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Mystical Paths [Kindle Edition]

Everything is foreseen, but free will is granted - the mystical side of Judaism and life
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Judaism, Emunah (Faith), Chassidus, Kabbalah, Jewish End of Days Prophecies, Secrets and Mysteries of G-d and the Soul, living each day and connecting to G-d. ** Usually published daily except on Shabbat (the Sabbath, Saturday) and Jewish Holy Days (Passover, Rosh Hashanah, etc). **

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  • Publisher: Reb Akiva (November 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0029U1XJQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #918,938 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5.0 out of 5 stars (from: http://ladaat.i December 29, 2014
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Discussion with Moishela (with his family)
A Handicapped child 5775 #3
20 Kislev 5775 (Dec 11, ‘14)

(from: http://ladaat.info/showgil.aspx?par=20141227&gil=1713)

“Why Are We Living”

Time is moving on and we are definitely getting very close to the Geula Shelaima. I think every true Jew, whether he is close to Hashem or a bit farther away, feels now is the time that the world is going to change completely. The Frum, the believing Jew will feel a kind of closeness to Hashem that he never felt before, even though every morning when he gets up he can feel a strange and frightening foreboding of what’s going to be in the future.

The Jew that is not so close to Hashem will also feel the fear and he will start thinking what this life is about. What do I have? What are my goals? What does it matter if I go to a football game or not? What does it matter if I get the job exactly that I want or get into the right university just right for me? What does it matter? What really matters in this life? All the entertainment? All the social life? What is life all about? Why are we living? Is it just one big accident, Chas Vesholom, an accident that brought us into life against our will to suffer, Chas Vesholom? The fear of what’s coming in the near future together with the suffering that we are already going through, are bringing some people, some Jews to question, at least to stop for a moment from their partying to ask what is this about, why is this happening.

These questions are not usually asked here in Eretz Yisroel because we are used here in Eretz Yisroel to go through many crisis and then the crisis disappears and we continue going on.
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