Rav Nachman Bulman zt”l was one of my key inspirations that changed my life!
More Miracles: Reasons to Dance from Lazer Beams! Yesterday i drove round this in order to move on, with gratitude that live in the holy land continues!
Image above, courtesy of Israel Police via kikarhashabbat.com – disassembled car-bomb explosive device from Beitar, 27 July, 2014
The ongoing war in Gaza has blurred our focus on Judea and Samaria, where a new entifada is brewing.
Yesterday morning, an alert border policeman at Beitar Illit noticed that the driver of a white west-bound Citroen Berlingo was acting weird – he pulled him over but he dried to get away. He was apprehended immediately and arrested. In the back of the Berlingo, the officers saw several prodigious cooking gas canisters, the size that would be sufficient for a month’s needs for a 12-family apartment building. These propane cannisters were connected to chunks of metal and an explosive device which contained several pounds of TNT (the flesh-colored play-dough looking substance in the image above). Police sappers disassembled the car bomb, which was intended to explode in an Israeli residential area. Hashem prevented a mega-catastrophe. In the words of super-modest officer Yeshurun Zoran, a real hero who we all owe much to:
We’re in the notorious “9 Days” before Tisha B’Av, and yet Hashem’s miracles and loving-kindness know no bounds. We should all be singing praises and songs of gratitude all day long.
The Klausenberger Rebbe osb”m, who lost a wife and 11 children in the Holocaust, addressed the challenges of our people and taught how to regard them from the proper perspective: “A father’s mercy is upon his son; it’s therefore clear that our Father in Heaven doesn’t want to harm us, for His love of His people Israel and even the sinners of Israel is well known.”
Miracles Midnightrabbi inspires one of my special #inspirational role models Yahrzeit was. There is suspicion of an attempted terrorist attack. A car arrived at the Betar checkpoint with gas cylinders found inside of it. The driver was arrested.
The Shai District Police announced that the driver arrived at the checkpoint after traveling from Betar Illit to Tzur Hadassah and he was detained as a suspect.
At this stage, the suspect refused to cooperate with the soldiers that investigated him and he was arrested soon afterwards. A preliminary investigation shows that there were a number of gas cylinders within the vehicle. The bomb disposal teams examined the vehicle and closed off the area in both directions. Went past Betar to Bet Shemesh, Israel the long way because of potential #terrorattack B’H. Already In Jaffa , Eli in Teli but got to run to Jerusalem soon , only good news! http://www.jerusalemonline.com/news/in-israel/local/watch-terrorist-attack-thwarted-at-betar-checkpoint-6738
Welcome home from Mindy and fam. & straight back to work!!!
Finally finished with the JIM = Jaffa Institute & Midnightrabbi eli goldsmith in all ways , time to focus on JIM = Jews Inspired & Midnightrabbi eli goldsmith real #inspired people on my way home Midnightrabbi inspires.
Learning #Torah with the train ticket sales person in the train station, and a new friend in #holon bought me fresh cold water with personal directions of #unity for the journey home to Jerusalem, Israel for the unfortunate levayah of my #rebbe The Tolna Rebbeh’s Mother Bd’H!
Listen here for Chesped on Nachman Bulman (1925-2002) (i was there and Rav Mendel Weinbach Tz’l really expressed the loss of a path for us all) was an American rabbi associated with Orthodox Judaism. He was born to Rabbi Meir and Etil Bulman after a blessing from the Rebbe of Ger, Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter. He grew up on the Lower East Side, Manhattan, and was, for a brief period, part of the circle of the Rebbe of Modzitz, remaining close to the Rebbe until the latter’s death.
He studied at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), where obtained his semicha (“rabbinical ordination”). Turning down offers from various communities because of inadequate standards, he eventually accepted a position in Danville, Virginia, which had a small Jewish community that he served for three years. Subsequently he served as a synagogue rabbi and Jewish educator in number of cities in the United States for most of his life. In 1975 he moved to northern Israel and served as rabbi in Migdal…
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