Monday, January 11, 2016

If I Could Just See a Miracle, I Would Become a Believer!

Watch this video that answers a comment that I have received for decades:
If you have a problem viewing this video, go to YouTube to watch it: 

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  1. Rav Menahem, What a wonderful video! Thanks for the advance response in the end about the fossils which was sure to come up. Personally, I see less and less conflict between science and Torah. As a matter of fact, the more I studied science the more in awe I was at the harmony of the universe. All thanks to Hashem's grace. Gradually I became a Baal Shuva and continue to learn and hopefully improve. With Gratitude, Ms. AP. PS: Please increase the volume when you record new videos...i put my volume up (Android) to max and could hear with some difficulty. :)

  2. The more I open my eyes to my own experience, I have not only seen, but benefited from, many miracles (incredible siyata d'shmaya, to put it another way), from a young age until today. Yet, I could describe each and every one of them, in minute detail, including what I perceived as the miraculous elements, and not one in a thousand would see what I saw.

    Each of us is a world unto himself. As it says in the Talmud. He saves one life has saved an entire world. Our tiny dalet amos around us is the extent of what most of us will experience in our lifetimes. It's only mundane for those who need spiritual glasses.