutz and spiritual corruption.

All those people accusing the Rav of being a new ‘Shabtai Tzvi’ – they are in the middle of the Sabbatean-Frankist nexus that’s controlling the Jewish world, on all sides of the equation.

And that story isn’t over yet.

There are a lot of revelations still to come.

And a lot of prayers and teshuva still required, to sweeten this process of geula, and have redemption come about the sweetest way possible.

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Last week when I went to get my challah from the bakery, there was an interesting conversation going on around rising prices of bread.

The nice French baker was explaining to a woman who was complaining about the price of the challah going up, that 70% of Israel’s wheat comes from the Ukraine – and the war in the Ukraine means that wheat apparently isn’t getting here right now, sending wheat prices rocketing.

I kind of filed the info away at the back of my mind – no point worrying, until I have to – and then this week, I went to get flour from my local supermarket, so my kid could make challah at home.

They had three bags left, all the ‘weird’ stuff that most people don’t bake with (but which actually was OK for me, as I use all sorts of weird, wholemeal flours.)

It looks like things are starting to hit closer to home, here in Israel.

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I’m still not engaging with the news here hardly at all, but my kid told me there was a pigua in Elad yesterday, with three people killed and three injured.

I can’t help but think that the shmira, the protection, that the State of Israel used to enjoy from our enemies is waning.

We are so used to open miracles, that having multiple people die and be injured in these terror attacks is still kind of shocking, although of course that has happened in the past.

Most notably, during the Second Intifada, when evil Peres and a bunch of other murderous Sabbatean-Frankists were trying to ‘give away’ parts of Eretz Yisrael.

God didn’t like that.

And today, we have this whole radical LGBT123+++ whatever, ‘trans’, immorality-pushing agenda going on everywhere (not to mention all the horrible things happening behind closed doors in every corner of our community, even the most ‘frum’).

And that’s exactly why Bilaam advised the Midianites to try and engage the Jewish people in tumah – immorality and idol worship – because he knew that THIS is guaranteed to separate the Jewish people from God, and His protection.

And he was right.

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But there are also glimmers of light on the horizon.

Another kid told me that people are leaving the Israeli police in droves, to the point that the police here is really starting to struggle to find enough cops for regular duties.

Personally, I’m thrilled.

Those ‘regular duties’ have included fining people for walking too far away from their homes, fining people for trying to breathe fresh air, and lest we forget, deliberately murdering religious people like Ahuvya Sandek, and the 45 holy martyrs of Meron.

And it’s not just the frum community who hate and distrust the police here and levels never before seen.

Most people, in most places in Israel, now distrust and dislike the police at a visceral level.

And the police can feel that public hostility – and that’s also why so many of them are now quitting.

So, the principle of midda-kneged-midda is starting to kick in here, and the ruling elite who thought they could use the police as their own personal security force over Covid 19, and in other ways, are starting to understand that after all, the public here has a limit to what they would tolerate.

And we passed it, a long time ago.

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The last thing to tell you, is that the same corrupt police and judiciary who murdered Ahuvya, and used Directed Energy Weapons to create a death trap at Meron last L’ag B’omer – and who covered all this up – are still going after the people close to Rav Berland.

One of his close gabbaim has been told that if doesn’t pay a million shekel fine for the ‘crime’ of enabling people to pay pidyonot to the Rav, the State of Israel is going to send him to prison for two years.

So far, he’s managed to raise half a million shekels, but the court has said if he can’t raise the full thing – he’s going to prison for two years.

If you can help, please get in touch via the contact form.

But you see what I mean?

How is it possible to not dislike and distrust people who act like this, and the institutions they serve?

TBC

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Yeah, I didn’t forget Pesach is arriving!

Just so busy with all the Jewish history stuff, I haven’t really been paying attention to Pesach-related stuff (aside from cleaning my house….)

So, just a quick post to let you know:

  1. You can do the mitzvah of Kimche dePischa for the families of Shuvu Banim HERE.

I just did that myself, and I feel very happy about it. A lot of these families are truly yireh shemayim, and many of the men are still learning Torah with a lot of mesirut nefesh, in a lot of different ways.

So, highly recommend you pitch in some cash to help see them through Pesach, as we all know the Sages’ dictum that the money for Pesach is two-sided: either you ‘give it’ to others, or you end up needing to ‘get it’ from others.

And I know which side of that coin I’d rather be dealing with.

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2. There is a new Haggadah out in English, that contains a whole bunch of Rav Berland’s prayers and Torah insights for Pesach and the Seder night.

Breslov Haggadah

 

If you are in Israel, you can get one on the ravberland.com site HERE – or come to the Rav’s davening on Ido HaNavi, and ask for the guy who sells the Rav’s books there.

Everyone knows him.

If you are anywhere else in the world, it’s probably better to order it from Amazon HERE, as the shipping will hopefully be free and you’ve got a good chance of getting it before Seder night, if you order it today.

They deliberately left the Rav’s name off the cover, to make it ‘easier’ to use at the Seder table without having to get into discussions with people who still believe everything the MSM tells them is true…

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3. My friend Annette has a post with some nice Pesach recipes HERE.

Try her Hazelnut Torte – it’s a really good recipe.

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And I don’t really have anywhere to put this info, so I’m just tacking it on here, that the two Ukrainians who were killed in the terror attack in Bnei Brak last week were not Jewish.

So, of a total of 5 people killed in that terror attack, only two were Jewish – which is mind-boggling, as we’re talking about Bnei Brak here.

And there are other strange details about this too, like the fact that the terrorist in Bnei Brak apparently told a group of young Jewish girls to run away, instead of just shooting them.

Sounds more and more to me that he was kind of ‘pressured’ into doing a terror attack, as opposed to eagerly hunting down Jews to kill in the street because he really wanted to.

So, who was doing the ‘pressuring’?

That is the question.

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Here are some more translated comments from Rav Berland about the war in Ukraine, from the last two weeks.

Again, the Rav tells these ‘stories’ to sweeten the harsh judgements in the world, and if you study them carefully, you can pick up a lot of clues about what is really going on, that is not being reported in the fake news.

I have a much longer ‘story’ I’m working on too, which I’ll try to put up in the next day or two, at least, a big chunk of it, as it really helped me to get a better emuna perspective on all the terrible things going on at the moment.

Enjoy!

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Excerpt of a shiur given on Parshat Vayikra, 5782 (March, 2022)

(Someone in the audience says: Putin is the same gematria as ‘Nachman’, spelled without a ‘vav’.)

Yes, because only Rabbenu will subdue him.

Because now, Zelensky asked the Jews in Uman to pray for him in the Tzion. So there will be some miracle, because according to usual way of the world, he has no chance.

So, either Putin will regret [going to war], or maybe all the tanks will be burnt, because there are five million citizens in Kiev, so each one will burn a tank.

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(Someone in the audience says: A million people already ran away.)

Yes, they stood on the 20 km road, and went around with loudspeakers, [saying] whoever has got an Israeli passport, they should come.

Because Zelensky is doing that now.

Like Rabbi Yaakov Galinsky, when he did the brit for the KGB commander. So after that, he met him in the street, and he asked him [the KGB commander] how were you not afraid [to do that]? So he [the KGB officer] replied, I know that now it’s bad for the Jews, but there will come a day when it’s good for the Jews. And I want my son to be worthy of that good.

So now, it’s good for the Jews, and whoever is a Jew, they immediately let him pass through [the border], even without a passport, and the non-Jews are exploding because of this.

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Now, they conducted 200 children [Jewish children from Ukraine] from an orphanage, without passports.

Everything that the Ukrainians did [to the Jews] is being done to them.

But because Zelensky requested that they should pray [for him] in Uman, the war will be finished by Purim. The fear is from the pogroms, because when there is no government, there are pogroms, the same as happened by Ahashverosh.

They call this ‘Brigades’. Because Ahashverosh didn’t let people own a weapon, he just let them pile up all the tables by the door.

They [i.e. the people who wanted to kill the Jews in the Purim story] had to get back by dawn, because Haman only gave them permission to kill [Jews] for one day.

Whoever managed to survive until dawn was saved.

Like the person who told the story of how [in World War II] it was mamash the second where they [i.e. the Nazis] were about to break down the door [and kill him and his family].

He said, in the zchut of Rebbe Nachman!!! – so they (the Nazis) left, and he was saved.

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Well,  in the 16 hours or so since I last put a post up, a lots changed.

At 7.51pm, I got an email from a friend asking me if I knew about the prayer gathering – atzeret – being held for the Rav by the Kotel, starting at 8pm.

I didn’t until I got her email, but as I live very close by, after supper me and my husband drove up there, and had the privilege of joining hundreds other people from Shuvu Banim doing 7 Tikkun Haklalis, and one Pirkei Nevurchim.

There was a lot of koach yesterday night in those prayers, a lot of strength.

I’ve been at more of these prayer gatherings than I can count, and I have to say that by the time of the last few outside the prison in Ramla, you could feel that the whole community was getting pretty exhausted.

That’s when we thought the corrupt State of Israel was going to succeed in keeping the Rav behind bars for ever, God forbid.

There was so much yeoush back then, so much despair. And you could feel it in the prayers.

Then of course, everything turned around miraculously, and the very same people who had been persecuting the Rav for decades found themselves behind bars, for the same murder they’d tried to pin on the Rav.

That’s when I really started to believe in open miracles again.

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So, back to yesterday.

At the end of the atzeret at the Kotel, I felt pretty good. As I was walking out of the Kotel Plaza, I heard some guy on his phone talking about a pigua – terrorist attack – in Tel Aviv. But I didn’t pay too much attention.

I got home at 11pm and went to bed.

This morning, I learnt that there was a terrorist attack in Bnei Brak yesterday, that apparently started at 8pm – the same time that the prayer gathering began at the Kotel.

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That terrorist attack already has its own page at Wikipedia, HERE.

This is some of what it says:

The attack started at around 8:00 PM local time when Hamarsheh began firing at apartment balconies. The gunman then switched to targeting passerby on HaShnaim street, killing two pedestrians at a grocery store and a car driver. Hamarsheh tried to shoot another resident but the gun jammed.

He then left for Herzl street where he shot and killed a man who was trying to prevent his baby from getting killed. Hamarsheh engaged in a gun battle with two police officers who were called in to confront him, ending in the terrorist’s death. An officer was brought to Rabin Medical Center where he died from his injuries.

The attack came shortly after a man killed four people in Beersheba and two Islamic State terrorists killed two police officers in Hadera.

The perpetrator was identified by police as a Palestinian from Ya’bad. The Times of Israel reported that he was a 26-year old named Diaa Hamarsheh. According to the Jerusalem Post he was a Fatah affiliate who had been imprisoned in 2015 for charges of supporting terrorism as well as arms trafficking.

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This morning, I went to pray by the Saba’s kever in Har Hamenuchat with a friend.

She told me that she knows Bnei Brak quite well, and she can’t understand why the terrorist would have gone to a side street like HaShnaim street to start trying to kill people, God forbid.

According to her, he needed to drive through some very busy streets like Jabotinsky, crammed with people and pedestrians, to get to the relatively quiet HaShnaim street. There’s nothing much on that street except a makolet and the Chabad yeshiva.

Hmmm.

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Then, I got home and I found this email:

Apparently 2 of the victims shot yesterday in Bnei Brak are Ukrainians and it’s unclear for long they had been in Israel.

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They haven’t released the names of the Ukrainians yet, so no-one has any idea if they are even Jewish, or not.

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Then, I had two conversations with my daughters, both of whom are feeling ‘weird’, sad – and not a little scared.

These girls were going to school in the Old City at the height of the ‘stabbing intifada’ in Jerusalem, a few years’ back.

And the youngest one was hanging out at bus stops on dangerous roads in the shtachim, waiting for buses or hitch-hiking, in the middle of the night, when the Arabs were shooting up bus stops all around that area.

She in particular doesn’t ‘scare’ so easily.

But today, she told me’s feeling scared, in these words:

It feels to me that they are killing way more people than they usually do. That it’s not just knives now, but real guns. And that the State of Israel can’t seem to stop them from doing this. And it’s also weird to me that it’s happening all over the country, not just in a particular place like Jerusalem.

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For me personally, I’m wondering how we can have a police State of Israel, with facial recognition AI cameras literally set up at every crossroads and on every major thoroughfare in the whole country now – and apparently, the Shabak has no idea that a gun-running terrorist from Jenin who was in prison in 2015 is about to commit a terror attack in Bnei Brak with an M16?

AI facial recognition cameras can be ‘programmed’ to specifically recognise a face, or a particular feature, and to follow that ‘face’ or ‘feature’ around.

If the State of Israel somehow ‘forgot’ to program these known terrorists into the ‘facial recognition’ function of these cameras – then why the heck do we have these cameras in the first place?

(It’s a side point, but it seems they also ‘forgot’ to program the faces of suspected pedophiles into these facial recognition cameras, too….)

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So, lots and lots has changed in the last 24 hours.

Not for the first time, it seems that the Rav called an atzeret to try and sweeten a decree that could have been way worse, even though 5 dead people is already 5 worlds lost.

As mentioned above, it makes no sense that a terrorist would get out of his car on a busy street like Jabotinsky – then make his way over to a sleepy side street to start trying to kill people.

I’m also waiting for the names of these two Ukrainian victims to be released, so we can understand a little more about how they happened to be in the line of fire in Bnei Brak.

And lastly, it seems to me that someone in the corrupt State of Israel has pressed the ‘terrorist on’ button again, to try and distract us from something they don’t want us to be paying attention to.

They did that last year, too, when the ‘terrorist on’ button got flipped very soon after they killed 45 Jews in Meron with Directed Energy Weapons – and realised that they’d left way more ‘clues’ behind than they intended to.

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Remember, ultimately God is behind all this.

And also remember that this world is just a corridor, a world of ‘fixing’, where the soul comes to be refined and purged of all its dross, often in some very painful ways, before it gets back to the real, permanent, spiritual world.

I keep saying this, but it bears repeating: we have no idea who we were in a previous life, nor what ‘bad’ we did, that we got reincarnated in this lifetime to pay down and fix, somehow.

Nothing is happening ‘stam’, this is all spiritual unfinished business.

That doesn’t make all these deaths ‘ok’, and it for sure doesn’t excuse – in any way! – the murderers.

But it does make all this a little easier to bear, as we continue to lurch closer towards geula.

I have the feeling it’s going to be pretty hectic, between now and Pesach.

So hold on to your teshuva, charity and tefillot, keep saying your tikkun haklali, and start talking to God every day, if you aren’t doing that already.

Because God isn’t done shaking the blanket.

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UPDATE:

This is from Debka file, HERE:

 A common factor in all three was that all the perpetrators were on the books of the security authorities and two at least served time for security offenses. Yet their conspiracies were not picked up.

What does this sound like to you, that the ‘security authorities’ didn’t know what was going to happen – three times in a row, with automatic weaponry, by members of ‘ISIS’ – or the opposite?

That the State decided to flip the ‘terrorist on’ switch?

TBC

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UPDATE 2:

This is part of a comment left on the Tomer Devorah site, HERE. I think he’s on to something – that it’s actually not the corrupt ‘State of Israel’ itself that is flipping the ‘terrorist on’ switch, but the even more corrupt Americans, via (Jewish CFR member….) Antony Blinken:

Some days ago, the Americans “complained” because the Israeli pawns tried to not take clear side against the Russians, and Blinken came here to put the things straight….Suddenly , ISIS started operations in Eretz Israel…..May Hashem take revenge against the enemies of His people…

Man, enough is enough already. That country is literally neck-high in blood, murder and corruption.

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Over the years, I have lived in many different Jewish communities.

And I’ve also worked as investigative journalist for 25+ years, and that’s brought me into contact with many different people, and their stories.

What I can tell you is that sexual abuse of children is a massive problem today, everywhere.

But I guess I’ve been focussing more on the frum world in this blog, because so many of us want to believe that things like this don’t happen in ‘religious’ communities.

And so we trust perhaps way more than we should, and don’t recognise the warning signs in quite the same way, because  we don’t want to believe that ‘religious’ people, frum Jews, would be capable of acting in these awful, despicable ways.

And of course, so many of the rabbis and leaders in these communities want to keep all the shmutz and yuck covered up, because they are protecting their ‘brand’. And that seems to take precedence over protecting the victim, for people who don’t really fear Hashem, and who are more interested in receiving honor and kavod, than doing the right thing.

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BUT – as one commentator pointed out, this problem goes way, way beyond the religious community.

In the secular world there are also enormous problems – as you’ll remember from THIS post a few weeks ago, that mentioned the gang rape of a young teenage girl by a pack of feral teenage boys in a Netanya school. That story was totally blanked by the media here, to ‘protect the guilty’.

In the meantime, the poor girl and her father apparently ended up in a mental institution, from the trauma of what had happened – which was compounded by the cover-up.

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Today, the world is a very sick place.

There is no such thing as a ‘safe’ place, spiritually, today.

(Although I have to say, ironically, that Rav Berland’s community seems to have way, way less issues than any other community I’m aware of. After the last 10 years of slander and scrutiny, Shuvu Banim is pretty much the last place a pedophile would try to hang out in.)

Let me tell you a story that emphasizes this point, and then we’ll move on to tachlis, what we as parents can really do to try to protect our children, to the best of our abilities.

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A few years back, I lived in a very large, mixed yishuv, that had chardal communities all the way up to dati ‘light’, and was mixed between olim from many different backgrounds, and Israelis.

It all seemed so ‘wonderful’ there, externally, the first two years. Then, I started figuring out that appearances can be very deceptive, that literally half the yishuv was on Prozac (or something similar) – and that sexual abuse and wife-swapping was also occurring there.

I knew a lady whose 9 year old daughter was repeatedly raped by a ‘frum’ cousin – a stellar, solid dati leumi-type older teen.

When that news came out, her world fell apart – and the dati leumi rabbis counselled her not to go to the police about what had happened, because it would ruin the cousin’s life.

In the meantime…. that guy got married, and continued on in the dati leumi community as apparently a paragon of virtue.

While this lady’s kid went totally ‘off’, started smoking, and experienced tremendous tzaar in her soul.

Does this sound right, to you?

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So now, let’s move into talking tachlis, what can we do, as parents, to try to protect our children?

There is a separate discussion to be had about changing the culture, both in the (Freemason-Frankist….) secular world and in the (Freemason-Frankist….) religious world about not playing down abuse like this any more, and not trying to just keep covering it up.

We’ll leave that for now, although you can be sure that is something that I will come back to in future posts, BH.

Today, I want to focus on what we can do as parents, with God’s help.

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When I was looking into this more, I tripped over the ‘BrightBeginnings’ website, of R’ Yakov Horowitz.

You can find that website HERE.

He’s written a book about how to keep children safe, and he’s also put out this 10 minute video, that covers some very useful information on how to deal with this issue, tachlis:

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Here’s a screenshot of the 4 main messages R’ Horowitz says parents have to give over to their kids – in as calm a way as possible, because when the parent is agitated, the kid won’t remember what they are saying:

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Watch the video above, to really understand how to put these messages across to your children.

He packs a lot of good information into 10 minutes, and he’s also got books in both Hebrew and English called ‘Let’s stay Safe!’, that you can get HERE.

Here’s a precis:

  1. Teach your child that NO-ONE should ever tell them to keep a secret from you, their parents. This is a massive red flag for predatory behavior.
  2. Give your child a sense of having firm boundaries – that their body, their personal ‘space’, belongs to them, and they get to decide who can enter it, and when.
  3. Explain to them the ‘bathing suit’ rule, that no-one else should touch them in places covered by their bathing suit – except for very specific people, in very specific instances (i.e. the parents or main caregivers, when they need to clean them up or care for them in some way – but keep these parameters as tightly-defined as possible.)
  4. Teach your children to trust their own instincts – and to get away from people who make them feel uncomfortable, AS SOON AS they start to feel uncomfortable, even if nothing ‘bad’ has happened.

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This is great advice.

But if we’re honest, as parents, we already know that WE have to do a lot of work on our own bad middot and issues, to really put this advice into practise.

What do I mean?

Well, from my own experience of being a sincere baal teshuva, I know I put so much pressure on my kids to ‘conform’ to a certain very high religious standard, that for a couple of years meant that they simply stopped telling me what they were really up to, because they knew I wouldn’t approve.

And when a kid feels that they can’t tell their parent everything, that’s when the kid enters the ‘danger zone’.

I had to do a lot of work on my own bad middot, including my own anger, disappointment and unrealistic expectations, before I could really create a ‘space’ where my kids felt it was safe to tell me about their struggles again, without me going ballistic at them for not being ‘perfect.’

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Another problem is peer pressure.

It’s hard to encourage our kids to call out predatory, bullying behavior when it might cost us, the parents, socially.

For example, a few years ago I had a really good friend, who outside her home was amazing and wonderful – but whose house was full of dysfunction and problems, from the perspective of the children.

Long story short, her kids were routinely bullying and beating up my kids, and it took me two years to really stop making excuses and to tackle the problem, because I knew tackling the problem was going to cost me my own friendship.

And it did.

But in these myriad small ways, we can send our kids messages that they shouldn’t ‘rock our boat’ – and predators, especially predators who are ‘close to home’, can take advantage of this very human tendency, God forbid.

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And perhaps R’ Horowitz’s last ‘message’ can be the most difficult one of all, for a parent to really convey to their children.

Because if I’m a forceful parent, I’m a super-frum, or super-idealistic parent, who has all sorts of ideas of how my kid should be acting, and dressing, and what sort of super-healthy food they should be eating, and who they should be hanging around with….

….And I don’t really give my kid the ability to develop their own instincts about what is right for them, let alone to trust them….

That gives predators a huge ‘in’.

And we parents can do that, without even realising what a disadvantage we are actually giving our children, because we WANT THEM to listen to us, and to obey us, and to not challenge us all the time with their own opinions and ideas.

Can you see the problem?

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The solution again comes down to us parents working on our own bad middot.

It again comes down to challenging our own assumptions about what is really ‘right and wrong’; and being prepared to take a cold, hard look at where we ourselves trample on our children’s ability to honestly feel what they feel, and to honestly express what they feel – without being harshly judged and punished for it.

It’s so easy to write these words, but it can be so, so hard to live up to them.

Especially when we ourselves often came from homes where kids were meant to be ‘seen but not heard’, and where the parents were meant to be held high up on a pedestal by the child, and never questioned or crossed.

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It’s sadly true, that when a kid is bullied, and / or ignored, and / or harshly judged at home, by their parents, that will make them way more ‘at risk’ of attracting predators.

Spiritually-warped people have a kind of ‘sixth sense’, where they can sense which kids don’t have a ‘back’ – don’t have a parent on their side, really supporting and listening to them.

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One more thought, then we’ll talk more about bringing God into the equation.

Like most mothers, I have always loved my kids a lot. But until my oldest was 5, I was trying to hold down a very demanding career, that meant I had pretty much zero time or headspace to really ‘be’ with my kids, after work.

I was usually so exhausted from the day job, all I wanted was for them to disappear to bed, as soon as possible, when I got home.

It was only after we moved to Israel, that Hashem really started giving me the present of understanding just how toxic my career was, for my family (and also, for myself!)

When my oldest was six, that’s when I made the excrutiatingly difficult decision to quit my high-paying job – and to become a stay-at-home mum.

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On some level, I just knew that I couldn’t do both.

And with the benefit of 15 years’ hindsight, I can now honestly say it was the best decision I ever made, for my family and for myself – even though I can’t overestimate how hard it was to do, personally.

I feel now that so many of my kids’ issues with being bullied etc, mostly stem from that time that I was neglecting them emotionally, when they were younger. And that it took me a good 4-5 years of constant work on my own bad middot, via talking to God regularly for an hour every day, to start redressing the balance, and to start resolving the problems.

Thank God, my kids are great.

But we still live in a sick world, and we’ve all still got so many challenges to deal with, on so many levels.

I dread to think, how bad things would be if I hadn’t made the decision to put my kids’ need to have a ‘present’ mother ahead of my own need to do a job I really enjoyed, and that made me a ton of cash.

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So now, let’s put God firmly in this equation.

As mentioned, the key to so much of this is to know that we need God’s help to really protect our kids – both from ‘stranger dangers’, and also from our own bad middot that can render them vulnerable to predators, God forbid.

I cannot overemphasise the importance of getting into the habit of talking to God regularly, every day, to make a strong spiritual ‘connection’, and overcome our own programming to ignore what we really think and feel about bad people and situations.

If we can’t be ‘real’ with ourselves, if we also have unhealthy boundary issues, if also push down things that make us uncomfortable to avoid ‘rocking the boat’ – then so will our kids, however much we try to educate them differently.

So, the first thing is to get into the habit of asking God to help us, ourselves, uproot all these negative habits and bad middot.

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Then of course, we ask God – all the frigging time! – to protect our kids from the ‘bad’ out there.

If you have trouble formulating these prayers by yourself – and many people do – then Rav Berland has a whole bunch of booklets, that are filled with very powerful prayers that really make a difference.

If you go HERE, you’ll find a bunch to pick from.

Here’s one I recommend, Prayers for Holy Children:

 

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If you don’t speak Hebrew, just try to do one a day – it’s the effort that counts, not the quantity.

Alternatively, you can get that book in English translation – and get the hard copy FOR FREE, from the RavBerland.com site, you just pay for the postage, HERE.

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With God’s help, our children will be protected from all the ‘bad’ in the world.

And we will uproot all the ‘bad’ within ourselves, as their parents, that can make them more vulnerable to predators, God forbid.

And BH, Moshiach will come soon, and finally all this tremendous evil will be banished from the Jewish communities, and the wider world, for good.

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UPDATE:

I had a couple of comments telling me that R Horowitz is anti Rav Berland, and pro ‘vaccinating’.

All I can say, is that this is all part of the birur  process, and I guess part of that process of moving away from the unrealistic black and white world where we are pushed to an ‘extreme’ of having to agree with everything a person says, 100%, before being willing to quote them in other areas, and moving towards a more nuanced approach.

I feel R Horowitz advice in this area is useful, so I’m quoting it.

Clearly, I feel he’s totally wrong about Rav Berland, and Covid 19 shots.

Hope that clears up the confusion.

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The MSM is apparently telling everyone that ‘Russia is stalled’.

***UPDATES: New Video of Ukranian neo-Nazis indoctrinating their children***

That seems to be fake news.

There’s a guy called Gonzalo Lira who is an American living in Ukraine’s second biggest city of Kharkov.

He’s been ‘live streaming’ footage and news from Kharkov during the war, the last few days.

Watch this, where he explains that Russia is actually winning the war, and that he believes that all the ‘fake news’ about Russia being ‘stalled’ etc is just propaganda to set up a ‘false flag’ involving a chemical attack in Ukraine.

He covers a lot of ground, very clearly.

Watch here:

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Snippet:

I’m near the center of the city, and over the last seven days it has been clear that the Russians are getting closer and closer.

I see them getting closer and I hear the bombs getting closer. I know for a fact that surrounding towns have been captured, either from news reports, or from people who live in these towns and have told me personally.

Kharkov is the second largest city in Ukraine, and the third most important target, the first being Kyiv and the second being the main Ukraine army in the east (some 60,000 man strong).

I know that they are about to completely capture Mariupol and I know that the Zelenski regime is not able to re-supply the various armies, so I understand what is happening: the Russians are winning. GL

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Remember, everything is being sweetened by our teshuva and prayers, and Rav Berland, and the passing of tzaddikim of R’Chaim Kanievsky.

I’m trying to get to the Rav four days a week, to join in with the prayers there, and I can feel how much is being sweetened, with all the niggunim being sung about Uman at the Rav; and all the clapping and dancing to sweeten the judgments.

Usually, the prayers at the Rav start quiet and subdued – reflecting the real ‘heaviness’ in the world – but by the end, there is so much singing and dancing and clapping.

There is such a good, hopeful ruach there.

Take heart, dear reader!

Everything is really being sweetened, behind the scenes, and nothing is going ‘to plan’ for the evil people – not with ‘Covid 19’, not with the mac-cinations, not with the war in Ukraine…

It’s all being ‘turned around’ for them, which is why it’s so very hard to know exactly what’s going on right now.

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Anyway, this guy gives Zelensky’s government a week or two, max.

And then, he thinks the whole war will be over by the end of April, once Mariupol falls – unless there’s a ‘false flag’ to give NATO and the USA a green light to get into the war in Ukraine.

And that’s when things will start to get even more interesting.

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UPDATE:

A reader just sent me a link that lead to this:

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Highly, highly, highly recommended.

Here is one of the videos it brings, showing the extent of Ukrainian neo-Nazi indoctrination of their children:

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Again, we have to ask:

How many of the 25,000 non-Jewish Ukrainians brought into Israel by the Frankist-Freemason puppets we call ‘our government’ are affiliated with these Azov Battalion neo-Nazis?

What background checks were made?

When are these people going back to their motherland?

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BH, more people are starting to wake up all this – it’s heartening to see so many dyed-in-the-wool ‘patriots’ in the USA calling out the BS, and refusing to respond to corrupt media calls to ‘nuke Russia’.

One more must-watch video from David Sorensen’s site above:

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Like most real journalists in the world right now, Sorensen is being heavily censored. If you feel like donating to his cause, he is certainly putting together some first-rate honest journalism at the moment.

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I just got this over email:

“We no longer know if Putin won’t attack the Jews.

We should sit in the floor and fast to prevent it.

The Rav also said that Ukrainians and Nazis come from the same source.

The Ukrainians of today are grandchildren of natzi’s and they still have it in their blood.”

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I strongly believe in the power of Purim to ‘overturn’ all this evil – there is so very much of it going on, it’s hard to even keep up.

And I keep reminding myself, that Adar is always like this: until we actually get to Purim, the ‘dark’ just keeps building and building and building….

It’s not a happy month – the opposite of a ‘happy’ month, usually – until we get that miraculous turnaround at Purim.

This year, seems we need it more than ever.

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I know there are some readers who don’t want to hear all this, because it’s ‘demoralising’.

I would LOVE to just write good, happy things, good news.

Just seems the world is not quite there yet, and this is a very dangerous time to stick our heads in the sand, and pretend everything is fine.

Prayers, teshuva and tzedaka overturn the harsh decrees.

Crying out to Hashem from the bottom of our broken hearts overturns the harsh decrees.

Pretending everything is ‘fine’ while binging on netflicks and / or smoking weed to calm ourselves down doesn’t overturn anything.

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If I hear more instructions from the Rav about concrete things to do, to try to overturn these harsh decrees, I will share them here.

The last few days, the heaviness has literally been so palpable, I have been going to bed at 9.30pm, because it’s exhausting to be ‘awake’ in the middle of all this.

At the same time…. I’ve seen so many times with the Rav, where situations where there seemed to be no hope, did turn around miraculously, after a lot of prayers, teshuva and charity.

So there is always hope.

May God rescue us all soon – and especially the sincere, holy Jews in the Ukraine.

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PS:

After doing some hitobedut on this, and what small people like you and I can really do to help the Jews caught in the fighting in Ukraine, I suddenly remembered the pidyon nefesh that some of the Rav’s students in Miami paid, to  ‘dodge’ Hurricane Irma, back in August 2017.

You can read the whole story HERE, but basically, I think they paid quite a big pidyon to the Rav – and the whole hurricane moved away from the US, and instead hit the people trafficking routes via the Bahamas, instead.

Thanks to our corrupt Frankist-Freemason government, it is now ‘illegal’ to discuss any sort of pidyon nefesh with the Rav directly, and if he is given any money directly – they will send him back to prison, God forbid.

But I’ve been paying my pidyonot to the website HERE, and I know it’s having the same impact as giving it straight into the hands of Rav Berland.

So, that’s what I just did.

I just did a very modest pidyon nefesh of 500 nis for the Jews of Ukraine, to be saved from any violence. And if you want to do that too, feel free.

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Our intention counts for everything, with this stuff.

Go HERE to do a pidyon nefesh for the Jews of Ukraine, and just have in mind that this is what the money is for, when you donate it on the site.

BH, we should only hear good news.

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“What he wants is a world war.”

***UPDATE***

A new article on The Grey Zone fills out way more of the details about the fascist Azov Battalion, and its ties to ‘Jewish hero’ Zelensky. See below this post for more details.

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The following translated snippets come from the Shivivei Or Newsletter 252, that brings the classes from the Rav, Rav Eliezer Berland, from previous weeks.

Excerpt of a shiur from Purim Katan, 15th Adar (alef) (16th February, 2022)

“Now, we are talking about this, that everything we are experiencing, this is a tikun (rectification) for the sale of Yosef [HaTzaddik, by his brothers.] everything that is happening to us, everything that…

And a person doesn’t know what is going to happen, in another 10 years, 20 years.

It could be, that some crazy person will arise suddenly, who makes a world war now.

Because what he wants [i.e. Putin] is a world war.

He doesn’t want Ukraine, he wants Romania.

Return all my countries to me!

He wants to regain territory.

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In that same shiur, the Rav spoke repeatedly about the ‘guarantee’ from Reb Shayale, the Tzaddik of Kerestir, that whoever believed in him, his grandchildren would survive the shoah.

(Reb Shayale died in 1925, around 15 years before the shoah occurred, but said these words 30 years before WW2.)

Here’s another translated snippet from the Rav:

“Now, we are in the month of Adar, we are rectifying ‘and you spoke evil’.

Because all our life, we need to rectify the sale of Yosef – all through our life, in every generation, Auschwitz, everything.

What they did to Yosef, this was done to us in Auschwitz.

In every place, they threw living people into pits.

And in every generation, this comes back again, for as long as Moshiach doesn’t come, so there will be a few more Auschwitzs.

But this is not in our generation.

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We need to pray for our grandchildren and our great-grandchildren that they will pass through this [and be saved].

It’s like what Shayale from Kerestir said.

There is a book called ‘The Promise’, that he [R’ Shayale] said this 30 years before the shoah, that in another 30 years time, there is going to be an awful shoah.

Whoever assists me (i.e. helps me, or provides a service for me, or attends me) with emuna, his grandchildren (will be saved from the war that is coming.)”

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The Rav then tells the story from this book, written by a grandchild who believed in the promise that Reb Shayale had given his grandfather – and was saved from death repeatedly, in miraculous ways.

The Rav doesn’t say anything stam.

Every word, every letter is a clue.

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Here’s another snippet from a different shiur, given a little later on Shabbat Vayakhel, 5782:

“Rabbenu (Rebbe Nachman of Breslov) is changing the government in Ukraine.

Because this year, they decided that they are not going to let a single person travel [to Uman] on Rosh Hashana, because Shuvu Banim made a balagan.

But they don’t know who is really from Shuvu Banim, and who isn’t, so they said that they aren’t letting anyone come.

So, Rabbenu is fighting against them.

Zelensky said that no-one is entering Uman, so he’s been removed.

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Excerpt from a different shiur, on that same day of Shabbat Vayakhel, 5082:

“Now, Putin is conquering Ukraine, because Rabbenu is doing the whole war.

Everything is Rabbenu, and ‘war I have made’ – the whole war is Rabbenu!

Rabbenu is fighting against Ukraine, because two years ago, they didn’t let people travel to Rabbenu.

So, they made a blacklist and a ‘white list’, because there were 200 people on the blacklist, that they didn’t let them enter.

Because they entered Uman, the travelled with great self-sacrifice, so they searched for them in Uman.

They asked each person, how did you get in?

And they put them on a blacklist.

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And in Belarus, 20,000 people got stuck there on the road [border].

So now, everything there is tanks.

So now we are travelling.

We will get visas from the Russians.

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Because Hashem won’t forgive everything that the Ukrainians did in the Shoah.

Hashem won’t forgive!

‘God of vengeance!’ Hashem is a God of vengeance!

We are coming to say that now, in the prayers.

And Rabbenu [also] doesn’t forgive, and Hashem will take vengeance in the Ukraine, for everything they did.

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Ad kan.

I’ve been struggling a lot the last few days, especially with feelings of sadness and despair about the state of the world, both within my dalet amot, and without.

When I read the Rav’s words on Shabbat, they gave me a lot of chizzuk, so I wanted to share them with you.

This war is not stam, or ‘unjust’, like we are being told.

Again, that doesn’t mean Putin is a good guy – he’s not, he’s awful.

But what it does mean, is that God has got to the stage of really starting to mete out justice to the enemies of the Jewish people, and that he’s using the ‘evil’ in the world to do that.

I just started to feel a lot more hope again, that this is going to turn around, somehow, for the biggest revealed good we’ve ever seen.

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One last thing, and then I’ll leave this for today.

As you probably know, me and my family were in Uman that fateful Rosh Hashana, two years ago.

That’s when I got stopped at the airport with my two teenage girls – despite the fact that legally, I had made it to Ukraine before their deadline of closing the border for Israelis travelling to Uman, at 12 midnight that Friday.

I got there at 4am Friday morning.

And the Ukrainians lied to us that they’d changed the law, and brought the closure forward 24 hours.

Me and my girls – there was only us for hours there, until 3 more chassidim from the UK showed up later on – were put under armed guard.

No-one told us what was going on.

There was nothing kosher we could eat in that airport, and I’d been travelling for 2 days, via France and Portugal to get to Uman, so the food I brought with me was already mostly eaten.

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That was bad enough.

But then these Ukrainians put me and my family, plus these three chassids, on a bus in the middle of the airport – for no obvious reason – and we sat in that bus being mocked by armed Ukrainian guards for an hour, while a vicious Doberman circled the bus, to make sure no-one tried to get off.

mamash felt like I was back in World War II.

All I could do was clap and pray the whole hour.

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By some open miracle, they changed their minds 20 minutes before Shabbat, and released us.

We got a cab to the Jewish Centre and Hotel in Kiev, and I cried the whole way.

That was the first Shabbat since I’ve been married that I didn’t light Shabbat candles, because I thought I’d got to the Hotel way after Shabbat came in.

(Turns out, I was wrong about that, but at the time I wasn’t aware that there is more flexibility in ‘Shabbat coming in’ than I realised.)

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Then in Uman, we were ‘policed’ constantly by at least 3-4 different types of police and Ukrainian soldiers, non-stop for 3 weeks.

I had to go to the market to buy food to feed my family, and each time I stepped out on Pushkina, I could ‘feel’ the hostility of those Ukrainian soldiers in the air.

Meanwhile back in Israel, the horrible anti-semites ruling here (which remember, at that point was Netanyahu, Litzman and Deri) kept making statements about how everyone in Uman was a criminal, and that there would be massive consequences to pay when we got back to Israel.

The whole thing was so stressful and horrible, it literally took me out for a year.

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It wasn’t a Shoah, of course, Baruch Hashem a million times.

But maybe, just maybe, it was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

After I read the Rav’s words about God himself taking vengeance, I have started to feel way, way happier about what is going on.

Yesh din, v’yesh dayan.

And this process may be starting with the Ukrainians – but it’s not going to end with them, this time around.

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UPDATE:

I highly recommend you take a look at this article by Alex Rubinstein, on The Grey Zone:

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Here’s a taster, of how ‘Jewish actor’ Zelensky was deliberately maneuvred into place in 2019, as a PR stunt to silence any accusations that the Ukraine really is full of neo-nazis.

And a key person funding those neo-Nazis is Igor Kolomoisky – the ‘president’ of the Jewish community in Ukraine (see HERE).

You can not make this stuff up.

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On a misty, cold and windy Jerusalem morning last week, I took a drive out to the Dead Sea.

I read something a few weeks ago saying that bathing in sea water regularly helps to neutralise radioactivity from the human body, which also suggested that the Dead Sea is probably the single best place you can go, to do that naturally.

I had kind of been coming to a similar conclusion myself, in a hazy way, but it was very good to see someone else putting that out there.

So, I girded my loins, and arranged a trip to the Dead Sea.

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Usually by the end of February, the weather in Israel is already pretty sunny, and starting to heat up the thermometer.

But not this year.

This year, we’ve had grey skies, mists, tons of rain (Baruch Hashem!), snow, hail – and also a lot of wind. So much wind, that my garden is totally wrecked from it all, and there’s not much I can do to tidy it up, because we are in the middle of shmittah, here in the Holy Land.

But I digress.

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Optimist that I am, I invited two friends to come with, and one of those friends (who is not a ‘Rav’ person) invited three more of her friends.

The day before the trip, that everyone was so looking forward to, and so in need of, physically and emotionally, all the people who are not ‘with the Rav’ got hit with different complications and issues, which meant they couldn’t do it.

The mother of one woman broke her leg….another woman suddenly got overwhelmed with work and had to cancel her holiday day….another woman got overwhelmed with life, and just couldn’t cope with anything ‘extra’ to deal with, not even something nice…. and the last woman woke up feeling really ill, and just ended up spending the day in bed, recuperating.

So, me and my one ‘Rav person’ friend were the only ones who ended up driving down to the Dead Sea, for some R&R last week.

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Given the dramatic way everyone else’s plans had blown up, we were talking about how lucky and blessed we were, that we’d managed to actually do it.

And that’s when I realised, not for the first time, that when you are attached to a real, live Tzaddik, life is just so much sweeter and nicer.

The whole world is so full of din and harsh judgement right now, that if you aren’t figuring out a way to get that sweetened – that really works – it’s almost impossible to cope with ‘life’. 

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As we drove down the decline to the Dead Sea area, the sun started to shine, and the temperature went up a good 8 degrees.

Or to put it another way, we drove out of dark and depressing ‘winter’ and into glorious ‘spring’, in about two minutes.

Israel is mamash like that – every city, every small area, has its own weather going on.

But it was still really blustery.

So blustery, in fact, that when we got down to the beach, there were foot-high waves whipping the coastline to a mineral foam.

Or to put it another way, the ‘Dead Sea’ was the most ‘alive’ I’ve ever seen it.

It’s the winds of change, my friend told me, with a smile on her face.

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Ah, the winds of change.

This friend came with me a few times to say some Tikkun Haklalis outside the Ramla prison in the middle of the summer, when it was stifling hot outside.

Each time we got to the prison, there would be a weird ‘wind’ blowing the trees around there – even on a day when it was totally calm, everywhere else.

I recognised that wind from Musrara – it’s the ‘wind of change’ that shows up not infrequently, when the Rav is praying with the community on Ido HaNavi street.

And now, here it was again, churning the Dead Sea to foam and giving us a lot of absolutely gorgeous scenery to look at, while we soaked our feet in the Dead Sea detox.

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We had a great time, that morning.

It gave us both a lot of koach and strength to continue, and to push back against all the dark clouds of despair and doubt, that are trapping so many people in a bad place, at the moment.

And we both felt in our bones, that the only reason we seem to be sailing through this period of time, actually in a pretty good place in so many ways, is because of our attachment to Rav Berland.

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In the middle of writing this, I got sent some more information about what’s going on in Uman right now, particularly with the Rav’s students.

You remember, that the Rav has said repeatedly that Uman is safe, and that people should just stay put, as Putin isn’t interested in hurting civilians or the Jewish community?

According to first-hand information, there are a number of the Rav’s students still in Uman, and they are doing fine and are in really good spirits.

Not only that, a lot of Jewish ‘refugees’ from other parts of the Ukraine are also now in Uman, staying in the many kosher hotels that are there, and waiting out the fighting.

This is what I’m being told.

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The point is: when you’re following a real Tzaddik – after you’ve done your necessary due diligence to make sure they really ARE a true Tzaddik, and not just a high-level faker – life just gets so much easier to bear.

I saw that at the Dead Sea, and the Rav’s students in Uman are also experiencing that.

But there are literally hundreds of examples I can give, just from my own life, where I have seen the ‘sweetening affect’ of being part of Rav Berland’s community.

(I’m talking spiritually here – I don’t live in the area anymore, and I have no kids in the Shuvu Banim school system. The connection is spiritual, and anyone can connect to the Rav from anywhere in the world. It’s all just a matter of intention.)

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We live in interesting times, exciting times.

Even the ‘Dead Sea’ is starting to come alive….

It’s a good portent of things to come.

But the next few weeks and months are probably going to be extremely challenging.

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Two days ago, my daughter caught up with a triple-jabbed friend of hers, that she hasn’t spoken to for a while.

The girl is 18, and is now in the early stages of unexplained kidney failure. She’s currently in the hospital undergoing three days of tests, so the doctors can pretend they are doing something to help her.

For over a year, I was petrified that my daughters would succumb to the non-stop barrage of propaganda about the Covid shots; or buckle under the strain of all the coercion to ‘get the jab’, to take the shot, like nearly all of their friends did.

Ima, I know so many people who had it, and they are all fine!!!

If I had a shekel for every time I heard that…. I probably still couldn’t afford to buy a toilet in overpriced Jerusalem.

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In the meantime, I just kept praying, and just kept paying small, but regular pidyonot with the Rav when we’d hit a particularly sticky point, and Baruch Hashem, God kept sending my girls ways to dodge ‘the jab’, while still fully participating in school and society.

It was mamash, miraculous.

The last few months, both of the girls – and many of their double-jabbed friends – have come round to the point of view that there is something very ‘off’ with the Covid 19 shots.

These days, very few people are running to take any more of them.

But that still doesn’t mean that most people are accepting that the Covid shots can kill you, and / or make you really, really ill.

I have a feeling that is about to change.

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After that phone call, my daughter turned to me with thoughtful eyes, and asked me:

Ima, do you think what my friend has could be because of the Covid shots?

I nodded.

Unexplained kidney failure in an otherwise totally healthy 18 year old girl with no other issues?

But who had three shots of toxic ‘gene therapy’ designed to totally overwhelm the body’s immune system, in some way, so the ‘nanotech’ can establish itself and take over?

It sounds – at the very least – like a plausible hypothesis.

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I really like this girl.

I’m really sorry this is happening to her.

I also know that her family were one of the biggest critics of the Rav, over the last few years, and that my daughter would come back from their home believing a bunch of terrible lies told by the lying media, which caused no end of pain and tension between me and my kid.

The last two years, I saw a very strong correlation between ‘people who totally believed the media lies about Rav Berland’ and ‘people who went totally cuckoo over Covid 19’

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It’s a free world.

Everyone can come to their own conclusions, and choose their own path.

And that sounds like a good place to end.

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