My good friend Anonymous asked an excellent question that I thought I would share with my readers. First his or her question (I don’t know whether this is from AnonyMister or AnonyMs):
Anonymous June 21, 2016 at 6:30 PM
So why don’t the established Rabbonim Rabbinic organizations talk and announce and spread info about this great & important matter?My Answer:
Very few are aware of what is going on. I live in a town in Israel where there are very prominent, scholarly Rabbis. There is no TV allowed in this town, even though TV is mostly lies anyway, there is very limited radio reception, and computers are mostly for business, not surfing. About 90% of the information on computers (my guestimation) is nonsense, personal opinion and has little to do with the real world. Even the news is so slanted, full of sensationalism and rarely correct. They are in the business of making money, not worrying about whether we are informed. Any Rabbi that I have asked about Nibiru almost always asks: What is that?
What is even more interesting is that the Rabbis who know the most, such as who the Moshiach is and when he will be crowned, are held to secrecy -- it is not allowed to be disclosed.
It is brought down that in the end of days Torah scholars will be disliked, discredited, scorned and not believed. That is very prevalent, and I see it every day.
Most people on planet Earth are living in this upside-down fantasy world of lies and deceit and don't have a clue of the Absolute Truth (the word of Hashem). When Rabbis say very profound statements about the world, the world says nasty things about the Rabbis, and distorts their messages.
Rabbis, spreading the truth, cause more harm than good, since the information is often distorted and becomes non-productive (helping very few).
Hashem is feeding us much information through various sources. Hashem wants us to do the right thing, the repentance, prayer, charity, study Torah, the commandments, help each other, etc. Rabbis only need to promote Hashem's will and not lose credibility by putting out information just because we are so curious. We should live everyday as though it is our last day on Earth and do the best we can to accomplish Hashem’s requirements. That is what sets us up for a good future, not satisfying our curiosity. Rabbis know that and should only have the job of teaching us Torah, and getting us to follow Hashem completely.
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