We have to remember our miracles amongst the darkness and smile!

Inspiration for 2014! Thank G-d we live on…<- #Holocaust remembrance day!

We have to keep smiling even during Adar and Parshas Zachor (zachor means to remember what our enemies did to us etc…) . This is the full episode in several parts. It testifies to what went on at the infamous death camp from his time there from 1944-1945. Note to holocaust deniers, I will delete your posts if you post here, so be warned, and be educated!

More inspiration from Oprah !

Real wake up to live our lives we have to the full , appreciate every minute of life! thanks again oprah and friends

We Remember, this week Parshos Zachor = we remember , know our enemy ~!

Inspiration on 27th Jan. 2014! Wow to life!

This is for my wife and life! Whose birthday we share and long life together this week on Moshe Rabbenu’s bithday and yahrzeit! We Remember and live on in their merit!

One of the mitzvot of Purim, which we will celebrate this coming Wednesday night and Thursday, is the reading of “Megilat Esther,” the Scroll of Esther. It is the only one of the 24 books of the Bible in which G-d’s Name does not appear.The name Esther also alludes to the concealment of G-d’s presence in the world, from the root word meaning “to hide.” The miracle of Purim came about in a seemingly “natural” manner, as opposed to an open and obvious miracle. The miraculous salvation brought about by Mordechai and Esther was “hidden” within a series of plausible events.Even the name of the holiday, Purim, denotes concealment, from the fact that it is a Persian word rather than a word in the Holy Tongue. (Chasidic philosophy explains that the Hebrew name of an entity is the direct channel of its G-dly’s vitality.)By contrast, the word “Megila” comes from the Hebrew root meaning revelation.The holiday of Purim thus represents a contradiction: on the one hand concealment, on the other, G-dly revelation.The contradiction is resolved, however, when we approach the Megila with the proper mindset, with the realization that even G-d’s “concealments” are “revelations,” originating in the same Source. G-d’s Essence is found in even the lowest levels of creation, and transcends the natural order. This concept will find its culmi-nation in the Messianic era, when “the night will illuminate as day,” and the G-dliness that underlies all of creation will be openly revealed.The Rebbe has prophesized that Moshiach is about to come, and that “the time for your Redemption has arrived.” The Hebrew word for “arrived” is related to the word “touch.” Not only have we reached the era of Redemption, but we can also “touch” it as well. In the same way that Esther’s “touch” of the royal scepter eventually brought about the salvation of the Jewish people, so too are we assured that our initial “touch” will likewise draw us nearer, speedily in our days, to the full and Final Redemption with Moshiach. Moshiach NOW!!!
amen thanks Tiferes Travel (the best way) think you will enjoy this rabbi

www.rabbisitorsky.com

Rabbi Sitorsky’s weekly shiurim on the parsha are an eclectic and inspiring blend of rabbinic and kabbalistic influences.

Today, less than 250,000 survivors are living in Israel, less than 30,000 of whom live in the area of Jaffa and South Tel Aviv. The Jaffa Institute distributes food packages to 120 Holocaust survivors on a bimonthly basis and 250 survivors during the Holiday times.

During our Holocaust to Hope Campaign, our goal is to raise $5,600 in order to provide 10 packages per week for a total of eight weeks to the survivors that we serve. The campaign will begin on Holocaust Remembrance Day, as the international community recalls the horrors and the bondage of the Holocaust, and it will come to a close eight weeks later on Passover, as the Jewish community celebrates its liberation from oppression-both biblical and modern day.

elliott tucker artwork

Join us in not only remembering the victims, but also in celebrating the strength and perseverance of a minority who we must continue to support both because of the tragedies of their past, and because of their struggles in the present.

Thank you for your support! Support this great cause and share the word Holocaust to Hope with JIM = Jaffa Institute & Midnightrabbi eli goldsmith mention eli in donations thanks ! Thanks to Elliott Leigh Tucker i made this artwork for international holocaust remembrance day, what do you think?

Donate here <-  Donations  (A) – anonymous donation (name hidden from general public) or mention eli! 

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3 thoughts on “We have to remember our miracles amongst the darkness and smile!

  1. The Holocaust is something that inspires us all to live with complete appreciation Midnightrabbi inspires … we-have-to-remember-our-miracles-amongst-the-darkness-and-smile/

    Published on Feb 18, 2013
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    Lyrics:
    Ari Lesser
    2/17/13

    This song goes out to Ahmadinejad
    The Jews don’t fear you, we fear God
    We don’t give damn, about your evil plans
    Cause no man can stand up against God’s hand
    Not first to curse us, won’t be the last
    And if I were you a would learn from the past
    Many came before you to do us wrong
    But they’re all long gone and we still stand strong

    In ancient Iran lived I man named Haman
    Who rose in the capital of Shushan
    When he walked down the street every man he would meet
    Was commanded to bow to the ground at his feet
    But there was one guy, named Mordechai
    A Jew who served only God Most High
    Day after day, he refused to obey
    So Haman decided to make him pay
    But it wasn’t enough just to kill one man
    Instead he devised a grand master plan
    And persuaded the king to kill every Jew
    From the land Cush all the way Hodu
    Drew random lots to determine the date
    Put our people’s lives in the hands of fate
    And it fell on the thirteenth day of Adar
    They would slay every Jew both near and far
    When we heard the news we wept and fasted
    Sackcloth and ashes spread through the masses
    We humbled our hearts all of Yisrael
    Prayed that the wicked Haman would fail

    This song goes out to Ahmadinejad
    The Jews don’t fear you, we fear God
    We don’t give damn, about your evil plans
    Cause no man can stand up against God’s hand
    Not first to curse us, won’t be the last
    And if I were you a would learn from the past
    Many came before you to do us wrong
    But they’re all long gone and we still stand strong

    Haman just could not wait for the date
    That the Jewish people would meet their fate
    Cause every day he saw Mordechai at the gate
    And his heart was filled with so much hate
    When he complained to his friends and his wife
    They told Haman, “Just take that Jew’s life”
    So he built a gallows fifty amos high
    And tried to have the king, hang Mordechai
    But the queen secretly turned out to be
    A girl from a nice Jewish family
    So she came in to the king, told him
    That someone was trying to wipe out her kin
    Enraged anyone would threaten the life
    Of those close to the queen he chose as a wife
    The king asked her, “Who’s behind this plan?”
    She said, “This wicked Haman is the man!”
    He trembled in terror he lost control
    He begged queen Esther to spare his soul
    But the king decided Haman must die
    On the gallows that he had made for Mordechai

    This song goes out to Ahmadinejad
    The Jews don’t fear you, we fear God
    We don’t give damn, about your evil plans
    Cause no man can stand up against God’s hand
    Not first to curse us, won’t be the last
    And if I were you a would learn from the past
    Many came before you to do us wrong
    But they’re all long gone and we still stand strong

    President of Iran your just like Haman
    But instead of the gallows you’re building a bomb
    You want to see Mordechai’s family dead
    But your wickedness’ll drop down on your own head
    Open your ears, we won’t disappear
    Been here three thousand eight hundred years
    We were slaves to Pharaoh, but God set us free
    And tossed the Egyptians in the Red Sea
    The wicked Balak and Bilaam tried messing
    With us, but their curse turn into a blessing
    Canaanites tried to fight us but all
    Of them had to fall like Jericho’s walls
    Goliath the Philistine talked a lot
    Before he got knocked him out with a slingshot
    Assyrians conquered every other land
    But they ran when they came up against God’s hand
    Babylon took us into captivity
    But we’re back, they been gone since BCE
    And Haman, who decreed every Jew should die
    Got hanged on the gallows he made for Mordechai
    Our enemies fade but we still exist
    Do you really want to add your name to the list?
    You’ve warned if you don’t proceed with caution
    We’ll name a food after you like Hamantaschen

    This song goes out to Ahmadinejad
    The Jews don’t fear you, we fear God
    We don’t give damn, about your evil plans
    Cause no man can stand up against God’s hand
    Not first to curse us, won’t be the last
    And if I were you a would learn from the past
    Many came before you to do us wrong
    But they’re all long gone and we still stand strong

  2. Reblogged this on midnightrabbi inspires and commented:

    Helping the Holocaust Survivors of Tel Aviv-Jaffa
    There is a shocking reality in Israel today. Among the 208,000 Holocaust survivorslivingin the country, many of whom were instrumental in the building of the State,over a quarter is living under the poverty line. In the Jaffa Institute’s service area alone,

    it is estimated that over 4,000 of the 15,000 Holocaust survivors are living in poverty.

    Help here -> http://www.rootfunding.com/campaign/3425

    Although many survivors receive monthly payments from Holocaust compensation

    programs and/or the Israeli government, as they have aged and begun to experience

    increased health problems, these payments are no longer sufficient to cover their basic

    needs. Increasingly, the bills for necessary medical care are swallowing their small

    income, leaving them unable to pay for basic living costs such as food, rent and utilities.

    Indeed, many Holocaust survivors do not eat more than one nutritious meal per week.
    In order to combat the widespread hunger and malnutrition present among theHolocaustsurvivors in our service area, the Jaffa Institute’s Food Distribution Centerdelivers food parcels to impoverished holocaust survivors on a regular basis.

    Each food parcel contains staples such as flour, oil, sugar, and tuna in addition to pasta,

    canned vegetables, and other necessities.

    The Holocaust survivors are also provided with fresh meat

    and fish. These food packages are delivered to the recipients

    by private volunteers using their own

    cars,

    and by a bus provided by the Dan Bus Company.

    The same volunteers deliver food parcels to the

    same Holocaust survivors every two weeks, allowing them to build close

    relationships that are valuable

    not only to the Holocaust survivors, but also to the volunteers.
    In 2012, thanks to a generous donation by Keren L’Yedidut,the Food Distribution Center

    willincrease the number of Holocaust survivors on its distribution list,

    thereby enabling more impoverished individuals

    to live their lives with dignity. Make A Donation and mention Eli in comments thanks! http://www.jaffainstitute.org/online-donations-to-the-jaffa-institute

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