Terrorism has risen high- Brussels, Bangladesh, Istanbul, Nice, Germany… Is there some positive in all this negative?
And in Eretz Yisroel too, terrorist attacks have escalated – the 13 year old girl killed in her bed, the father who died in front of his family in a car attack, the soldiers and the ones that didn’t survive their wounds and the dozens of Jewish lives we have lost over the past 6 months, Hashem Yinkom Domom. Our hearts and souls are grieving with pain. As the Rebbe’s soldiers, we need to strengthen each other and take action.
In light of all these events, in conjunction with the auspicious day of 17 Tammuz, N’shei uBnos Chabad is hosting a teleconference for both Lubavitch and non Lubavitch women- joining in Achdus to say Tehillim and give us perspective on our unique time.
This Sunday, 18 Tammuz, is a Tzom Nidcheh (postponed fast day) of 17 Tammuz which falls out on Shabbos this year. The Rebbe enlightens us that this Shabbos is tremendous potential for joy and gives us the taste of Geula. When Moshiach comes, this day will be a great Yomtov and already now we can taste Geulah.
This Sunday, 2:00pm EDT, Call- 712 432 1212 to join the call, and enter pin- 484 453 659.
Beginning with saying specific chapters of Tehillim that we say for Eretz Yisroel, we will have the 3 fundamental pillars of Torah, Tefilla and Tzedaka- and the main tool of Achdus. Women of all types and backgrounds coming together in one virtual “room.”
Rabbi Reuven Wolf, shliach in California and manager of Maayon Institute, will speak about “Seeing the Signs of Moshiach in Current Events.” How we see the Nevuos in Tanach and Yalkut Shimoni unfolding before our eyes.
Sarah Mushka Jacobs from Chabad in Yerushalayim, will speak on “Living with Moshiach in our Times.” What can we do in our already very busy lives?
Let’s transform darkness to light and move forward to Geulah.
Mark your calender and call in Sunday at 2:00pm NY time, and let us together, in Achdus, express our heartfelt demand and desire to rejoice in Yerushalayim in the Beis Hamikdash HaMikdash immediately.