Rabbi Yehuda Zev Leibowitz of saintly and blessed memory was Rabbi Shalom Arush's teacher and spiritual guide. He was a holy tzaddik who concealed himself in layers of concealment. He was the only member of his family who survived the Holocaust, but he never married or had children because of the way the satanic Nazi Dr. Mengele mutilated him when he was only 12 years old. Rabbi Yehuda Zev was the head of the 36 hidden tzaddikim of his time. He adopted Rav Shalom like a son; to this day, Rav Shalom wears Rav Yehuda Zev's tefillin, which he inherited from his holy teacher.
Everything Rav Yehuda Zev predicted has come true. As far as his third prediction goes, I don't like to talk about it. It's scary, and no one strengthens emuna by being frightened. Yet, there are two ways to ward off hard times. One is to spread emuna. The other is to be especially careful in our relationships with fellow humans. For that reason, Rav Yehuda Zev's Will could save your life and the lives of your loved ones. Rav Shalom dictated it to me, and you acan see it in its entirety in this week's exciting issue of Breslev Israel web magazine.
Also featured this week:
Rabbi Lazer Brody - The Prince and the Protocol
Racheli Reckles - Holy Thanksgiving!
Dr. Zev Ballen - Kids of Compassion
Yehudit Channen - Doomsday Dating
Dovber Halevi - The Chosen Media
Ahava Margaretten - Glowing Like a Star
Pinney Wolman - The Language of Lyme's
Enjoy, and have a lovely new week and a wonderful new month of Kislev!