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Thursday, 27 October 2016

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Elena Kuchik

Amen!!! Please, Hashem, Mashiach now PITOM!

ziporah

Toda.

Yet again another beautiful one...


This last paragraph:


'Now I'm going to scream out my front door for my kids to get the heck inside this house right now, and then politely greet any neighbor who happens to pass by at the same time. '

i could imagine in my minds eye you at the door: Big frown, screaming, neighbour passing,,, big smile ... and wishing the neighbour, and then the neighbour looking at you, frowning, then picking up walking speed, to get away fast. :-)... from you...

Thank you Racheli..!!

You are a beautiful ray of sunshine.
Shabbat Shalom to you and yours.
Hashem bless you all.

ziporah

Shloime

And in ny and Miami also was pouring!

Reb Shulem

Rabbi Nachman says in Sefer HaMidot (Midat HaTeshuva): when a Baal(at) Teshuvah prays for Rain, Hashem forgives all of her/his sins.

This is just one of the amazing gifts Hashem gives to those who return. There is also a beautiful prayer in the Amidah (Shema Koleinu) in some Siddurim, which asks for Rains.

The Talmud highly praises the days on which Hashem sends rain, and, even goes so "far" to say that the day on which it rains is like Matan Torah and bigger than the resurrection of the dead.

Let it rain!

 Racheli

Reb Shulem, that is so fascinating! Hashem forgives all of a BT's sins when he prays for rain? I'll be praying for rain all day long, then! Please continue to share more of your insights! Shabbat Shalom!

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