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May 2016




The measure one’s success in life is the spiritual influences one leaves behind, after they have left this world. This means the children one raises and one’s deeds.

People in a minute of life can change everything for the good. There are those who acquire the World-to-Come, in a single moment of Holy virtue.

Know, no one knows the merit of their prayer or its effect completely, if at all.

The Divine influences that dress to Prayer can spontaneous and simultaneous cause a reaction on someone or something at any place spontaneously simultaneous and immediately being “reactive”. Its effect may even be perpetual. Something just “happens” at one point it is transmitted to.

This is accomplished by the power called ” faith”. Faith is the absolute conviction that expresses itself as mental willpower- force, that can transform and impel changes in physical and spiritual reality.. This power called “faith” must be revealed by one’s mental, emotional, verbal and physical powers.

Think about what it is that Heaven wants and expects from from you and do it.

Do not delay.





COUNTING THE OMER the deepest on the net —

UPDATED April 23rd 2016

The Secret of the Omer

The purpose of the mitzvah of counting the omer is to draw down from above, upon us in this physical world, an infusion of holiness of the higher realms. Malchut is where the “spiritual influence” goes from potential to actual.

Malchut, like the other sefirot, is a composite of all seven, so that sefirat ha’omer – the counting of the omer – by including malchut, involves a bestowal upon us of the spirituality of 49 separate levels.

This is very secret stuff, so I can not say or explain now more than that which is written here. This is enough for those who understand.

During the Omer period , we are slowly refined to become  proper vessels able to receive the revelation of the essence of the ”higher consciousness.” This is accomplished by fulfilling the commandment of sefirat ha-omer “the counting of the omer” the word for ”counting,” sefirah is from the same root as “saphire,” the brilliant saphire stone. Concerning this it is written “And they saw the God of Israel; and there was under his feet a kind of paved work of a sapphire stone, like the very heaven for clearness.”

  From this place the light of the omer it shines down upon us. Each and every day of the omer that we count, we illuminate lights of  the omer . It is known from the writings of the Holy Ariza”l,

   אמ”ר  is an acronym of ”light” (אור), “water” (מים) and ”firmament” (רקיע), which reflect the three stages in the emergence of all things created during the first six days of creation (“with ten sayings was the world created,” in the secret of ”from the thickening of lights did vessels emerge”). Every day of the omer we count, that is, we illuminate the omer causing sparks to ascend from below to above (the secret of the ”returning light” in Kabbalah)






Parsha Bechukosai

Contains “The Tochachah,” (warning rebuke) section that vividly describes the horrible calamities painfully rich detail that will befall the Jewish people if they don’t listen to God and don’t observe His commandments. (Va’Yikra 26:15).

There is One specific law whose violation is mentioned explicitly in relation to the Tochacha, “Then shall the land make up for its Shabbat years throughout the time that it is desolate and you are in the land of your enemies…It shall observe the rest that it did not observe in your Shabbat years while you were dwelling upon it” (26:34-35). Strangely, it seems that the lack of observance of the relatively remote laws of Shemittah (which occurs only once every seven years) can cause the exile. As the Seforno says, “[The Torah] singles out the laws of Shmittah of the land because failure to keep them causes exile from the land. Our right to remain in the land of Israel depends on the fulfillment of this particular commandment.

Shmittah involves three rules. First, during the seventh year of the cycle, no agricultural work such as planting or plowing may be done. Second, all produce that grows during the seventh year is considered Hefker (ownerless) and may be taken by rich and poor alike, no matter who owns the farm or planted the seeds from which the produce grew. Also, no one is allowed to hoard produce in the usual fashion of harvesting. The third rule is that the seventh year automatically cancels all loans. Borrowers are released from their obligation to pay back, and lenders are forbidden to press the borrowers for their money. The laws of the Smittah, protect the rights of the poor and down trodden upon this our dwelling in the land depends. We also see this in the words of the prophets who give us many rebukes against social injustice as the prophet Isaiah states:

” The wasted city is broken, every house is closed for entering “. (24:10)

Rabbi Kara states this is Jerusalem, formerly the joyous city, it will be called the wasted city. The Radak and Ibn Ezra tell us that most houses shall be deserted. There will be no reason for anyone to enter.



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