Friday, February 27, 2015

By this time next week....

Please continue to daven for Shira's husband: Yakov Shaul Ben Necha Yehudis

Purim will be over:((((

The question is- will you be the same person as you were before Purim?

How can we make sure that we experience Purim in the way that it is meant to be experienced and deepen our relationship with Hashem as a result?

Reitza Sarah sent me this: 

R' Weinberger said ADAR = Elokim Dar

The word Adar can be broken into A/Dar -the Hebrew letter “alef” representing the oneness of G-d dwells (in Hebrew “dar”). 

G-d created the world “to make for Himself a dwelling place (dira) in the lower worlds. 

Adar represents the lowest of the worlds, but it is specifically here where G-d, the alef, longs to reveal His presence and to dwell. 

Since Nissan, the month of Pesach, is considered the first of the Jewish months (Shemot 12:2), Adar, being the culmination of the Jewish year, gives us the opportunity to tie all the loose, hanging ends, and turn all possibilities of frustration and depression into joy.

 there's an extra power in our tefilos and as Rabbi Wallerstein said: there's an ability to do teshuva on Purim, for things that you think you can't do teshuva on, things that one's gilgul may be here for...

Let's discuss on Motzai Shabbos, iyH.  10:00 pm, NY time-
AD DELO YADA....what does that really mean?...stay tuned

Good Shabbos!

foto of mask  - Pair of vector bright carnival masks with colorful feathers - JPG

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