This coming Shabbat is known as Shabbat HaGadol, the great Shabbat. Here in Israel, we feel the tension and excitement of a massive upheaval that's about to take place with world-shaking ramifications.
Rabbi Amnon Yitzchak shlit'a said a month ago that war would break out before Pesach. Will Israel attack Iran? Will Iran dare a preemptive strike? Can the USA be trusted?
Ask these questions to Rav Shalom Arush, and he'll smile patiently. None of these things concern us. In fact, they sidetrack us from what we should be doing – preparing for Shabbat HaGadol, doing teshuva and cleaning the garbage out of our souls as well as out of our houses, and preparing for Pesach.
Shabbat HaGadol is symbolic of dedication in performing a mitzvah and spiritual emancipation...
Also featured this week:
Rabbi Shalom Arush: New, Nissan, and Nachman
Rabbi Dovid Charlop: Cycles
Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum: Four Cups, Four Mothers
Rivka Levy: Elijah the Prophet
Dr. Zev Ballen: Longterm Challenge
Chaya Ovadia: Reserved Parking
Dovber Halevi: The Whatever Argument
Natalie Kovan: Keep it Simple
Natan Hayyim: Today's Miracles
Tomorrow night in Raanana: We'll be speaking tomorrow night at the Raanana Kollel at 8 PM - the shiur is open to the public, both men and women.
Have a great week!