Rav Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg, zatza'l
Sandpiper

Adraba

"Adraba" is a segment of a prayer written by the holy Rebbe Elimelech of Lizensk, of saintly and blessed memory. We pray to see our neighbor's good points and not his faults. This is a song of "Ahavat Yisrael," one of the most important mitzvoth in the Torah.

Hezy Levy is known as Israel's troubadour - his voice surpasses a nightingale's. As a Levite, G-d willing he'll soon be singing in the rebuilt Holy Temple. The clip is filmed near his home in the Sharon Valley east of Natanya. Enjoy it.

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Puah yiska

Good message, thnx so much.
Israel: I want to walk through that field in that grass that dances like waves, iyh, still praying for that opportunity.
Thnx again :)

Puah yiska

Addendum to my previous post:
I reviewed video and didn't see any dancing grass, wishful thinking.
Message still good. I am happy for people who can reach this level. I still get jealous of people who see no faults. I think it's because I'm still not 100% sure Hashem wants me and I am not sure what it looks like to trust him 100% of the time.
All I know for sure at this time is that everything we go through has a lesson in it. The important piece to have in mind is that the lesson doesn't always feel happy, happy while we are being taught it.
Oh I have so much to write about but this is not my blog so I'll keep it brief and conclude with a Thnku to lazer beams for the opportunity to comment.

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