#Bignews, “10 #HABITS OF #TRULY #EFFECTIVE JEWS” which will continue with a new series coming and continuing on Sunday night 26th January 9;15pm cafeteria outside the gym, (every other night 8pm in the Beis, learning megilah too) after “ Tu B’Shvat Retreat and vacation we are starting again “Be proactive, learning together #Torah, Megilah = reveal from the hidden-news the real kind reality!
We’re “getting ready for a choice “Naiseh, Venishmah” Kesser – a crown of Greatness -Your mission statements is good to work on during Vacation time to chill, think in a relaxed way and write your goals and start to live them and this journey in this world a success with a smile…
You will enjoy learning from the beginning, we are welcoming your collaboration, email email@example.com with your #mission #statements for time in Yeshivat Ashreinu and beyond, and your Struggle Group inspired stories… and free copies of ” The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” 0573175856 see ya , eli is in Tel Aviv, Israeli Monday !!!
May You Bear Fruit! We are going to the Kaliver Rebbe and Tolna Rebbe this Wednesday night bs’d for #TuBShvat Tish, Yeshivat Ashreinu is invited 😀 and friends for some holy fruits and beyond! Check out -> Rabbi Moshe Weinberger @HaMashpia מפי המשפיע שליט”א – חודש שבט ר”ת שמחם ברכם טהרם!! ועוד אמר לי בשיחה פרטית ששבט- שיהיה בשורות טובות. לנו לכל ישראל אמן. #התחדשות <-
“Synthesize” (6th habit) 9th class! “bringing it all together” Tu B’Shvat is the Rosh Hashana for the trees. Just like we pray for our well being on our Rosh Hashana, the trees pray for their well being on their Rosh Hashana. What do the trees pray for? They pray to bear luscious, healthy fruit. But, hey! What about all of the non-fruit bearing trees; what do they pray for?
Before Adam sinned, there was no such phenomenon as a tree which did not bear fruit. It was only after Adam ate from the Eitz Hadas that most trees lost the ability to bear fruit. When Mashiach will come, all of the trees will once again give forth delicious fruits.
If you tune into your spiritual hearing, you will hear the fervent prayers of the billions of barren trees asking that Mashiach should come so that they, too, should bear fruit once again.
Man is compared to an upside down tree. His soul is rooted in heaven and extends all the way down to earth. And he, too, wishes to be fruitful and multiply. And what are the fruits of man? Torah and Maasim Tovim, good deeds. Oh! How the barren soul yearns to give forth fruits, to produce Torah and Maasim Tovim in order to give pleasure his Creator!
On Tu B’Shvat, add your prayer to the hushed entreaties of all wooden vegetation. Pray that you merit bearing fruit so that they should finally merit bearing fruit, with the ushering of the era of Mashiach.
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