Sunday, September 16, 2012

This is the time for  forgiveness.  I forgive all who have wronged me in the past year as I ask for forgiveness from those that I have wronged or offended in any way.  Please realize that we are in a time where being nice to everyone and helping everyone is Hashem's way and are exactly the traits on which He judges us.  We want to be written up in the book of life for the coming year.  Avoid conflict and arguing.  Work together with your fellow Jew -- it is not just a nice thing to do, it is a necessity.  Don't disagree with anyone -- ask questions and discuss it in a civilized manor that you both can learn and understand each other.  Hashem is watching all of us and will decide our future based on our actions of the present.  This time from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur (even to Simchas Torah) requires a lot of soul searching, correcting and cooperating.  Give it your best effort -- it is your future that depends on it.  With what appears to be coming up in the near future, consider this Holiday time as the most critical one you have ever had.  Treat it with great fear as though your life depends on it, since it does.  L'Shanah Tovah


  1. If the attack on Persia is set, it will most likely happen between the 5th night of Sukkot and the 1st of Cheshvan for purely strategic reasons. If the attack uses the night as cover, the waning moon is the best time to attack. So we have at least until the 5th night of Sukkot for teshuvah. After that is anyone's guess.

    1. You may be very correct considering that Sukkot is the time for Gog U Magog traditionally. I still believe that a False Flag operation is in the making and I am seeing several things happening that could be the forerunner to one. As an example, the anti-Muslim movie that is causing so much protest and unrest around the globe. What a good excuse to start a war. Actually, when war starts and people are the most frightened is when teshuvah is at its highest. I believe Hashem has planned it that way including all the natural disasters that will occur. Remember their are no atheist in foxholes (nor storm cellars).

  2. I forgive you, and please forgive me and all your readers completely, also I ask all blogers and readers to forgive each and other. May Hashem forgive us completely and send His Mashiah Tsidkeinu beAhava this year. Amen!