Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Time is Up, Here are Your Last Instructions!!!

Please, watch the two videos.  They are answers to comments and Emails that I have received, but are much more for every one of my readers.  Enjoy:
If you have a problem viewing these videos, go to YouTube to watch them (they are together as one on YouTube):

Please don't take this lightly; it is your entire eternity at stake, and the eternities of your loved ones!!!!!!!!


  1. Awesome video. Much Thanks for The Absolute Truth too. I will keep plowing ahead and improving my observance. Yes, I only have myself to blame for not observing the laws in a more careful way as i learn about them. Hashem has been patient, generous and merciful despite some difficult tests i had to endure. I recently realized that these tests were placed on my path for the sole purpose of getting to know him. Regretfully, my teens still resist observing mitzvahs and i can only hope that soon, when our Golden Geulah arrives, my family and i will not be judged too harshly. Rav Menachem you are so kind to share your wisdom with us. We are inspired to try harder and not despair. Ms.AP

    1. Thank you for your kind words, but Hashem made me do it. I am the optimist who believes the internet was created as a tool of helping the righteous, at the same time hurting the wicked. Everything in this world is measure for measure. Everything that is posted that is according to Hashem's ways brings the poster closer to Hashem; likewise, everything that is contrary to Hashem's ways brings the poster closer to Gehinnom. It is not something to be messed with now in the end of days, since everyone's eternity depends on it.

      So far as teenagers, I could write another book. Short story. My 18 year old son (at the time, he is in his 40s now) was not too sure. I took him on an Ohr Somayach legacy weekend. He saw all the bocherim having such a delightful time and compared it to his bear drinking, drug taking, girl chasing buddies. At the Melava Malka on Motzei Shabbos my son said to me "I want to be like them." He never took of his Kippah after that weekend. In other words, Hashem set my son up, and the rest is a very pleasant history.