Wednesday, November 23, 2011

What is the proof of God's existence?

Just think of the chutzpa of the world denying God's presence in the world. What is the one thing that proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that God - Almighty exists? The fact that the all of the Jewish Nation from the youngest to the oldest stood at Mount Sinai and experienced and thereby witnessed an unprecedented Godly revelation. Each and every Jewish person who was there was able to point with his finger and day there is God, He spoke to me, and commanded me in the Torah and its commandments. Case closed. The event occurred. Nothing to argue with, The Torah itself which records this event is the proof of the events existence. The fact is if it hadn't have happened it would be impossible to invent such a story as is known that you can invent an event that one or a few people claim to have seen but you cannot invent one that a whole Nation consisting of many hundreds of thousands and millions of people have experienced.

So there we have it, looking at the Torah a person could say this is so Godly and so beyond my understanding that it’s obviously made by a

Super- Being and it does seem that way, but there is still a small doubt that remains for perhaps whoever has written is was in fact just way above my understanding but still not God, heaven forbid. But, when we consider what really occurred that every one of the Jewish people actually experienced this event and witnessed it and has been teaching it to his and her children ever since we have to say that whomever denies the revelation at Sinai and thereby God, is simply living in a delusion and a fog and denying the simple truth.

So let us all ponder on this turn off our television sets, throw out the garbage from our lives and accept the One and Only truth of Hashem's Unity.

Have a great day and tell us what you think.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

when will the master come already!!!

how much longer must we struggle in this earth before moshiach comes?
we have already done all that is necessary to bring him.
Now God has to have mercy on us and bring him already.
This is the way I feel about the situation.
Look how crazy things are around us (no need to describe even, for everyone has what to be stressed out about in their respective lives) but here we are still trying our best to make a difference in the world.
It feels better just expressing my feelings on the subject for truth is thank God we have a lot to be thankful for as well.

Here is Moshiach's coming right now!!!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Friday, November 11, 2011

My conversation with an environmentalist

Top Four Reasons Why Torah Judaism is Environmentally Friendly and in Touch with Nature:

Firstly, many men don't shave their beards which is the way "nature designed man to be", shaving is going against nature.
Secondly, we dunk in a mikvah, with water that came from rain or a large body of water such as a lake or an ocean.
Thirdly, and most importantly when we observe Shabbos we don't disturb nature at all. We don't make fire, turn lights on or off, or tear letters (such as when paper is torn).
We let nature rest and we rest.
And last but not least, we don't cut down fruit bearing trees and we don't waste resources as proscribed by the Torah's commandment of bal tashkis.

A gut voch. (Have a good week)

Sunday, November 6, 2011

God-World, Kel Olam.

And he planted an eishel in Beer-Sheba, and he called there in the name of the Lord, the God of the world.

וַיִּטַּע אֶשֶׁל בִּבְאֵר שָׁבַע וַיִּקְרָא שָׁם בְּשֵׁם יְ־הֹוָ־ה אֵל עוֹלָם

Abraham our forefather planted a eishel tree, Rashi says it was either an orchard to feed fruits to the guests or it was an inn to house the wayfarers. 

What's interesting here is that Abraham called God's name אֵל עוֹלָם  meaning God-World and not God of the World. The world is not a separate entity from God but the world and God are one thing united. It's like the rays of the sun when they are still in the sun are one thing with the sun itself the same way the world and God are one thing united it just looks to us that the world has a separate existence to it. In truth the world is just like a ray of God's emanation completely dependent on him for life and in truth one thing with Him. As we get closer to Moshiach this concept can be understood easier and easier as more mesholim come out from the physical world. For example we see an action figure in a video game written by a programmer running around the screen. Can one imagine the chutzpa of the video game character proclaiming that he is an independent reality to the program? Of course it's unimaginable for when ever the programmer wants he can just pull the plug and the whole reality of the video game will disappear. The video game character is just an end result of the programmers code much like the world is here due to God's code keeping it going.

And so is our blog called, God-World (and Moshiach) for that's the true reality.