Let's all remember me remind everyone that Hashem runs the world, and everything He does is for the very best. Whether or not there will be problems from Iran, Hamas, Hizbulla or anyone else is not given to our free choice; whether or not each of us does serious teshuva and strengthens his or her emuna is certainly given to our free choice. The Yetzer Hara, or evil inclination, wants us to worry about what's beyond our control, while at the same time neglect what's within our control. Ridiculous, eh? The EI will let you do anything, so long as it has nothing to do with teshuva and emuna.
Rebbe Nachman of Breslev taught us that the whole world is a very narrow bridge, but the main thing is not to be afraid. This classic saying was put to music by Rabbi Baruch Chait. All of Israel sings it; it takes a Rebbe Nachman of Breslev to unify all of Israel, religious and non-religious alike.
The words of the song are: Kol Haolam kulo, gesher tzar m'ode... Ve'haikar, lo lefached klal. Translated, "The whole world is a very narrow bridge; the main thing is not to be afraid at all." You'll see our dear friends Rabbis Danny Bergson and Mitch Goodman performing it. So here's a big beam smile wishing you a peaceful Shabbat and a joyous weekend.