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And what can we say about our generation? That a tired and dry cynic like him was not created - and

What could these blind Indians have said about that elephant? Which is hard as ivory? That it's cold? Which is hot?

And what can we Hebrews (the blind!) Say about our people, about our generation?

Which is full of ambition and longing upstairs and up a little more.

For him, to succeed is to earn.

Which is all morality and brotherhood and evils above all.

That he is divided and polarized, and hates, and angry, and foams.

Which is one family - literally. Which is a ruined family - literally.

Who is a vibrant and idealistic young man. And "This is where I was born", in our tiny country, the warm, beautiful country.

That a cynic as tired and dry as he is was not created - and also "in London they do not wait for him", only there despair is more comfortable.

That with eternity we are, but our time is up.

A generation with a historical and meta-historical dimension, until the news is updated.

A generation is shaking, waking up, seeking freedom and independence, and also the last authentic "pose".

"Do not uproot a plant," or - "Do not whisper a prayer." "To be a free people in our country" (vibration), or: "Do not call me a people, do not call me a people, do not call me a people" (hysterically).

A generation that loves to love and loves to laugh and loves to live. And the horror of death and the madness of bereavement do not cease for a moment.

And maybe there is no generation here. Just thousands of shards.

Thousands of individual narratives of individuals, factions, communities, communities,

That meet, collide, intersect, merge.

And maybe there is a generation and a people here.

A generation of opposites and upheavals.

A generation of resurrection, in which despair and faith are used interchangeably.

With a creature that rises and falls and curses and rejoices and glorifies God.

One diamond with a thousand thousands of sparkling, shining, transparent faces. And each with his own story, and each with a full story.

And we?

We will find out our aspect, of our beit midrash.

And each and every one of us will find out his aspect within and out of this.

And through the illuminating, transparent specularia is observed in all faces all. And we will be educated and listen to the harmonies that emerge and rise from the abyss of chaos - according to our degree.

And what advantage has been observed in our aspect? And why was he chosen?

For he is a whole mammal from an ever-present world, from the "working holy wisdom," the creator.

For he is a covetous covetousness before mountains are born, and will forever be renewed and sustained and resurrected.

But seventy faces to the Torah, and why was he chosen in it?

Because he is ours.

That is not the case. And we are not forced to do good,

For the privilege of meeting to be enlightened and to be perfumed by the teachings of the above-mentioned rabbis. For we have been privileged to listen and internalize and revive the doctrine of the above-mentioned Herzliya.

And through the one pipe - this double is rolling, dangling to us a Sinai rumor. from the sky. From the mouth of heroism.

And it is revealed to us as the soul of a people and the soul of a land and the soul of a generation and generations,

And it is revealed to us as the doctrine of redemption, and more than that: as the doctrine of redemption.

Seventy faces to the Torah, and why was he chosen in it? Because he is ours.

If you will: our narrative

Or our right

Or our responsibility.

"Everyone who has reverence for him, his words are heard" (Brachot N. AB).

"Including this, and the basis for it, is that his words will be heard for himself"

(The above-mentioned Herzliya, Or LaNativati ​​p.

Out of pure fear of God, our courage and courage to live our teachings to the end will be renewed in us, and our words will be heard for ourselves, and to the same extent, our words will be heard for others as well.

From "Cultural War"

Rabbi Eli Horowitz


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