Thursday, August 11, 2022

Predictions for New Year 5783 - תשפ״ג

Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin

This coming year 5783 is a year of hakhel, when the Temple stood, the year after shmita the king would gather every man women and child and read the Torah before them. What is the connection to this year 5783?  Furthermore 5783 is a year of abundant wealth, unity and redemption. Watch and learn how all of this is embedded in the Hebrew letters of Pei and Gimel. 


7 comments:

annie said...

Amen

Anonymous said...

🙏

Anonymous said...

Inspiring! On a practical note related to his speech, I wish I could consult with rabbis such as him about a woman who needs hearing aids costing approx. 3K according to her audiologist, but neither Medicare nor Medicaid have come thru. At least not yet, and I doubt if ever. And so she remains partially deaf, and people have to shout at her, causing throat trauma to those interacting with her. And that's an understatement. Additionally, she has even more major physical (and other) issues which I won't expand on here.
M.M.

Anonymous said...

We have a pair to give away. Was originally 5,000 from my mother who passed away 2 years ago

Devorah said...

I suggest both of you leave me your emails in an anonymous comment which I won't publish, and I'll put you in touch with each other.

Anonymous said...

Bless HaShem… how wonderful… what a Blessing

Thank you Deborah for your blog… it blesses us all so much… ❤️❤️❤️

Anonymous said...

Wow, Anonymous and Devorah, this is an unexpected windfall, and really generous of Anonymous and yourself! I'm no expert on hearing aids to know if they're universally compatible to most people, but I guess anonymous may know. Another logistic is whether we're even in the same country! And another logistic, is that I'd want to maintain privacy, due to my posting on this blog, so I might do it through a friend or whatever.

Devorah, I'll post you my email address in a separate post. Tizku l'mitzvot!

btw, in case some people may suspect it's me who's deaf Ch"V, nope, that ain't the case! It really really is someone else I know who's deaf. I'm genetically nearly a dead ringer of my father who first became hard of hearing, and blind, in his 90's. As a demo of what a dead ringer I am, I was once tweaking my female voice on my voice editor, and surprise, surprise, I suddenly heard my father's voice, EXACTLY my father's voice, enunciating my words!
M.M.