Sunday, January 19, 2020

The Brisker Rav's Prediction

The Brisker Rav

Yitzchok Zev (Velvel) Halevi Soloveitchik (Gri"z), also known as the "Brisker Rav," was the last rabbi of the town of Brisk (Brest, Belarus) before the Holocaust. His father, R. Chaim Soloveitchik, was Rosh Yeshiva of the Volozhin yeshiva, while his maternal grandfather, R. Rafael Shapira was its long-time Rosh Yeshiva. He was an extraordinary learner, and was said to have memorized the entire Babylonian Talmud, along with Rashi, by age 16. After the closing of the Volozhin yeshiva, the family moved to Brisk, where his paternal grandfather, R. Yosef Ber Soloveitchik, was Rav. The position then passed to his father and later to himself. He Holocaust forced him to flee to Jerusalem, where he maintained a position of non-participation with the Israeli government, including opposition to receiving government funding for yeshivot. His children and followers founded several yeshivas in Jerusalem, all known as Brisk.  [Source: Sefaria.org]

Yeranen Yaakov translates Rav Fish on the Brisker Rav's prediction for Moshiach 5780/81: click here to read

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Instead of relying on predictions only to get disappointed, let’s yearn through prayer and our actions for Moshiach’s revelation.

Anonymous said...

מדהים! עץ פרי על הכותל. מים מתוקים יוצאים מהכותל | רמזים מדהימים לגאולה 2020\

https://sod1820.co.il/רמזים-מדהימים-לגאולה-2020-תשפ-עץ-פרי-על-הכו/



Anonymous said...

P.S. This is regarding a comment on the Yeranen Yaakov site which you linked to.

Can someone please translate/summarize in English what this rav is saying about tree's growing at the Kotel on the men & women side? It's indecipherable to me:
https://sod1820.co.il/%d7%a8%d7%9e%d7%96%d7%99%d7%9d-%d7%9e%d7%93%d7%94%d7%99%d7%9e%d7%99%d7%9d-%d7%9c%d7%92%d7%90%d7%95%d7%9c%d7%94-2020-%d7%aa%d7%a9%d7%a4-%d7%a2%d7%a5-%d7%a4%d7%a8%d7%99-%d7%a2%d7%9c-%d7%94%d7%9b%d7%95/

Note that this reminds me that approx. years ago i saw a beautiful video on YouTube which showed a demo of plants growing at the Yam HaMelach, and that that was predicted for Moshiach's times. (I forget which plants they were, but it was really interesting).
M.M.

Devorah said...

M.M. If you haven't already done so, you should post your comment on Yaak's site.