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September 11, 2013, 3:50 pm
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UPDATED oct 14th 2018

In Talmud and “poskim” we see that one who does not believe that Hashem atones for his sins on Yom Kippur,  his sins will not be atoned for.

Yom Kipor is a day that can atone for our sins. It is a day of “mesirut Nefesh” (self sacrifice) this shows how powerful  “mesirut Nefesh” is when applied to the commandments ! Did you live up to you potential in the year preceding Yom Kipor ? Being mediocre is NOT acceptable ! Since you have been formed, there must be a reason for your being, a mission that you must fulfill, something that only you are able to accomplish. Consequently, your existence is of crucial importance not just for yourself, but for the whole world.  You probably need to confess on Yom Kippur, that you have not been living up to and fulfilling your mission. That you have failed terribly and if that is so, then your entire existence is called into question. This is what the sages inferred by the words of the Yom Kippor prayer “now that I have been formed, it is as if I was not formed”. It is this awesome idea is the focal point of Yom Kippur. The question concerning all men on Yom Kipor is : Am I worthy to continue living ? Or, have I lost my right to live?

 

Its stated in the Talmud Bava Basra Yisrael had no festive days as great and joyous as Yom Kippor, when forgiveness and pardon for Transgression is Given.

The Sata’n has the numerical value of 364, corresponding to 364 days of the year that the Holy One allows him to put difficulties in a mans path. Only on one day is his power restricted, and that day is Yom Kipor.

Yom Kippor is the only day we can wear a Talit at night as the other side cannot take energy form it then as on other nights of the year.

It is concerning that day that Rabbi Shimon bar Yochi says in the Holy Zohar that this day saves them from falling into the wrong hands, and being judged with rigor. So that all can come out innocent on the earth through his mercy. Which is like a Father to his children.

All depends on actions and words

It is also stated in the Zohar that when Yisrael are in exile if they pray all day on Yom Kippor then radiance of face and perfect Joy prevails. Yisrael enters into freedom on that day. Freedom and Joy reign manifestly.

Silver is the color of Atonement.

The Cohen Gadol’s sin offering is a bull. Only a small part is offered on the alter. This represents his Physical part. Most of the Cohen Gadol is beyond the physical. He also offers up a ram that is completely burnt on the alter. This corresponds to his complete devotion to God. If a Cohen Gadol was not on such a level he would die on this day. They would have to drag him by the rope out of the Holy of Hollies where he would fall dead. For the rest of the people who are full of many fundamental faults A goat is taken outside the temple completely, and killed. As the opposite of the Cohen Gadol their lives are mostly outside the Holy realm.

In the Temple no one wore shoes, all were barefoot. On Yom Kippor  You can come before the Holy One like one of the ministering Angels  in heaven Barefoot (at other times its forbidden to pray with out shoes without food or drink in peace !

When Moshe came close to see The Burning Bush God said to him, “take off your shoes” (Exo. 3:5), this is a hint to separate from his body, which is the shoe, to dress himself in another body.

Maimonides, The Rambam, in his masterwork, the “Mishneh Torah”, In the section that deals with the Yom Kippur service in the “Beit Hamikdash” (Holy Temple), Writes that before the “Kohen Gadol” would do the Yom Kippur service the elders of the Sanhedrin would make him swear to do the service according to the oral tradition. Specifically, they made him swear to burn the incense only inside the Holy of Holies. The “Sadukim” (Sadducees), denied the authority of the Oral Torah and would place the incense on a burning fire-pan outside the Holy of Holies first and later the “Kohen Gadol” should carry it inside the Holy of Holies. The Sanhedrin made the “Kohen Gadol” swear not to perform the service in the manner of the Sadducees. After this both the “Kohen Gadol” and the elders would weep.

The Kohen Gadol cried because they suspected him of being a Sadducee. The elders would weep because there was reason to suspect him. The Rambam enshrined this tragic touching sequence of events in his “halachic” writing , The Mishna Torah which designed as a practical manual of halacha. And that make this unusual as most of Book is only practical laws and not much else. The Sanhedrin would do this because one year the “Sadukim” proposed a compromise which they said would be for the sake of peace. They proposed that the “Kohen Gadol” should light the incense outside and then take it inside the Holy of Holies, That though that this way the sages could observe Torah the way they understood and the way of the “Sadukim” would also be fulfilled. . The sages concluded that add a mitzvah of the Torah, is forbidden. As adding or subtracting from the Mitzvot of the Torah is one of the 613 commandments. The knew that to refuse would make them seem uncompromisingly indifferent to Jewish unity, but the Rabbis had no option but to follow the Law and not change it to fit the whims of others..

The bottom line is that we must always no matter what guard the Torah and not compromise concerning the instruction The God has given us. We must only do things His way ! We see from this that there are times when the guardians of the Torah have to stand up for what right NO MATTER WHAT. This teaching it seems the Rambam thought was so essential to transmit the Rambam broke himself his format of writing by including this story in the Mishna Torah.

 

The Prohibition of Bathing on Yom Kippur and SHABOT

On Yom Kippur washing one’s body is Forbidden, with some exceptions. The spirit of the day is to be marked by deprivation and refraining from physical pleasure. So the prohibition to bath on Yom Kipor is a prohibition against deriving PLEASURE FROM BATHING.

Bathing is permitted where no pleasure is received. The gemara (77b) informs us of the permissibility of washing hands which have been sullied on Yom kippor.

Rabbeinu Chananel permits washing of sullied hands and feet only; apparently, full body bathing is still forbidden. Even though pleasure is not the stated goal, an act of bathing still occurs and this represents a violation of the prohibition.

The Ittur rules that one may wash hands when waking up on the morning of Yom Kippur because of the mitzva of “netilat yadayim.” Similarly, the Shibolei Ha-leket (siman 319) rules that one may wash in the morning (interestingly enough, only AFTER relieving oneself). This permissibly is based upon the gemara (Yoma 88) which allows someone who is obligated to immerse himself (e.g., a nidda) to go to the mikva on Yom Kippur. Again, even if the prohibition is defined as a formal act of bathing, “netilat yadayim” in the morning and immersing in a mikva are CATEGORICALLY different than washing since they are performed under the rubric of SPECIFIC MITZVOT. Just as cleansing a dirty body is not considered bathing,

.  If a man urinated and used his hands or defecated and then cleaned himself, it is permitted to wash his hands since they are soiled. If someone is sensitive and can not concentrate until he washes his face with water, then it is permitted.

  If one is going to the house of study or to visit his father, Rabbi, or someone of greater stature than him in wisdom, or if required to do a Mitzvah then one is allowed to travel over a body of water until his neck both when arriving and returning.  This is only if one does not lift his garment over his arms and only if the waters are not turbulent.  Because if they were turbulent, then it is even forbidden to travel through them on a regular day because of the danger involved even if they only reached until his hips.

May one shower with hot water on Shabbat and Yom Tov?

Bathing is prohibited on Shabbat and Yom Tov regardless of whether a violation of Shabbat or Yom Tov laws took place.

The Talmud reports that washing specific parts of one’s body, such as one’s face and hands, were not included in the prohibition.

However, Ha-Rav Akiva Eiger provides a loophole. He contends that a person who is in pain may bathe on Shabbat even if he is not ill. Therefore, the decree did not apply to a person who would feel pain or anguish if he did not bathe. Such a person may use hot water with no violation of Shabbat (Glosses, Rav Akiva Eiger, Orach Chayyim 326:1).

On Shabbat, it is forbidden to heat water. Therefore, the use of hot water, even if it was heated before Shabbat, was prohibited in order to prevent heating water on Shabbat itself. However, on Yom Tov we may heat water for drinking or cooking purposes. In addition, there is a rule that states that when an item is permitted for purposes of food, it is also permitted for non-food purposes (mi-toch). By this logic, since one may heat water for a meal, it should also be permissible to heat water for a bath. It is still customary that many religious Jews who smoke do so on Yom Tov. Although smoking is certainly not the general custom, the rabbinic world does not protest against those who smoke on Yom Tov. The halachic position of the smokers is that it is necessary for them to smoke even on Yom Tov. This rationale should also apply to the people who bathe every day. It is necessary to feel clean (Shmirat Shabbat ke-Hilchata, Chapter 14:7, n. 21).

Also, it is permissible to heat water on Yom Tov in order to wash one’s head. Bathing may have been forbidden on Yom Tov because of the prohibition of sechita – wringing or squeezing – on that day.)

Therefore, a person who seeks to bathe with hot water on Yom Tov should be directed to shower, since showering appears to be somewhat different from the type of bathing covered by the original rabbinic decree.

The above discussion does not apply to a mikveh that is used for the performance of a mitzvah. The use of warm or hot mikva’ot is a separate issue.

http://www.shulchanarach.com/ch/Shulchan_Aruch_Chapter_613_to_615.html

Yom Kippur has five prayers. These prayers can elevate our consciousness to the word of truth, To “Tree of Life” consciousness.

Those five prayers elevate us, step by step, to the peak of Yom Kippur – the prayer called Neila.

Each prayer reveals a different level in the Tree of life to our souls:

Mariv – Sefirat Malkhut, Shaharit – Sefirat Zeir Anpin; Musaf – Sefirat Bina; Minhah – Sefirat Hokhma; Neila – Sefirat Keter.

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On Yom Kippor we make Viduy (Confession)

The word Viduy וידוי in Hebrew is as the Hebrew word “vadoy” meaning certainly. As by the true confession we are confirming to God at that moment we will make sure that our selfish behavior will not repeat itself. These bad deeds we are confessing to come will not happen again.

Azazel is S”M and the Nukvah of the luminous

“klippa” [shell], to whom the goat is given on Yom Kippor. The Samael and the evil Nukvah, the male and female of the evil side are called “ depths of the sea”. They are that which remains after the dross of the kings of Edom was purified called the “ shadow of death.”

 

It is said that Yom Kippor is “c” (like) purim as on Yom Kipporim no one is as themselves, but we all act on this day like angels. It like we have a costume on like on Purim. On Yom kippor we read from the book of Yonah to remind us the improperly placed “religious” piety (severity) should not block compassion.

Happy feasting fasting and feasting and Visions……………………………

 



BE BOLD IN HOLINESS and SEE WONDERS
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UPDATED July         3                            2018

                                           Pinchas-Zeal Bs”dT

    Pinchas the Kohen, receives God’s “Brit Shalom” (Covenant of Peace) by a act of extreme violence in our parsha. During the tragic incident of Bal Peor (A term for a place of Idol worship), the tribal leader of Shimon, Zimri, publicly engaged in sex with a Midyanite woman, Kozbi. Pinchas killed the two sinners, thereby bringing an end to the plague that God had unleashed upon the people because of their sinful behavior. Aaron was the supreme peace-maker  “loving peace and pursuing peace”. It might seem strange for a grandson of Aaron to resort to violence and get awarded the Brit Shalom” (Covenant of Peace) from the God. Peace is a supreme ideal, but not at any price.  Pinchas shows us sometime force is required to establish peace both below and above. .  Zimri, the tribal leader Shimon led the movement to permit relations with the women of Moav and Midyan and the worship of Bal Peor, and Pinchas’ act was essentially an assault on that movement.

   The story of Pinchas spans two Parsha, this show the importance of what we are talking about. The God by placing it in 2 parsha makes  sure it is to command our attention.  Pinchas is the guy who stands up to do what everyone else was afraid to. Pinchas is the kind of man that “takes care of Business”. One of the scariest things to do is to step out on a limb. Especially if you think it will break and lead to your falling and hurting yourself. But sometime things are not as they appear and one needs to do, what must be done. Pinchas is honored because he is willing to do the right thing even when others won’t act because they are afraid for what ever reason. Pinchas is the man who will do what may be the opposite of what we now call “Politically correct” because its the right thing to do. Pinchas took bold action. And for this he is rewarded.

There is another example in our parsha of people taking a big risk , going out on a limb for what is right.

   After the Pinchas incident we read of a census so to divide the land up. Moshe relays God’s words to the people regarding how the land will be divided. After this 5 daughters of Tzelachad step forward to challenge Moshe’s explanation of Gods inheritance laws concerning the land of Israel. And they won. God agreed with them and the rules of inheritance were established as they petitioned. Giving the sisters property ownership inheritance right thousands of years before, such “women’s rights” were known in any culture. The concept of women’s inheritance and land ownership was revolutionary in those times. Up until recently woman were not allowed to even drive in Saudi Arabia.

We also can learn a lesson here from the greatest of all prophets Moshe. One is never too great to learn something new from other people. As we see here even Moses, the greatest of all prophets, learns from both Pinchas and the five sisters.

The seven Heavenly Guests of the Succot  are Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph, and David in this order according to Kabbalah. Are also called the Seven Shepherds in the Zohar, each correspond to one of the Jewish holidays of the year – Pesach, Rosh Hashana, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, Succot, Shabbat, and Rosh Chodesh

 

It shall be for a sign and a witness to YHV’H TSVAO’T in the land of Egypt. They shall cry to YHV’H because of their troubles, and He shall send them one Who shall plead for Them and deliver them. YHV’H shall be known to Egypt and Egypt shall be know YHV’H on that day. They shall do Sacrifice and Meal offerings. They shall vow a vow to YHVH and perform it. YHV’H shall smite Egypt. He shall smite and heal. They shall return to YHV’H . He shall be entreated of them and shall heal them. In that day there shall be a highway out of Egypt to Assur (Iran) and Iran shall come to Egypt to worship, and Egypt to Iran and Egypt will worship with Iran ” (Isiah19:20-23). The Radak explains Egypt will recognize there is GOD alone after GOD sends them The Messiah to deliver them. After GOD smites Them He will heal them. The Radak explains Egypt will be innovators of Divine service among the nations. Although Egypt will be the first of the nations to accept the kingdom of Heaven, The people of Asur (Iran) will surpass them in their Zeal to worship GOD. One must always remember that even if GOD Always fulfils His good word. The way it will come about is left up to us. Therefore the Prophet Zechariah enjoins us to work hard as He says “Thus says YHV’H TSVAO’T let Your hands be strong you Who hear these words in these days. These words by the mouth of the Prophets. Who spoke on the day that the foundation of the house of YHV’H TSVAO’T was laid, saying that the Temple might be built.”. So work hard against the evil perpetrated by traitors in our midst as pinchas did !

In the Torah scroll the letter vav in the first sentence of parsha Pinchas, in the word shalom (shin-lamed-VAV-mem) is a broken “vav”. As the revelation of the “covenant of peace” is not revealed in a complete way yet. As we need healing of the “six” “lower” depths, 6 corners. The 6 lower sefirot. Which is represented by the “vav”.

The Rav Minachem MiPhano in Gilgulei Neshamos,  mentions Pinchas as a gilgul of Yosef, and how the zealousness of Pinchas in killing Kazbi and Zimri for their perversity achieved a tikkun for Yosef’s earlier slight deficiency. Kazbi was sent to seduce Moses, but she met Zimri first and though he was Moses. It was fitting for Pinchas since Pinchas’ mother was Tzipora’s sister to avenge the Midianites, who sold Yosef to Egypt and forgot also Yitro’s covenant with Moses and God. Yitro was from Midian as Kazbi. 

 

Minor inequities are purified by the river of fire before gehenom (Hell) called ”Dinar”, while more difficult transgressions require gehenom (hell). A Nashama (Soul)after leaving this world must fall to “Nahar Dinar”and Gehenom (Hell) before entering Gan Eden (the Garden of Eden). Those who while in this world strengthen themselves with the having bold zeal in things of Holiness. Those who when they fall in this world quickly work to rise to a higher level these will ascend from Gehenom (Hell) immediately. But those who blemished the quality of boldness through being bold in things of the otherside, or even worse detering people from serving GOD. These must remain in Gehenom. Through Holy boldness one merits “emuna”. Tishri is the time to develop Holy boldness. Holy boldness is achieved through joy. The shame faced are destined to Gan Aden, as Holy boldness stems from embarrassment, shame of distance from GOD. Sadeekem who don’t perform the mitzvot with proper ”tikun” (fixing), but do them with weak hands, without ”ratzon” (will) of the mitzvot (commandments) themselves. They journey to the Gan Aden below in Yetzera (world of the Ruach-Emotional soul). Where people are rewarded for their emotional ruach attachment to GOD. To get into the Gan Aden (the Garden of Eden) above requires a mitzvah to be done in great love and desire. Aroused by awareness of one’s Nashama (soul of Divine intellect). Because of the weakness of one’s mitzvot they are punished in Gehenom. By blemish in machut shamyim (Yolk of heaven) are punished those who trancend the will of GOD. They are punished mida (attribute) for mida. As Pharoe was punished so to reveal the Malchut (divine). This is the glory of machut shamyim. By this is purified the 7 emotional attributes. Yisreal fought Amalak in a place called “Rafadim” (weakness), referring to the weakness coldness in Yisrael’s hands as they do not fear Elokim, because they did the mitzvot in weakness. This is Amalak, the top level of tuma. Moshe raised his hands on high to overcome the hand of Amalak.1 It is proper for one to sanctify their body, all their limbs. All thoughts, words all they do. One must have zeal so to achieve purity as this will bring Holiness which will bring prophesy and this brings Eliyahu.2 Eliyahu is Pinchas as both were jealous for GOD.3 In our parsha its written “Behold, I give to him my covenant of peace. And he shall have it, and his seed after him, the covenant of an everlasting priesthood; because he was zealous for his God, and made an atonement for the people of Israel.” 

 

 

  Pinhas who is Elyahu is present at every”Brit Milah” because his zealousness stems from love of total self sacrifice!  The Brit Milah (circumcision) symbolizes our unique relationship as Jews to self sacrifice for God, God willing soon the Gilgul of Pinchas comes in his most complete form as Eliyahu HaNavi to end the biggest plague of all, the long and painful exile with the building of the Beis HaMikdash quickly in our days !



Like Angels
September 17, 2010, 10:46 am
Filed under: Yom Kippor

Its stated in the Talmud Bava Basra Yisrael had no festive days as great and joyous as Yom Kippor, when forgiveness and pardon for Transgression is Given.

The Sata’n has the numerical value of 364, corresponding to 364 days of the year that the Holy One allows him to put difficulties in a mans path. Only on one day is his power restricted, and that day is Yom Kipor.

Yom Kippor is the only day we can where a Talit at night as the other side cannot take energy from it then as on other nights of the year.

It is concerning that day that Rabbi Shimon bar Yochi says in the Holy Zohar that this day saves them from falling into the wrong hands, and being judged with rigor. So that all can come out innocent on the earth through his mercy. Which is like a Father to his children.

All depends on actions and words

It is also stated in the Zohar that when Yisrael are in exile if they pray all day on Yom Kippor then radiance of face and perfect Joy prevails. Yisrael enters into freedom on that day. Freedom and Joy reign manifestly.

Silver is the color of Atonement.

The Cohen Gadol’s sin offering is a bull. Only a small part is offered on the alter. This represents his Physical part. Most of the Cohen Gadol is beyond the physical. He also offers up a ram that is completely burnt on the alter. This corresponds to his complete devotion to God. If a Cohen Gadol was not on such a level he would die on this day. They would have to drag him by the rope out of the Holy of Hollies where he would fall dead. For the rest of the people who are full of many fundamental faults A goat is taken outside the temple completely, and killed. As the opposite of the Cohen Gadol their lives are mostly outside the Holy realm.

In the Temple no one wore shoes, all were barefoot. On Yom Kippor  You can come before the Holy One like one of the ministering Angels  in heaven Barefoot (at other times its forbidden to pray with out shoes without food or drink in peace !

Happy feasting fasting and feasting and Visions……………………………



Be prepared to recieve the Light and spread out Holiness
February 12, 2009, 9:49 am
Filed under: fire, Mount Sinia, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippor

Yitro                                                                                                         Bs”d

In devarim (deuteronomy) it is written “ Yhv”h is a consuming fire ”. In this parsha we see some evidence of this as when moshe was to go up to mount Sinai, Hashem had him tell the people not to touch the mountain, or go up upon it or gaze on Hashem. We even see here the people asking Moshe to receive the revelation of the torah for all Yisrael as they say “lest we die”

On Yom kippor a goat is given to the other side to appease and occupy it so that the accuser on high does not bring accusations against Yisrael thus allowing Yisrael to do well. The Torah also tells us that one should not go to extreme Holiness discarding all physical pleasures, at least for most people. We are told by our sages of blessed memory that one should always leave a little something to keep the evil inclination occupied and then it will leave them alone so they may succeed in their goal of serving Hashem with their heart and all their soul. For as like with any animal, the “yetzer hora” (evil inclination), the animal soul will if backed into a corner will attack. For this reason we are told to leave something to keep it occupied, as we ascend into Holiness. This does not mean that we should, Heaven forbid, intentionally sin. But it means that by engaging in worldly matters we keep the animal soul occupied enough so that we can cleave to Hashem, ever so close. This is much like we read in the Book of Job when the adversary appears before Hashem on Rosh Hashanah. The Zohar tells us that as a dog is thrown a bone, so Hashem threw Job to the adversary. By this preventing judgment from resting on Yisrael.

The point of this all being that one should always in all their ways cleave to Hashem, but one must be aware as the Holy One is truly a consuming fire. One must approach at the proper pace. Now is a time that the lights are “closed”. During exile revelation of the Shechina from “yichud” (unification) guards and dresses the Shechina in fire. “Hashem is a consuming fire”. One needs words of Torah that are like fire. As words of Torah are as fire that consumes all filth. The “Yetzer Hora” is also fire, but the Torah is the fire that consumes fire.[1] The sitra achra (other side) can’t stand up to consuming fire, it becomes silenced and nullified to He Who formed them as a spark on the coal.[2] Yhv”h spoke to you face to face “out of the midst of fire” which was sent forth by wind and water. The fire, wind and water all came from the shofar at Sinai. It contained them all.[3]

Before Rabbi Nachman of Bresslov went to Aretz Yisrael he went through a great preparation as is necessary for any ascent into Holiness. As it says in the parsa “Hashem took us out of Egypt on eagles wings”. So too we when doing mitzvot in order to attach to Hashem must do them with great inner devotion which is brought about by great preparation. The sages say this preparation gives our mitzvot wings. Wings that bring us ever closer to Hashem. Ultimately preparing ourselves for the ascent from our course physical existence, to a brighter light. The desires that we create while we are in this world are what we take with us when we leave. So may it be that we will all look closer at our parsha seeing His holy name in purity and become the “am segulah” (wondrous people), the particular nation precious to Hashem above all peoples as it says “a nation of priests”, a “Holy nation” Seeing the crown of His Kingship resting in His Kingship over all mankind with our righteous Mashiach, the Holy Temple and a New song quickly in our days.


[1] Alf bet p.172

[2] Shoshan Sodot

[3] Zohar Vietchanan p.261a



Like Angels
October 8, 2008, 11:15 am
Filed under: The Temple, Yom Kippor

Its stated in the Talmud Bava Basra Yisrael had no festive days as great and joyous as Yom Kippor, when forgiveness and pardon for Transgression is Given.

The Sata’n has the numerical value of 364, corresponding to 364 days of the year that the Holy One allows him to put difficulties in a mans path. Only on one day is his power restricted, and that day is Yom Kipor.

It is concerning that day that Rabbi Shimon bar Yochi says in the Holy Zohar that this day saves them from falling into the wrong hands, and being judged with rigor. So that all can come out innocent on the earth through his mercy. Which is like a Father to his children.

All depends on actions and words

It is also stated in the Zohar that when Yisrael are in exile if they pray all day on Yom Kippor then radiance of face and perfect Joy prevails. Yisrael enters into freedom on that day. Freedom and joy reign manifestly.

Silver is the color of Atonement.

The Cohen Gadol’s sin offering is a bull. Only a small part is offered on the alter. This represents his Physical part. Most of the Cohen Gadol is beyond the physical. He also offers up a ram that is completely burnt on the alter. This corresponds to his complete devotion to God. If a Cohen Gadol was not on such a level he would die on this day. They would have to drag him by the rope out of the Holy of Hollies where he would fall dead. For the rest of the people who are full of many fundamental faults A goat is taken outside the temple completely, and killed. As the opposite of the Cohen Gadol their lives are mostly outside the Holy realm.

In the Temple no one wore shoes, all were barefoot. On Yom Kippor You can come before the Holy One like one of the ministering Angels in heaven Barefoot (at other times its forbidden to pray with out shoes without food or drink in peace !

Happy feasting fasting and feasting and Visions……………………………



What do you want it to Be ?
October 6, 2008, 12:31 pm
Filed under: 10 days Teshuva, nesira, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippor

We are at Beginning the Zodiac anew


This is Libra the sign of the scales


What is in the balance,


Every thing


During Elul hopefully  you prepared your self to merit


On Rosh Hashanah you opened


and entered gates


opening new providence


forever


for this new year


What will be with you


what will be with all the nations of the world


what will be


Now we have 10 Days to purify refine


to push away evil


and draw good


10 days where detailed changes can be made


providence for this New year


Big cleansing is coming


on Yom Kipor


In the 10 days of Teshuva is made the “Nesira” (cutting)


Bina cuts the Klipa from Z’a