Happy birthday Moshe our teacher this New Month Adar Sheini

Happy times ahead, :) hosting together a build up 2 Click to visit the original postPurim 2014 with Lazer Lloyd and Purim itself HaMakor.

Lazer Lloyd and HaMakor with your donations will be  performing Purim for the Fortunate ones please G-d @Yeshivat Ashreinu!

for Happy birthday  Moshe our teacher song! <- click here! 
Check out class 4 session 2 <- “Think “win win” a new month of Joy comes from an increase in integrity and wanting everyone to be successful! Stories of other people building success with sphere of influence in class 5 coming soon! <- click to follow all our classes! We are happy :) to invite you and your friends to an inspiring
 speech (in English) With thanks and praise to Hashem Yisborach  Reminder that there will be a shiur/class from Rabbi Eliezer Goldsmith, weekly 8pm every night on “Hashakfa and the 10 habits”<-

Moshe was born on the 7th of Adar and passed away on the same day, 120 years later. The miracle of Purim took place also in the month of Adar, 913 years after Moshe’s passing. Is there any connection between Moshe’s passing and the miracle of Purim?

Our sages tell us that when Haman cast lots for the best month in which to execute his plan of getting rid of the Jews, the lot fell on the month of Adar. Haman was pleased, for he knew that Moshe, the greatest leader of the Jewish people, passed away in the month of Adar.

Haman said, “Now I am sure that my plan will succeed for the leader of the Jewish people died in Adar and thus this month must be unlucky for the Jews.”

But, as our sages point out, Haman didn’t know that Moshe was also born in Adar. As a result, it turned out to be a good month for the Jewish people and unlucky for Haman. It turned out to be the month of his downfall.

Just as the merit of our great leader Moshe brought about the demise of Haman and the miracle of Purim in the month Adar, 2372 years ago, so too, may this Adar bring great miracles for the Jewish people. May Hashem help us wipe out every Amalek from every generation.  


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