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The last few days, I’ve been rushed off my feet moving house.

Baruch Hashem, God found us a gem of a rental very close to the Old City, and for only a little bit more than we were paying for the mold-infested place we ended up renting for two years in Baka, after my attempted house purchase went very, very wrong.

What can I tell you?

This is the first house I’ve ever lived in, that I can actually see myself staying in for a very long time… The fact that we’re just renting it, and not buying it, is admittedly a small obstacle to that, but to paraphrase an Uman song, God already brought us this far, and He can for sure take us all the way to that outcome, too.

If He wants to.

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And in the week I’ve been offline….

So much is going on, isn’t it?

We are heading into na’hafochu land, where the upside-down world is about to get tipped on its head, and that blanket that we were warned about a long time ago is getting shaken around a million miles an hour.

One minute we’re up, the next minute, we’re down. One minute it’s all great, fine, wonderful, and the next minute we can be sobbing our hearts out, and feeling like the world really is mamash about to end.

I’ve been whipped around from one emotional to extreme to another non-stop the last few weeks.

But the strange thing is that the very same day that ‘everyone else’ started really panicking about Corona Virus, and economic meltdowns, and war with Gaza, and a million other things…. I woke up feeling better than I’ve felt for a very long time.

True, that was also the day I moved house, and it definitely could be connected.

But also true, that I tend to pick up the energetic ‘vibe’, whatever God is sending down to the planet, 2-3 weeks before everyone else starts to feel it.

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I’ve been feeling pretty bad, since November.

And now, I’m feeling calm and quietly optimistic that the best is yet to come, and that there are going to be some magnificent spiritual surprises in store for Am Yisrael, and those who have been doing their best to hang on to their neshamas in the face of tremendous tests and challenges.

It’s going to come good.

I feel it in my bones.

And I also read a very interesting Likutey Moharan that I thinks links Azamra, or seeing the good in our fellow Jew, with the Corona Virus….

More on that soon, BH, once I’ve unpacked a little more, and have a bit more headspace.

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So hang on, dear reader. Rav Berland told us a long time ago that the lies would have to intensify to the point where none of us have any idea what is really ‘true’ and what is really ‘false’ anymore, before Moshiach will be revealed.

Judging by what’s playing out currently – and all the confusion we’re all feeling in every part of our lives, both public and private – I think we must be very close to that happening.

And that’s when things really start to get exciting.

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While I’m here, I just wanted to send ‘Nachum’ – the fake name, of someone who used a fake email to send me two obnoxious comments about what’s going on with Rabbi Berland, a quick message:

You are a nob.

I tried sending it to his email, but it was fake….

Gotta love that willingness to bravely stand up for your viewpoint, ‘Nachum’. What an awesome warrior for truth and justice you must be. I’m sure you’re making your mum very proud of you. Oh, and maybe up your meds? Just a thought.

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POSTSCRIPT:

After I wrote that small rant, I went and checked up the IP address of ‘Nachum’ – yes I can do that legally – and guess what I learned?

The comments were sent from an email registered to someone called ‘Namad’ in Jerusalem. Namad is an Arab name… (and the print out I got includes their real email and their mobile phone number. See? I can also act like a psycho when I want to.)

And so, the plot thickens. I’m starting to wonder just how many of the psychos out there commenting in all sorts of poisonous ways about Jews are actually not Jews at all, but anti-Semites trying to muddy the waters even more…

It makes you think, doesn’t it?

How many non-Jews have been stirring things up between Jews online by pretending to be kosher ‘Nachum’ from Jerusalem?

I have a feeling all this is going to start getting revealed in some very interesting ways, very soon.

TBC

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7 replies
  1. Michal rus
    Michal rus says:

    Meshaneh makom, meshaneh mazal
    Welcome time your new home! May Hashem bentch you that your mazal be flowing with simcha shalom yeshuos good health and may you welcome Moshiach already in your first says in your new house!
    I’m so happy you are safe and doing well and I’m looking forward beH to learning more from you and soon soon singing and dancing together by the geula shelema brachamim rabim ! Chodesh tov umevorach 😁😄😃😀

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  2. Rivka Levy
    Rivka Levy says:

    Thanks for all the kind words, and sorry for the delayed response. My head is still spinning a little, from a really busy week.

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  3. sarahprais
    sarahprais says:

    Hope that you are happy in your new home! How is the garden? Am sure it is green around there at the moment. Hope the house and garden give you and your family peace and strength!

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