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SELF SACRIFICE makes a place for GOD !
October 31, 2012, 7:26 am
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Vayara Bs”d

    Parshat Vayera opens with the story of the three Angels coming to visit Abraham with the God and his providence so close why did  Avraham and Sarah have so many difficulties in their lives and disappointments? Why are our hopes so often raised, so often unfulfilled? Why Ishmael? Why the binding the of Yitzhak ? Why did the God put Abraham and Sarah through the agony of thinking that the son for whom they have waited for so long is about to die? If these trials and tribulations happened to our Biblical matriarchs and patriarchs, who were most beloved to God, a clear message comes through and that is that the God does not make life so easy and “no pain no gain” is a structure for spiritual growth.. On the first day of RoshHashnah, we read about the birth of Isaac to Sarah, Samuel to Hannah. This all reminds us that ordeals that our families face in life are by Divine design, our lives are by no means mundane in anyway, but all is directed by The God.

In this parsha we can find a couple of great examples of self nullification for the will of GOD blessed is his name.

We know the people of Sodom were very wicked: “They knew the Master of the world and yet chose to rebell against Him” (Sanhedrin 109a). All they wanted to do was satisfy their desires and their lusts. For such perverse people it is difficult, if not impossible for them to have faith in God. Their depraved behavior puts the existence of the world in danger, a world “built on kindness” (Ps 89:3), as they plunge it towards destruction by their evil behavior and their denial of all the fundamental concepts that sustain its existence. When the angels came to Sodom and Lot saw them he invited them to stay in his house. In Sodom to invite a outsider into your house as a guest overnight was a capitol offense. Yet he told them to stay with him. The angels refused at first and said they would stay in the street all night. Lot persisted until he was able to convince them to stay with him. He fully understood that by doing this he was risking his life. In the Zohar we are told that when Lot said to the angels ”turn aside” and stay with me. This meant that he wanted to lead them to his house in a round about way so that they might not be seen by the people of Sodom. From this we can deduce that even if they were angels that came to Lot he was afraid for his life. So to Lot this must have been a test. This fear is more obvious when the men of Sodom come to lot’s house and threaten him and he offers to them his daughters. Lot must not have known that these angels would not allow him to come to any harm. So lot by nullifying his own feelings of fear, and not taking a attitude of ” I’m going to mind my own business”, and protect my own life. He passed his test, and he was saved from the destruction of Sodom. And eventually from his decedents came King David and Solomon and eventually our righteous Messiah.

Irit, the wife of Lot became a pillar of  salt when she looked back at “sidom” . Midrash tells us salt was chosen for Mrs. Lot’s punishment, because as a native Sodomite, she did not welcome and objected to her husband’s “dangerous, alien practices”, like acting kindly to others. He learned to act like this from Avraham. As a Sodomite Mrs lot could not understand such behavior and was against it. R. Yitzchak said She sinned with salt so with salt she was punished. On the night the angels had come to Lot. She went to all of her neighbors and said to them, “Give me some salt because we have guests.”  Her intent was tell everyone Lot had guests in the house, which was forbidden in Sidom..

By looking back, she demonstrates that to the very end, she identifies more with those who die in Sodom than with her husband and their two daughters who end up escaping unscathed. With true repentance people change, others do not and must face the consequences of their actions. When one lives in a place like “Sidom”, one can expect trouble sooner or later and its not easy for one to be separate from the evil of the place, Mrs Lot could not free herself from the evil of “Sidom” so was killed with the others. We live in difficult times. Permissiveness and immorality are all around us. Yet we must remain Holy strong and not give up, God forbid

The Ramban teaches us that the danger posed by looking back at “Sidom” and “Amora” while they were being destroyed, had to do with that such a vision was too holy to watch. Much like the God said to Moshe “You are unable to see My Face, because no human can see Me and live’”, so too to watching the Destroying Angel or even God’s Presence carrying out this massive destruction, was not for human eyes to see. This may also have to do with why most men cannot understand God’s role in events like the Holocaust.

God didn’t want the people of Sidom and Amora to be rescued as we see He didn’t send them a prophet to reprimand or correct them, as He did for the generation of the flood, who were warned by Noah, and as He did for the city of Nineveh, who were sent the prophet Jonah.

Concerning vision of angels Rabbi Argosi teaches that we are the people of GOD, and He has given us the ability to rise from intellect cleaving in the fineness of the angel of Yetzera (world of soul called Ruach-the emotional soul). There decends the Angel of Yetzera to this world. There is a small moment of sight as with the angels of Avraham, Hagar, Bilam, Minoach, Gidoen, Alisha. The Nashama (Soul of Divine intellect) descends from Bria (world of Nashama -Soul of Divine intellect) to this world to its body according to its existence at the time according to the day and the moment, and accordingly they are redeemed. Also the ”golam” (shapeless body) of the Angel dresses to a body according to the fullness of the time. If there is not ”tuma” (impurity) of the Yetzer Hora (evil inclination) they are seen from this hight, this place all night. From Yetzera, the world of angels we can rise to the כ ס א (thrown), which is the world of Bria. We rise up the Angel of Yetzera to the the man on the כ ס א . We rise then from the כ ס א to the world of the sefirot ,which is Atzilut. Then he is upon the כ ס א, as the כ ס א is upon the angel. The sefirot are 10 levels this one above that. All of them dress upon Adam Kadmon. Keter of A”k (Adam Kadmon- this face of God contains all, it is the highest) is כ ס א To the Ayn-Soff (Infinite light). We can rise to All sight is according to the ק ש ר (connection) to his body. As thus is the arousal. Which changes according to the Nashama upon its body, and bond with it. After the holy names one can be permitted to, from his body, to all, and all is according to the ק ש ר .1 The power of sight that can open the eyes, but for this light to illuminate it requires chassadim. Which is the force of Gods’s giving. The power which has us do Mitzvot (commandments). One Of the 4 “chayot” of the brain the Lion, is sight and Chuchmah. Spiritual Vision does not originate from within the brain. The brain is only a stop along the way for a light that starts out on a much higher spiritual level, the level of ”Moach Stima”, the ”Closed Brain”, so-called because its light is hidden, is the level of the Binah of Arich Anpin. However, the root of the seeing is in the Moach Stima from the level of the name ע“ב itself. Which is from even higher up in the Kruma d’Avira of Arich. Which is the Ohr HaGanuz, from which one can see from one end of the world until the other end of the world.

When saying “a wise man has his eyes in his head” this refers to one who becouse of the “cord of Chesed” drawn from midnight allows them to see not just from their eye, but the brain in their head sees the spiritual essence of things. Rather than seeing only their physical representation.

In an even greater act we see in this parsha Avraham disregard his beliefs that he preached and prepared to do at the request of GOD that which he had been condemning others for doing. Even if to others it would seem completely hypocritical. As the sacrificing of one’s children was a common practice of idolaters in Avraham’s time. A practice which he told others was not what GOD wanted and was immoral. Now Avraham was ready at the request of GOD to sacrifice his son Yitzchak. No matter how bad this would make him look before other people. The Zohar tells us that such an act was the opposite of Avraham’ s nature of loving kindness. Not only was Avraham’s Nature such but He exemplified, perfected and embodied the trait of loving kindness. GOD Asked Avraham to do something that was the opposite of his nature of loving kindness to do a act of stern judgment and severity. To sacrifice his only son Yitzchak. Not only was Avraham willing to go against his own understanding to do GOD’s will, but we find he did it with great vigor. Its written that he rose up early and saddled his own donkey, he split the wood for the sacrifice himself. Avraham had many servants. And How about Yitzchak , he went along with the whole plan. He let himself be bound on the alter as a sacrifice ?  Isaac was bound on the altar at age 37.

In Safer Paliyah we learn that the nature of the nation of Yisrael is rachamim (mercy). Because of this they need to draw upon themselves the flow of “din” (severity) so their hearts will remember to war with the nations. In the future the sword of Amalak will arouse great jealousy in Yisrael. This is all necessary as again the nature of Yisrael is “rachamim” not “din”, its not their nature to war as their nature is peace. It’s for this same reason Rabbi Akiva will come in another incarnation in a later generation and he will recognize his enemy from the past. These things are necessary to arouse the anger needed that will allow vengeance to be taken on the enemies of Yisrael.1

 With the help of GOD we will nullify ourselves to the extent that our will will be GOD’s will Hastening the arrival of our righteous Messiah quickly in our days.

The Ark of the Covenant
October 24, 2012, 10:23 am
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UPDATED May 22 2019

The Talmud states: “Rabbi Eliezer said, ‘The Ark went into exile to Babylonia….’ Rabbi Judah son of Lakish said, ‘The Ark was hidden in its own place’” Yoma (53b; Tosefta Shekalim 2; Baraita De-melekhet Ha-Mishkan 7). Rabbi Judah son of Lakish only appears rarely in the Talmud, and as a result, in some parallel versions his name was erroneously rendered as Rabbi Judah bar Ilai or Rabbi Simeon son of Lakish. According to one baraita in the Talmud Bavli, Rabbi Simeon son of Yohai maintained that the Ark was “hidden in its own place” as well, but according to a different baraita in the Bavli and according to the Tosefta, Rabbi Simeon actually supported Rabbi Eliezer’s position. It is interesting to note that the Tosefta opted to omit entirely the opinion that the Ark was hidden in the store of wood, despite the fact that the whole discussion of the fate of the Ark came about as a result of the dispute over the thirteen prostrations..”

the rambam writes in the Mishneh Torah:

“When Solomon built the Temple, he was aware that it would ultimately be destroyed. Therefore, he constructed a chamber, in which the Ark could be entombed below the Holy of Holies in deep, maze-like vaults. King Josiah commanded that the Ark be entombed in the chamber built by Solomon, as it is said: “He said to the Levites, consecrated to the Lord, who taught all Israel, ‘Put the Holy Ark in the House that Solomon son of David, king of Israel, built…’” (II Chronicles 35:3). (Hilkhot Beit Ha-bechira 4:1)

 This is unusual, as Rambam generally does not rule on historical questions in Mishneh Torah, including the interpretation of texts and even halakhic questions that were only relevant in the past (such as the permissibility of the bamot), unless there is some practical halakhic implication for the present or the future, or if the question touches on a fundamental foundation of faith. In light of this, why did Rambam choose to rule with such certainty in our case, weighing in on what amounts to a Tannaitic historical dispute?

It is likely that the reason behind this ruling can be found in the Talmud Yerushalmi:

Rabbi Yassa said in the name of Rabbi Yohanan: “This is the rule – whenever the Ark is within [the Sanctuary], the bamot are forbidden; when it has left [the Sanctuary], the bamot are permitted.” Rabbi Ze’ira asked Rabbi Yassa: “Even [when the Ark has left the Sanctuary] temporarily, as in the case of Eli?” (Yerushalmi Megilla 1:12)

In the style of the Yerushalmi, Rabbi Ze’ira’s question that was seemingly left unanswered serves as its own conclusion: Indeed, even when the Ark leaves the Sanctuary temporarily, the bamot become permitted. Rabbi Meir Simcha of Dvinsk, in his Meshekh Chokhma commentary on Parashat Re’eh, expanded on this notion, using it to explain the apparent violation of the prohibition on bamot during the Shiloh period. According to him, during the time of the Mishkan in Shiloh, the Ark would be removed regularly from its place to be present at national gatherings elsewhere, and sometimes it would even remain in those other locations for extended periods of time. During those periods when the Ark was absent from the Mishkan in Shiloh, claims the Meshekh Chokhma,the bamot were permitted.

            Now we can return to Rambam’s unusual ruling. In a different, well-known statement that is accepted as the normative halakha, Rambam rules that the “first consecration” performed by Solomon in Jerusalem applied “for that time and for eternity” (Hilkhot Beit Ha-bechira 6:14). This ruling has several halakhic implications, both positive – we can offer sacrifices on the Temple site even without the Temple itself; we can eat the “most holy” sacrifices even without the “hangings” of the Courtyard; we can eat sacrifices of lesser sanctity and ma’aser sheni even without the wall surrounding Jerusalem (Mishna Eduyot 8:6; Hilkhot Beit Ha-bechira 6:15) – and negative – the impure may not enter the area of the Courtyard; and bamot are prohibited outside of Jerusalem. In order to reconcile this ruling with the statement of the Yerushalmi, Rambam was forced to rule in accordance with Rabbi Judah son of Lakish – the Ark was hidden in its own place If so, according to Rambam the Ark is still in its original location, waiting for us in the depths of the Holy of Holies, beneath the Foundation Stone in Jerusalem.


When God spoke to Moses from the Ark, there were people standing right next to Moses who could not hear God’s voice. They lacked the ability to “amplify” the sound waves of God’s voice, and “translate” them. .” Rashi says that this voice is the voice of God that was heard at Har Sinai. It contained the same strength and power, but only Moshe could hear it. The reason we do not experience prophecy today is not because there is no prophecy, but because we lack prophets, people capable of amplifying God’s voice. While God continues to communicate in a myriad ways all the time, we are generally not geared to receive His messages.

In the end period of King יאשיהו (Yoashiyahu) rule, he hid the Ark.1

The Ark of the Covenant “appears” gone, it is concealed until the one who had it hid reveals it AGAIN.

Yet its influence is still available in hidden and concealed ways.

The sages in Yoma teach that there were actually 2 Arks. One was made by Moses and the other by Betzalel. Mose’s one held the Tablets of the Commandments until Betzalel’s Ark was completed. Then Betzalel’s Ark took over as “The Ark”, and Moshe’s Ark was dedicated to be the Ark of War. It was Moshe’s Ark that went out into battle before the Israelite army killing the enemies by sending forth some kind of “energy” .

According to the teachings of the Holy Ar”i  there are three arks, one inside the other. The inner and outer arks are made of gold, the middle ark, was made of wood. The three arks are Akatria”l in Beriah, Metatro”n in Yetzirah, and Sandalfo”n in Asiyah.


There are three arks, one inside the other. The inner and outer arks are made of gold, the middle ark, was made of wood. The three arks are Akatria”l in Beriah, Metatro”n in Yetzirah, and Sandalfo”n in Asiyah.


The Ark was not just a mere box of wood and gold of fine artistic work, with stone tablets. The Cherubim (angels) on the Ark were not just pretty decorations. When the Divine Presence filled the Ark, the Cherubim on top would move and turn towards each other.. Their wings would open and close. Betzalel was taught spiritual Divine secrets to build the Ark and all the “mishcon” (Tabernacle). We do know Betzalel was a master of the meditative techniques of the ‘Sefer Yetzirah’ (Book of Creation) as according to its way the work was, and is done. All is according to as it is above The Ark below was formed in the image of the Ark above and connected to it. Do not be mistaken there is nothing physical in Heaven.

The Ark is a communications device a “relay” from God in the Heavens. From the are goes out the spirit of Holiness to Holy sages and from it the Prophets would receive prophesy. By the ark the High Priest communicated with God . The Ark was not like a radio or telephone, it would not work for just “anybody”. Only a man properly prepared, of refined character “can tune in” to the Divine broadcast.

The methods necessary to “hook up” are not and never have been publicly elaborated.

The High Priest would approach the Ark wearing Breastplate of Judgment it had mysterious things called “Urim” and “Tummim” Inside it. They are Names of God that animated the Breast plate. The High Priest approached the Ark, contemplated his question.

The 12 stones on the Breastplate would begin to light up, specific letters on the stones would shine and a strange high pitched sound (not everyone would be able to hear).

Only by “Ruach haKodesh” the Holy Spirit could one decipher any answer being given by the

Breastplate. The letters that lit up on the breastplate did not spell out “obvious” sentences or words. The message could only be understood by one who has “Ruach HaKodesh” and is trained in the methods of Sefer Yetzirah and its “complimentary” knowledge.

Whatever happened to the Ark, is a confusing tradition. When we entered into the period of exile the Ark, along with the breastplate were concealed. By this prophecy came to an end soon afterwards. The Shechina rose up at the destruction of the Temple from the כפורות (ark cover) to the caruvim from the caruvim to the מפתן (threshold) from the מפתן to the courtyard from the courtyard to the alter from the alter to the roof from the roof to the wall of the city from the wall of the city to the mountain from the mountain to the desert and then to its place. In these 10 levels the shechina rises and decends. Likewise there were 10 places of the exile of the sanhedrin from the גזית to חנויות to חיל to ירושלם to Yavneh to אושא to שופעס to בית שערים to ציפורי to טבריא to עמוקה. The galut of the sanhedrin is as the galut of the Shechinah 2 The Sanhedrin are 70 kings in malchut.3 72 colors are 70 of the sanhedrin with Moshe and Aharon. These illude to 7 sefirot each including 10. Moshe and Aharon illude to their source being the secret of 9 tikuney dikna. 7 include 10 and 2 are the source of all.4 With the destruction of the temple there went away the ruach of navua (spirit of prophesy) from the world.5 As all prophecy was channeled through the Ark. Lower forms of communication are still available.

Some say the Ark is buried under the Temple Mount; IT VERY WELL MAY BE, others say its in Ethiopia; another place tells us it is buried in a cave somewhere out in the deserts of Southern Israel. The time will come when the period of exile ends the the Ark will once again will be revealed and the lines of communication will again be open ONLY THIS TIME IN A GREATER WAY !

Here is all that can be said :

Even if the Temple does not exist today, still in its merit the world is fed. Sustenance is emited from there to every place.6 The “kadosh Kadoshim”, the place where Hashem chose to place the ארון (ark), in its midst is the middle pillar. The temple is the secret of Malchut called א”ל . Between the temple below and that above is only 18 mil.7 Sapphire stone corresponds to the “even Stiyah”.8 The “even Stiyah” is the stone with 7 eyes described by Zachariah (3:9). It reveals Chaga”t and Nh”y of Chuchmah. The ark is Bina including 32 paths which is the source of the Nashama Yetera of Shabot which is Chuchmah , the fire of the Brass alter, it stands against the fire of Ghenom.9 The world is established by of Binna from it is Chuchmah revealed in Malchut according to the secret of 3×4=12 being 12 stones, tribes and hours of the day and night.10 Concerning the “even Stiyah” we learn in the Zohar that stones called Malchut rule in the left without the right. They rest on the ת ה ו ם = מ ה x 10 (depths). ת ה ו ם ע ל י ו ן is Teferet of Arich, which is the source of upper conduits. שתיה ןבא(even Stiyah-floundation stone) שת (foundation) of . 11 The שתיה ןבא is (Wisdom) חכמה=גולם (energy before assigned form-unused potential).12 According to judgements of the left they are concealed. From them goes out water which is Chassadim (force of Hashem’s giving). Concerning this water King Salomon writes “many waters will not satisfy love (song of songs 8:7). One can never give enough for this love.13

The supernal ark and the Torah. They operate in a timeless realm above physical laws. This is so as ink in Hebrew “דיו” is the letters that spell out יוד (Yud) of the divine name Yhv’h. As said יוד is the intellect of the Torah. And יוד being Chuchmah is above space and time.14 Torah is from intellect of חסד תורת (Torah of kindness). And the חסד (kindness) is above intellect.. This is so that kindness shall over power judgment.15 The “Safer Torah” is Z’a called the written Torah. It has in it only the “tagin” (crowns of letters) and letters. The letters are the 288 sparks of the vessels that shattered. In creating the world Hashem joined letters and sparks together. By the shattering of the vessels sparks fell below. By holy speech one makes permutations of these letters and sparks, thereby making peace between them and raising up the “mym nukvin”.16

The soul of Moshe goes out from its ark which is “hachel Lavanot Hasaphir” which is “chasmal” called flesh. This ark is made to Imma. The ark is the 248 limbs. ב ש ר (flesh) is dinim (judgments), that are given measure for measure. The portion to Z’a cleansed is called chashmal, the portion not cleansed is called Noga. Chasmal and Noga are 2 separate parzufim. The aspect ב ש ר is א ל ה י ם it is “mochin” of “yonika” which is only 6 corners of Bina that makes ג ר of Ruach. ב ש ר is ב– dat, ש– chuchmah and ר– bina. These being three “Meloy” of א ל ה י ם , with י which is “moch” 6 corners of Chuchmah is gematria ש .These are the “chayot of consuming fire”. “Meloy” ה “moch” Binna it has no chassadim and “meloy” א is “moch” Dat, it has chassadim and givurot . Chuchmah must be enclosed in Chuchmah to be revealed. Achoryim of א ל ה י ם is gematria ר , it is inside Chasmal. From Z’a of Bria till the end of Malchut are 120 sarufim “Elokim Kadoshim”. Outside these is Chasmal. Chasmal is names of א ל ה י ם. 17Chashmal is “chayot” of “consuming fire”.18

The ark is made of “shittim” wood, becouse it is Nefesh הצומחת (plant Nefesh). It is yesod olam (foundation of the world).19 

The Holy Ark was larger than the dimensions of the space that contained it in the “Holy of Holies”, in the Temple as it was beyond  time and space. With it the dimensions of time and space became nullified as we know them. Making it some what like “Gan Aden” which is beyond this world and “Gan Aden” is a bit like the the Messianic Age !

1Svaot Hashem

2Shoshon Sodot

3Zohar Shir HaShirim Rosenberg p.96

4Oar Yakar Vol 2 Noach p.210

5Zohar Aichah Rosenberg p.22

6Sulam on Zohar Trumah p.157b

7Sulam on Zohar Ekev p.272b,Shoshon Sodot

8Zohar Barashit p.71b

9Matak mDavash on Tikuny Zohar p.137

10Sulam on Zohar Vayichi p.218a

11Safer Lecutim p.197,Zohar Smot 220a

12Avodat Yisrael p.1

13Sulam on Zohar Trumah p.146b

14Sulam on Zohar Trumah p.159a

15Beney Yishachar p25:2

16Lekutey Maharon p.75

17Aor Enyim93:2,209,41:2,Zohar Lech lacha p.35,Avodat Yisrael p.53

18Zohar Vayachal p.203b

19Beor Esser Sefirot



The first tablets are very much a product of God’s “work” as its written “The  tablets were God’s work,  and the writing was God’s writing engraved on the tablets” (32:16). The second tablets are a partnership between God and Man “God said to Moses, ‘Cut for yourself two stone tablets like the former ones, and I will write on the tablets the words that were on the first tablets that you shattered'” (34:1).



October 17, 2012, 3:45 pm
Filed under: PARSHA NOACH

Noach Bs”d

What’s the lesson for us today, there won’t be another flood?.

And the earth was corrupted before Hashem, and the earth was full of chamas (violence).” Rashi says corrupted here refers to sexual transgression. It was because of sexual transgression that Hashem brought the flood, destroying the world. Improper sexual behavior is the opposite of Holiness. Because of this it arrouses the stern judgment of Hashem. This is why Bilam saw to send the gentile women of Midian to go and seduce the Jewish men. By their transgression with the women of Midian Hashem brought a plague killing thousands in Yisrael. The judgement of Hashem was only reversed by Pinchas when he killed Zimri with Cozbi the women of Midian. By this Pinchas was given the ”Brit (covenant) of peace”, Similar to in our parsha as it says ”I will establish my Brit (covenant) with you and all who enter the ark with you.”

The covenant is the Brit, the Brit is the covenant (Brit meilah- circumcision). Its desecration is desecration of all. This is why sexual transgression is so severe before Hashem. Severe enough to bring the destruction of all flesh, the flood. The Torah commands the death penalty for certain transgressions, but they can only be applied on the testimony of 2 witnesses of the transgression. And only after the 2 witnesses warned the transgressor to refrain from sin, but the transgressor does not accept the rebuke but then does the transgression. Then the witnesses must testify concerning the sin before a court of 72 judges. Only then can the death penalty be applied. This is the process of conviction for murderers, idolatry and all other transgression with the death penalty. To this is one exception. When a Jew has sexual relations with a gentile, its a mitvah to kill them both. No witness or court is required to pass judgment. As Pinchas killed Zimri. This is so, as this transgression is so detestable before Hashem. For this reason we must stand strong concerning the standards of conversion, against the ”new Judaism’s” of conservative and reformed. (These started in Germany before the Holocaust-flood). Like wise the issue of who is a Jew. We must hold by the truth as stated in the Torah and defined in the Gemore. Not being influenced by political concerns as this is foolishness. Not all the Russians brought to Isreal can be called Jewish for the sake of citizenship or marriage. Only those who can prove their Jewish identity. It is from Noach that the earth became divided. The Jews Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov came from Shem. From Noach’s 2 other sons descends the 70 nations of the world, as listed in the Torah. These 70 Nations correspond to to the 70 names of the Nashamot that descended from Yaakov. The descendents of Cannan are cursed and Shem blessed. Becoming the Nation of Yisrael. Concerning who is jewish we must be truthful and recognize the truth of our tradition which has not changed since receiving the Torah at Sinai which is written in the Torah recorded in the Mishna and clarified in the Gemora. As upon these things the ”brit” (covenant) rests, as we see in our parsha. Transgression against these values leads to utter destruction. We see this from our parsha as it is written ”The earth was sexually corrupted before Elohy”m and the earth was full of chamas (violence)”. In this generation we above all are aware of Chamas (Terrorist group). Hashem must save us, as we must guard the brit . To guard the brit we are as Noach in the ark. Protected from the waters of the flood. The destructive forces aroused by the evil deeds of the generation. God commanded Noah to build the Ark, but Noah still had to build it. One needs to  take
time, effort and cost making their spiritual ark. To do this one must act as a man of faith.

  We also learn from our parsha from The Tower of Babel about the power in numbers. When people gather on as project if enough people are involved Heaven looks down, Lets give God something real good to see. This is a call to all men of faith.

  Remember the Ark is where the Torah is kept. The ark of the covanant, this is where we want to be. In the future there will be a new ”ark”, which will be our succah. It will be our Succah which will protect us during the war of Gog and Magog. This Succah is made from our Mitzvot. From the noga (sparks of light) we raise up. It will be made from the skin of the Leviyaton. From the shade of this Succah the righteous will be protected from the heat of the sun which will destroy the wicked, and be healing to the righteous. These things as The Rambam says is Hilchot Malachim are hidden and concealed and the way the way they come about is left to be seen with the arrival of our righteous Mashiach quickly in our days


The solution to avoiding conflicts with those who have beliefs different than ours is to be open and accepting and learn to live them , instead of always arguing.

Utopian solutions are for Moshiach.

We can all love God—as far as Jesus or Mohammad to each their own




We can all love God


All peoples of all the religions of all nations and races can come together as one as God’s children. Almost all spiritual paths  emphasize self purification good works and cultivating the right intentions and motivations in all we do as essential preparations for living  the spiritual life. All paths have so much in common.

SO DO GOOD NOW What one believes is one’s personal business, and is thus a matter between the individual and God.

Living by one’s faith is living righteously. Righteousness is not about believing the right things, it is doing them. As long as one’s deeds are righteous, then we can embrace as brothers in righteousness.

There are those however, because of how they interpret the Bible and meaning of “faith,” doctrine, creeds, and beliefs in a very “closed minded” way, and thus there is division, strife, which leads to conflict. Thus they cannot be as magnanimous and embracing of other spiritual people.  The evil inclination within us is good at making “mountains out of mole hills,” creating the “great divide”. we can change things, but we cannot change non-things. At times we need to alter the way  others act when they hurt themselves and others but it is not for us to alter how others think, their Attitudes are perceptions are their business, there is no need to be a “control freak”. You are not going to  stop the way of another’s thinking, nor should we unless it is destructive, or they are asking for “insight”. Sometimes it is best to leave “Well enough alone”.

Some Individuals are so egotistical that they believe that  their way, “is the only way” is the cause of MANY problems. People believe all kinds of lies and delusions about themselves and the world around them,
they may never change their perceptions. Such changes may take a life time.

 Why argue ? 

There is no need to offend and insult others who hold different beliefs than you own, God is not not “small” and neither should be your mind.

Don’t you know ? endeavors to sow discord are not in accordance to Heaven’s Will, which ultimately is PEACE

when we can agree?

So much is in common

Faith is a matter of the heart, and not of the head !


Throughout the Jewish scriptures God continuously commands that His divine words be “placed upon our hearts” (Deut. 6).

Why think with prejudice when instead we can see in
good faith.

We all can agree that one should lead a life towards righteous behavior and moral goodness towards our fellow human beings. This kind of  of moral code of conduct can be embraced by all.

Let us expand our spiritual horizons by  education and understanding

If you really love God and God is truly you desire, we can then walk together.

We can study the Divine Word, we can
do so together , there is no reason we cannot.


Some look to beliefs, Others look to actions.

There is no need for anyone to rant and rave at one another over “religion” , this does not “glorify” God’s Name.

Thus is only racism, hatred, and evil. Our humanity is revealed, defined , Judged by how we act toward one another.

When the Messiah finally comes, he will solve all our theological differences.

Until then, let us all learn to live together in peace so that we can all be here to

greet him when he does finally come………………………………………………

. “Behold how good and pleasant it is for brothers to

dwell together in unity” (Psalm 133:1).

The bottom line is that the children of God must learn to live together in peace,

in spite of our differences. Together, we must “work” to fulfill
the great commandment 

“love your neighbor, as Yourself.” (lev 19)


Together we live by, “what we ourselves do not want done to us, we do not do to another.”

This about sums

it up.

Ehyeh asher ehyeh transmits the three upper Divine Energies.

The world above must become equal to the world below, meaning that our world has to radiate the same light as the one above.

According to what is happening here, is the same above.

Both worlds living in a kind of synchronization with each other so that the supernal mystery, or supernal Torah from which the world is created, can gradually become revealed, becoming known, not veiled anymore.

The Divine Presence helps with these expressions

that will reveal Understanding and peace !