Dreaming of Moshiach

Monday, July 28, 2008

Moshiach is at the Entrance...

Early morning yesterday, my husband told me that he wants to go to the Tzion of the revered Satmar Rebbe, the grand Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum, zt”l (1886-1979), zs'kl, author of Divrei Yoel, in Kiryat Yoel, Monroe.

He merited to pray Shacharit at the Ohel and afterwards said the whole Tehillim Sefer twice. He finished at around 7:45 pm and prayed Mincha and Arvit. It was during Arvit that he decided to say the Sefer Tehillim one more time but feeling very exhausted, he put his head down and fell asleep. Around 45 minutes later, he hears someone gently saying to him, "If you came here to sleep, where will you go to pray?" My husband woke up starled and looked up to see who was speaking to him but felt so exhausted, he put his head down again, only to fall asleep. 5 minutes later, he heard the same sweet voice, gently saying, "If you came here to sleep, where will you go to pray?" My husband woke up startled and saw that it was the mysterious Tzaddik Nistar speaking to him! My husband has been searching for him for months, the last time he saw him was over 4 months ago.

He quickly got up and apologized to the Tzaddik Nistar and tried explaining that he fell asleep from total exhaustion. The Tzaddik gently explained the severity of sleeping in a Tzion of the Tzaddik and said that many Lubavitchers, when they pray by the Ohel of the revered Lubavitch Rebbe, zs'lk, they first remove their shoes prior to stepping inside the holy Ohel. The Tzaddik gave my husband a small Sefer and told him that by saying the entire sefer, this his Tikun for sleeping in such a holy place.

The Sefer was an ancient Zohar HaKadosh in Aramaic and it took my husband four hours to complete it. When my husband returned the Sefer to the Tzaddik, the Tzaddik agreed to speak to him and revealed a few things.

* All Jews in the Diaspora should begin preparing returning to Eretz Israel - the latest possible date to return to Israel is Rosh Chodesh Sivan, 5769. Those that will not return by that date, will "miss the boat."

* Every Jew should make an effort to purchase land in Eretz Israel, even the smallest piece of land.

* Men should set times to learn Torah because only the quantity of hours that a person learns Torah is accounted for in Shamayim. If a person learns 45 minutes of Torah a day, by the end of the week, Shamayim considered his living time only 2 and half hours. In other words, Shamayim (Heaven), counts only the 'living time' when a person learns Torah. The rest of the time when a person is without Torah is called in Shamayim "non-living".

* Women do not have the obligation of learning Torah. A woman's main obligations are the three Mitzvot of CHaNA: Laws of separating Challa; Family Purity; and lighting Shabbat and Holiday candles. Besides all the rewards women receives for preparing for Shabbat, the shopping, cleaning, cooking, washing dishes, feeding the family, etc. women receive full credit of the 25 hours of Shabbat as if she's learning Torah.

This is the reason why the Geula always came thru women: Rochel Imenu, Yocheved, Miriam HaNevia, Rut, Devorah HaNevia, Esther HaMalka, a'h, etc.
בזכות נשים צדקניות נגאלו ישראל ממצרים ואין הדורות נגאלים אלא בזכות נשים צדקניות שבדור The final redemption will also come in the merit of holy women.

BUT, if a woman holds back her husband from learning Torah for any reason, pipes of abundance will not shower on her and she'll be punished for withholding her husband from learning Torah.

* A person should regulate himself to say "HaShem, I love You". Every person has judgment on him and by saying "HaShem, I love You," it sweetens the judgment.

* Moshiach is standing at the entrance, ready to redeem Am Israel.




והיה השם למלך על כל הארץ, ביום ההוא יהיה השם אחד - ושמו אחד ישתבח שמו לעד לנצח נצחים בכל העולמות Blessed is His name for eternity in all worlds אין עוד מלבדו