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.
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.
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.
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.
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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