Monday, November 16, 2015

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Urgent message to Am Yisrael

Many great Tzaddikim are telling us that we are in very dangerous times right now. All the 70 nations are preparing to come on the attack against Hashem and against His people. They are feeling that the end of the world as they know it is about to come (that is, the end of the world of greed, money, evil desires, jealousy, honor and so on...) They do not realize that after all that ends, we will be left with a beautiful clean world of holiness and kindness. Since they feel that their whole world as they know it is about to disappear, they are preparing to come on the attack to fight against the ones who are responsible for that, the Jewish People.

We must all make efforts to strengthen ourselves in holiness at this time, since we have seen explicitly in last weeks Torah portion (Balak) that the only way that the evil sorcerers Bilam and Balak had any effect on us was when they succeeded in tempting us to idolatry through the lure of the Midianite women. In fact the main attack of the 70 nations is against the Kedusha (holiness) of Am Yisrael, since it is primarily this which is what separates us from the Nations.

Therefore, we must especially strengthen ourselves in this area. The Chafetz Chaim in his perush on the Nach writes that the war of Gog and Magog happens first on the spiritual plane where we are choosing to strengthen ourselves in holiness or we are falling to all the temptations and unholiness of the nations. Only after that berur (sifting) is complete, will the actual war happen in the physical world where the ones who chose unholiness will disappear and the survivors will go on to the world of the Geula and the Moshiach. He also writes that the survivors will be very few... (all this I read quoted from the Chafetz Chaim in a sefer called Vehaer Eineinu which gives guidance and encouragement in the matter of Guarding the Eyes from looking at improper things).

And for women especially, the holy women of whom we are told by Chazal that in their merit will the final redemption come. Women must be especially careful to stay away from the clothing and styles of the nations. All this only brings you down and it also brings down all those around you. We are told that when there is ervat davar (pritzut) the Shechina leaves our midst and we loose Hashem's Divine protection. Now more than ever do we need Hashem's protection. Also, when the women are immodest, they open the doors for all sorts of terrible things to happen in Am Yisrael - G-d forbid. Let us all try to strengthen ourselves in this matter.

Please take a good look at what you are wearing in the mirror and ask yourself: Am I revealing too much? Is what I am wearing being worn for the sake of bringing glory to Hashem? Is this the way a princess would go out into the street? Is it proper for a married woman like myself to go out looking like this knowing that I will attract the attention of other men? Is the shape of my body being revealed? Isn't that considered bold and immodest, shouldn't I be trying to conceal the shape of my body? Why am I wearing Leopard print on my clothing - doesn't the Torah attribute azut (brazenness and boldness) to the Leopard, do I really want to wear the print of a bold and brazen animal on my body?

Please, do it for yourselves, for your husband and children, and for all of Am Yisrael. Separate yourselves from all the Tumah of the Nations, and come back to be Hashem's beloved and precious daughters whom He takes great pride in.

One last great advice of many Tzaddikim is to begin reading Zohar today! Even if you do not understand, even if you mispronounce the words, just start for 1, 2 or 3 minutes a day. The Zohar is the Tevat Noach that we can use to save ourselves from this flood that is coming to the world. It also can bring the Final Redemption with mercy and has the power to cancel all harsh decrees on Am Yisrael. It will help you wake up in this darkness and see the way to achieve Holiness. Men, women, boys and girls can all read from the holy Zohar.

All the best, Yehoshua

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Women Listen - final berur (sifting out)

We are very near the end, the final berur (sifting out) is happening.Only the Kedoshim (holy ones) will remain to see the Moshiach and the Beit Hamikdash. With the summer approaching, the women have begun worshipping the 'sun gods' again by taking off their clothing and revealing themselves in public. Unfortunately, many good Jewish women have fallen captive into the influences of the 70 Nations and are also copying their way of dress and immodest behavior. All our True Tzaddikim and the Torah and our Prophets have been crying out to us that the way of Am Yisrael is to be holy. Holiness as defined by Chazal is only to be found where there are barriers to ervah (immodesty). Unfortunately, we have fallen very far away from this ideal. You can't even step foot out in the street in even the most religious neighborhoods without being hit in the face with a complete display of ervah (immodesty). The concept of covering the legs has almost completely disappeared and the tightness of the clothing reveals everything else! Hashem hates this! It is a disgrace to His holy nation. At least if you want to be brazen and uncovered like an animal, do it in the privacy of your own home, but when you go outside like that, you are burning up souls. How can you expect to have a carefree life while you are wrecking other peoples lives and children who are almost forced to have to see your nakedness in the streets. Do not think that this world is a free for all. There is a G-d and there is reward and punishment! Do you really think that short tight and stretchy clothing which reveals the shape of your body is modest!? Do you think that you will be granted entrance into the ezrat nashim of the Beit Hamikdash in your red high healed leather click clock shoes and your tight and stretchy skirt and top which displays every centimeter of your body (even the type of underwear you have on). Do you think you will be allowed to greet the Moshiach and the Imahot (Sara, Rivka, Rachel and Leah) with your long flowing custom wig and perfume on? I am sorry to be so graphic, but it is obvious that so many are so lost, so it seems necessary to be explicit. Do you really need some Posek or Rabbi to tell you this? Is it not obvious enough to anyone with a head or heart. We have reached a state where a true G-d fearing man cannot even step outside anymore. There are 'terrorists' after his soul lurching all over the streets. Do you wonder why there are so many deaths, diseases and accidents in Am Yisrael (lo aleinu)? Don't be shocked, to find out in the World of Truth that it was YOU who caused it all!! When there is ervat davar (lewdness), the Shechina runs away. Without the Shechina, there is no protection. In the world of truth, the immoral and immodest women will find out that they are the real terrorists and murderers of am Yisrael (see Isaiah end of ch. 3). I am sorry to be so harsh, but wouldn't you rather know this now - when you still have a chance to make teshuva! Later it will be too late! Clothing that is tight and stretchy and reveals the shape of the body is not considered clothing!!! You are all walking around naked and nobody even cares. There are two main etzot to help. 1: READ ZOHAR EVERYDAY (Even Women and Children) Rebbe Shimon put all the remedies for our soul into the holy words of the Zohar. It is promised that with the reading and learning of Zohar, the Geula will come with mercy - that is, we will be zoche to make teshuva and break free of the grasp of the Yetzer Hara and all the phony Rabbis and leaders who are from the Erev Rav. They are only concerned with their own gain - be it money or honor, and they could care less about you or your soul or your Olam Haba. There are many many sources that say that most of the Rabbanim and leaders that will be in the end of days will be from the Erev Rav (Later Prophets, Zohar, Baal Shem Tov and talmidim). One true test that can help you know if the Rabbi is from the Erev Rav is this. If he makes you feel like you really want to make teshuva and strengthen your service of Hashem, and learn more Torah and make more Tefilla, good chance he is from the side of holiness. If he speaks against modesty, against learning Zohar, if he tells you all the meat is kosher and there is nothing to be concerned about, if he makes you feel that you are better than others and makes you feel more arrogant then he is most probably from the Erev Rav who is out to try and destroy your soul. Run from him like you would from fire! 2: STOP EATING MEAT There are only a few small private shechitot that produce kosher meat these days. Almost all the meat of today is treifot and neveilot. Apart from that there are huge amounts of forgeries that come from the Arabs and other sources. Proof is, you are all acting like animals in the street. Animals walk around unclothed, and they do not feel ashamed, and so do you. And if you ask - well that's just the women, what about the men? The truth is, many men are also wearing very tight and fitted immodest clothing that come from the 70 Nations. Many men nowadays wear pants that are tighter than a pair of women's tights and they do not even feel an ounce of shame in it. And in the mikvaot - G-d help us how so many just walk around naked with no shame. They have towels, but they do not know how to use them.The treif meat you are all eating (even the ones with the best hechsherim) are causing timtum halev, and you are not even able to see this. You are walking around oblivious to it all! The Holy Zohar tells us that at the time of the flood of Noach, the streets were full of niuf, there were people mating at will with anyone they wanted, even the animals were mating with different species. That is why the earth spewed out boiling water, to boil them to their deaths - mida kneged middah - to punish them for heating themselves up and spilling seed in vain! This is very close to what our streets look like right now. We are nothing more than animals walking bare down the streets with our bodies on display for all to see and desire. Save yourselves, cover yourselves! Remember, it was in the merit of the holy women that we were redeemed from Mitzrayim, and it will be in the women's merit that we will soon be redeemed again. If you think that it is too hard to go against the whole world, well, you also must remember, in measure with the difficulty so too is the reward. We are not talking about a small reward either. Dear holy women, the redemption of our whole nation depends on you and your modesty. One of you is worth a thousand. When a women decides to dress in the way of our mothers, to dress in true modesty, she is counteracting thousands of others who go out in brazenness and immodesty. May Hashem be with you and give you strength and courage to stand up to the world and cause great mercy and protection to come down to us all, and may we all be zoche to see the geula sheleima and third and final Beit Hamikdash with our holy Moshiach, very soon- Amen. WRITTEN BY Yehoshua Goldstein
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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Teaching Torah to Gentiles

Reader: Over the last few months one of the members of the Young Israel I go to has been having a gentle over for Shabbos, every Shabbos. He is most definitely not Jewish. He sits in on Torah classes, so I have been saying something to the Rabbis that are there. They have told me it is ok if he sits in on a class that is already going. Personally I'm against this idea. Can you offer any words on this subject?

Mesora: Based on Talmud Sanhedrin 59a (top of page) and Maimonides' Laws of Kings (Chap. 10, Law 9) a Gentile may not learn Torah except for his 7 Noachide laws, punishable by death. It follows that a Jew may not teach him other than these laws. I don't see how attending a class was permitted for this Gentile, although the teacher need not stop if the Gentile attends after it starts. I would tell the Gentile he may no longer attend, unless the classes are specifically on the 7 Noachide Laws.

It should be understood why the punishment is so severe, if a gentile learns Torah other than what applies to his seven Noachide Laws. By doing so, the Gentile then blurs the lines of who is a “Torah Authority”, and this done en masse, will destroy Torah, as other Gentiles not fit to teach, will proliferate ignorant rulings. Only by the Rabbi/student system discussed in the JewishTimes these past two week, is the Torah insured from falling into the hands of those without proper training.

It may be very possible that a Gentile has the same intelligence as a Rabbi. Judaism does not make false claims such as “we are more intelligent than others”, as I have unfortunately heard from ignorant fellow Jews. There is no difference between a Jewish mind and a Gentile mind. However, a Gentile is not bound to fulfill the 613 Commands. As such, the level of meticulous Torah study and adherence will probably not be found among Gentiles who study Torah for its theoretic beauty alone.

Perhaps it is the Jews’ obligation, which engenders the proper attitude essential for the highest level of Torah study, and thus, Torah leadership. This secures for Jews alone the right to study and disseminate Torah. I would note that many converts became some of Judaism’s greatest teachers. However, to teach Judaism, one must be one of those people who inherited Torah, through “obligatory” Torah study – and this is only the Jew or the convert.

I will suggest this solution, which I hope your Rabbi agrees with and puts into action: suggest to your Rabbi that he teach Torah and Talmudic portions that apply to the 7 Noachide laws. This alone can keep someone busy in Torah study for many years. In this manner, the Gentile may continue to learn of G-d’s Torah with you. You will both be studying matters that apply equally to Jew and Gentile.

Shiur #21 in Rav Aharon Kahn’s Hashkafah Series Based on Mishlei with Biur HaGra.

Content Description: The ills of “poskining” when not fit to do so. The ills of “poskining” from later sources without knowing the fundamentals recorded in the Talmud. The prohibition of teaching Torah to a gentile.

Citations: Teshuvos Rivash (siman 44), found in the source packet on page 1, and Teshuvos Yabia Omer (1st chelek, Orach Chaim, Divrei Psichah) found in the source packet on pages 1-2, and Gemara Chagigah 13a with Tosfos and Maharsha, found in the source packet on page 2.

Shiur #22 in Rav Aharon Kahn’s Hashkafah Series Based on Mishlei with Biur HaGra.

Content Description: Teaching Torah to gentiles. Analysis of commentaries on gemara Chagigah 13a, which focus on the pasuk brought to support the prohibition of teaching Torah to gentiles. Who ‘owns’ the Torah? Do I have a partial, but individual ownership? Or do I individually own nothing of Torah, but rather, as a part of Klal Yisroel, it is group-owned? An understanding of the word: “morasha”–nuances of ‘yerushas kehillas Yaakov’ in contrast to ‘morasha kehillas Yaakov.’

Citations: Gemara Chagigah 13a with Tosfos, found in the source packets on page 1, and Turei Even on that Tosfos, found in the source packets on pages 1-3, and Sfas Emes (Chagigah 13a) found in the source packets on page 3.

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