Here in Jerusalem, we had a very quiet, restful Shabbat.
My oldest was down South, very close to where we used to live, with her Ulpana having a Shabbat away.
She didn’t have a restful Shabbat at all – there were sirens and booms all day, as the Iron Dome went into action trying to take some of the 200+ rockets down that Hamas has been firing from the Gaza strip today.
My other teenager is the one who told me what was going on, as she logged on straight after Shabbat, and she also told me that it’s amazing that there are so few casualties.
God is still watching over us….
But maybe, God is not a big fan of the Eurovision Song Contest, who knows.
In the meantime, I’m working on a couple of very big posts, both in terms of info and word count, which is why it’s been a little quiet on the site. There are massive things going on in the world, and as Rav Berland keeps telling us, “only tehillim can stop the tillim (rockets).
It’s no coincidence that the Rav told his community to recite more tehillim until Rosh Chodesh Iyar. As the rockets were falling in the South, me and the bloke were trying to finish another book of tehillim between us this morning – and we had no idea that the rockets had started up again.
More clear evidence of the Rav’s ruach hakodesh.
It’s heating up again, all over the world – so keep your book of tehillim close.