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    #We need moshiach so bad! I feel like what’s almost worse than the tragedy this morning, which is so horrendous, is the nerve CNN has!

    At the same time, my tefila this morning was so much more sincere than every day.

    It reminds me of a teacher of mine in high school once said soemthing very controversial, but a valid point.

    when she was in high school, there was a tragedy where 3 sisters died in a car accident. And her principal got up and sai the following. “no-one should take upon themselves a kabalah now. We need to show hashem that we can’t do it this way. the next time there is a simcha, or you have ana amazing day…. That’s when you should take a kabbalah. And then we don’t need tragedies to make us a better person.”

    That does not take away from the constant avoda of a growing yid.

    And lastly, the famous mashal of a man stuck on a roof trying to get people attention to save him. So, he starts throwing down $100 bills so people should look up. But, no-one did. Being so frustrated he finally took some pebbles and threw them and that’s when people looked up.

    Friends, Hashem is so frustrated! He needs us to save him! He needs his home back! But, let’s not let it get to the point where pebbles are thrown! let’s help him, by doing the right things when dollar bills come our way, when things are pleasant, so there will be no need for pebbles, boulders or avalanches!

    Thank you for allowing me to share… This is helping me now, as a friend of the one of the victims’ family.

    Letakein Girl

    I’m crying my eyes out right now. I can’t begin to imagine the agony that the family’s of the dead and injured must be feeling right now. Ad masai, Hashem? How many more heilige neshamos do you need to bring the geula?!

    Thank you for your eloquent post, #.


    Thank you hashtag! Love your post! We should all be good and better when everything goes well!


    Great message. We should definitely recognize when things are pleasant and appreciate our blessings. And we should remember to keep growing, and not wait for a wake up, but grow every day. The days before Moshiach are very hard. But we can do something. For example, work on achdus to bring down blessing, and work on shemiras haloshon so our prayers are more effective. Go to the Chofetz Chaim website for ways to learn

    May Hashem protect us, and may the Geula shelema come soon

    Sam Klein

    BDE what a tragedy to hit klal yisroel.

    Have we not had enough non-stop tzaros in the past year?

    Has klal yisroel come together-as a nation-yet to do teshuva?

    then what do we expect?

    with tears in my eyes, I beg everyone-myself included-to wakeup & do teshuva-together as a nation-how much worse must the situation get (parts of my siddur are waterlogged from tears of non stop crying for klal yisroel) when will we finally wake up & return to Hashem as a nation together? have we not had enough tzaros in the past few years of non-stop horrific tragedies?


    May all neshamas have an Aliya

    Sam Klein

    1)The situation in Eretz Yisroel & in the Diaspora is very bad from Terrorists to the entire Economy going down etc… If anyone should ask why all these Tzaros are Happening to Klal Yisroel he only needs to look at what the Rambam says. Saying that as long as we remain ignorant of the present troubles that we have & what the reasons are that they are happening. The situation can only get worse until Mashiach comes. With the society we are living in today we (sadly) CONSTANTLY need reminders (wake-up calls) from HASHEM for us to do T’shuva & return to HASHEM so all this Tzaros can end & Mashiach comes.

    3)All of us have heard, read & seen tons of true stories of people who had their first child at 42 or had a sick child in critical condition, & then the doctor says i’m very sorry but your daughter has only 3 hours to live & then he comes back 2 hours later & says its really a miracle but your child is beginning to recover etc…. Why is it that they finally had a child or the child recovered? There could be tons of answers, but the most common answer Is a Pasuk we say 3 times a day in Davening. Hashem is close to all who call to him, to all who call out truthfully. (Tehillim 145)Because they cried out from their heart, they really meant what they were saying when they davened to H-shem to have a baby or for his daughter to recover etc…. there’s a reason we call Hashem, Avinu She’bashamayim (our father in heaven) Hashem loves us from a father to a son & is waiting to put his Shchina (presence) & his bais hamikdosh back in this world. If we really cried out for the Bais Hamikdosh from our heart with truth & show that we are missing it, then we wouldn’t still be in Golus today.

    may we all do teshuva very soon so mashiach can come

    ☕️coffee addict

    ty #poster,

    every time i cry i sincerely hope those tears are going to overflow the cup of tears and bring the geula

    the end of lech lecha the baal haturim says the reason they are called yishmael even though it should be past tense is because yishmael will bother bnei yisrael and bnei yisrael will cry to. Hahsem v’yishma keyl, i sincerely hope that will happen soon


    I cannot even type a comment to do justice to the horror and sadness that I feel. The pain of the families of those Kedoshim, is unfathomable. It takes a special kind of lack of any spark of humanity to come into a shul where someone is davening commit such atrocities. I wait for the world to somehow find a way to blame the butchered members of that minyan for their own massacre.


    if we dont show our seperation/if were assimilating too much, then HASHEM has to show us that we are different. thrue ways like these


    Horrible! Please don’t make heavens cheshbonos. Except if course if you got a direct prophetic revelation.


    I partially disagree with Hashtagposter’s teacher’s principal.

    I would not have said that they should not make a kabbalah at that time. Reacting to positive stimuli might well be useful in the future, but one does not dictate to Hashem the way in which He is to communicate with us, and not reacting to a negative stimulus is wasting it.


    I need a good idea for a kabbalah.


    #Therefore, I prefaced that by saying it is controversial, but a clear lesson can still be learnt..


    its not just controversial it goes against daas torah I have heard many chashuve rabbonim and roshe yeshivos talk about this in the past few days and they all said the opposite of this also for all men who are looking for a kabbalah r avrahom schorr said to be mikabal to keep tefillin on till the end of davening

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