Man, it was a heavy day yesterday.

I put the alarm on for 6:30, but only managed to wake up at 9am.

And then, I still couldn’t move out of bed or do anything, I was just staring at the wall for an hour.

Just felt so, so heavy, spiritually.

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The Kotel is still ‘closed’.

But I decided to walk down to the Dung Gate, and to go and blow it a kiss from a distance.

If I forget thee, o Jerusalem, may my right hand forget it’s cunning…

My right wrist has been aching me the last few days, and I realised that even though this evil government has shut down the Kotel, I can still walk there, and I can still show God that I care about it.

So I did, and I started to feel a little better on the way back.

My brain started to work again, I started to feel a tad less stressed.

But only a tad.

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Two days ago, my husband stuck this on our fridge, and started singing it over and over again:

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Strangely, I started to feel much happier when I heard him do that.

What is that? I asked him.

It’s a segula from the Rav, he told me.

Then he showed me THIS ARTICLE on the RavBerland.com site, which explained it a bit more:

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Here’s a bit of the English translation from this video (above):

“So, I’ll sing you this song.  Many people ask how to sing this song.  How exactly does one do it?

“Short and to the point, less than a minute, we start:

“Odem Pitdah u’Bareket

“Nofech Sapir ve’Yahalom

“Leshem Shevo ve’Achlamah

“Tarshish Shoham ve’Yashfeh

“And he who does this seven times, all the more so is the segula for spiritual and material wealth.”

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I’m not up to seven times yet, but even just saying it once or twice really made me feel noticeably calmer and happier.

So I made a mental note to share it here, and you do your own cheshbon and figure out if it speaks to you, or not.

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There’s some other odds and ends I wanted to let you know about, too.

Firstly, the Tomer Devorah website has a link to the first real objective Torah discussion I’ve seen about whether or not to take the Covid 19 ‘vaccine’, argued from a point of halacha, by Rav Wosner.

It’s brilliant, and brings some much needed Torah clarity to the issue – but you will still have to make up your own mind, in the end.

Click HERE to go straight to the PDF with Rav Wosner’s words.

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Also, I’ve had some interesting emails about the last post, especially re: Trump.

Like this, which was very respectfully written (thank you!):

I would like to understand more about why you came to this conclusion.
I agree with you that we should never have hoped for him to be a moshiach of some sort but his entire presidency was supernatural and he was directly god’s puppet like Biden is.
However, if you listen to what some Rabbi’s were saying you will hear them talking about his role in the messianic process. Never that he is a messianic figure. Just that he plays a very important role. I’ve also spoken to many non jewish physics who said stuff along those lines. He was very good to Jews in America and he is not part of the swamp (trafficking, banks, NWO etc etc)

I am asking you out of respect and a need to understand because I agree with the vast majority of your articles and this struck me as odd.

I would love to understand why you came to a different conclusion.

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These two articles begin to answer that question:

The Good Side of Edom

The Good Side of Edom, reprise

And then this article continues to answer that question from another angle:

In the Corridors of Power

Here’s a quote from that last post:

Last year, when I started researching Trump more in depth, I found one hard fact after another that linked him and his real estate projects to ‘hot’ money coming out of the former Soviet Union.

Many of Trump’s projects were financed by Russian and Eastern European oligarchs with very dodgy reputations, many of whom are Jewish, many of whom are mafia, and many of whom are connected to Chabad (and also, to the State of Israel), in one way or another.

They bought apartments in ‘Trump Towers’ and other Trump developments at massively inflated prices, to launder their cash.

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Trump is totally connected to the swamp.

For example, people don’t know that George Soros lent Trump $160 million to build Trump Towers back in 2004 – and then forgave the loan, effectively saving Trump $312 million in repayment and interest.

Now, why would George Soros do something like that for Trump?

And why do so few people know about this piece of information?

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This article explains the problem in more detail, and here’s a snippet:

[I]n 2012 Trump had already paid off most of the Deutsche Bank loan [for Trump Towers] before Soros, etc. came in and wiped out most of his mezzainine debt. This raises the question, why wasn’t Trump expected by Soros, Fortress and Blackacre to pay back their riskier, high-interest mezzanine loan?

Also, how was Trump able to pay down his Deutsche Bank loan – demonstrating the means to pay off all his loans – yet still have Soros and the others give him somewhere between $82 million and $312 million in debt forgiveness?

Additionally to that, why have we heard almost nothing about this gigantic giveaway to Trump? And why were Soros and Blackacre, two of the three main investors in the mezzanine loan, scrubbed from media’s coverage of the final debt forgiveness deal?

What possible backroom agreements were made concerning this mezzanine loan?

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We are back to the idea that Trump was ‘controlled opposition’.

I.e. just a puppet to channel all our hopes for a better world away from something and someone constructive, towards a figurehead that would make a lot of noises about ‘draining the swamp’ – but who actually left it TOTALLY INTACT, just in time for the COVID-19 plandemic to take over.

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This is a world of lies, remember?

That’s why it’s so confusing.

But soon it will crumble, and something much, much better will rise in its place.

So just hang on, until we finally turn the corner.

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6 replies
  1. Hava
    Hava says:

    Thank you for the song! I found myself connected to the Rav when I started singing it. Is this possible?

    Music has been my connection to many things since I was a wee one.

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    • Daisy Stern
      Daisy Stern says:

      Hi Rivka, Hi Hava,

      I loved Odem Pitdah Ubareket since the day the Rav asked us to sing it, last year. I wrote a tune to it that I personally like – catchy and easy. Since you love music both of you, you both play guitar, if you want I can share it with you: anybody interested?

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        • Daisy Stern
          Daisy Stern says:

          Sorry, Hava, I remembered AFTER I posted that maybe you would rather be the first to share it; my apologies.
          (BTW I learned to play the guitar when I was 12!! Beat you to it too😊!)
          OK, I will have to find music paper somewhere online, will write it down and upload – if there is such a thing.

          Thanks, and be well! Glad you finally “got” what the Rav is all about; welcome to the club!

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