Erase The Memory Of Amalek

Erase The Memory Of Amalek

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good evening hope you had a great poem I want to start with few announcements first announcement is there we're having now a an arrangement to order my CDs in Israel and to save the shipping cost which is actually a very substantial cost to ship from New York to Israel so now to avoid that cost everyone can
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order CDs in Israel at zero five five six six six five six eight seven by usher Melamed is in charge of it and every city in English any Naboo can be ordered in Israel there's a lot of English speaker speaking people in Israel and they would like to order in English so they can order it in Israel also if you remember two months ago I announced about the website of a Leo's Nell the kid the 13 years old kid that
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opened a website and donate his Bar Mitzvah master money to make CDs so Hashem he has a interesting website it's called ilaha every day dot-com every day did you learn a different law so you can subscribe to his to his website if a person h13 already care how to bring Jews closer to toe I imagine what's gonna be in few years when he has a partner his name if I'm co-op NICs I
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promised them I will announce their website that for every holy work that they do la ha every day with no space just one word Allah hi every day come okay so this is the announcement one last announcement you know I have two Facebook pages one in evil one in English and the evil one is much more active than the English cause we write articles and write a lot of interesting things in evil I don't write them in
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English which means I can translate it in English but since it's involved with so much war I didn't find that it it pays to do it because the over there it's only three three thousand three and a half thousand people the ebo page have more than fifty thousand people so everything I write I know maybe more than a hundred or two hundred thousand people read that it's worth it for me but when the English page nobody cares to share the difference between I guess the Israeli
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mentality to the American mentality that their Israeli mentality is somebody likes something you make sure everybody else would read it and here I don't know how to call it it's selfish people are busy with their own life seems that nobody cares to share with other even though I begged many times in the past for everyone to see a nice lecture to share it to others everyone is concerned about being politically correct they don't want maybe one of their friends to be upset to hear the truth so they'd rather not to share well
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nobody killed make sure you like it fine you don't like it also fine so that's it's worth it that's well that's how the page grew up I mean so fast we more or less started them at the same time so fifty more than fifty thousand as opposed to almost not even four thousand so it's a big difference once the people would start waking up and share with others and make the page grow then it will work to invest more in it so far it's mainly lectures and some once in a
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while I put interesting things that people send to me and I share it with others but the best idea is not to have Facebook at all that just make it clear every phone person you want to learn to I there's plenty of course of Chinese to learn Torah without going through fealty order the Chinese what what do you need it for well you can know - I wanna learn - I go to the website directly you're going to my website you don't have anything bad they're only good lectures finished other websites that have two
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alleged lectures no problem but when you have to go to websites that have all these advertisements and all kinds of things that people write and some of it is not kosher better not to have it at all those pages those of you who did not understand they were meant for people who are anyway in the Facebook and unfortunately it's an addiction that almost everyone today is in it for hours sometimes every day you know Israel is the number two country in the world in Facebook number two which
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means for every hundred people the largest percentage of users are in Israel that's the second place Thailand is number one I don't know how can it be but that's the statistic and Israelis number two more in America it was invented here by American Jew and in this way we became more popular than here anyway it's obviously changing the way the world is because in the old days people had friends it was physical friends today it's all virtual it's all
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on screens you don't really have connections with people anymore it's all remote control relationships you know so obviously and also there's a lot of danger there because you know know who you deal with already people paid with their life with those kinds of things so you have to be careful better not to have it if you're already there you might as well go into the pages that I made and listen to some Torah and read some good articles that's basically all the announcement for today I decided to
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do all of them in one shot because I've been forgetting about them already for more than a month we just had proven yesterday and on Shabbat we read Parishad aho once or twice a year there is a mitzvah to lane in a Torah to weed in a Torah it's becoming a mitzvah from the Torah why I say once or twice one time it's Parishad the whole everyone agreed that it's mitzvot from the Torah one of the 613 commandments is
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to remember to erase the nation of Amalek the memory of them even not only physically to erase them from the face of the earth anything that reminds us about them is mitzvot to dismiss and to erase it from the face of the earth the second a parish ah it's called Parishad papa we read about the red car that's already in arguments if it's an obligation from the Torah it's a rabbinical law you know many of the laws that we following is rabbinical laws which is not a direct direct obligation
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from the Torah it became an obligation by rabbis rabbis who made this an obligation you can divide the rabbinical laws to different categories some of them is protection which means making a fence around an existing meets vote that we will not violate them so in order for us not to violate the mitzvot from the Torah they decided to make us few steps further from there from the scene which will by keeping the law a little bit stricter than what the Torah demand they
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will protect us not to come too near to the border of sinning that's really it's called a protection is zerah it's a decree however there's some positive commandments that the rabbi's created such as the holiday of Hanukkah such as the holiday of Purim reading the Megillah giving money to the poor people on poor him all year around is a mitzvah from the Torah but the obligation to do it on the day of poor him - at least - poor people it's a rabbinical obligation
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because for him it's not a holiday from the toy it's a rabbinical holiday as a memory of the huge miracle that happened to us in Persia about 2400 years ago so this is called a rabbinical rabbinical mitzvah' commandment also to give two kinds of food to at least one person men - men women - women or family - family you know this is also a rabbinical obligation you know and there's also
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have been occult scenes that from the rabbis it becomes a scene from the Torah it's not a scene if the rabbis didn't decide to make it a scene it would be perfectly fine the rabbis with the power that God gave them Hashem gave them this power to see what the generation needs what the world needs what the Jewish nation needs they made a lot of these rabbinical laws if you the more you learn Torah the more you begin to see what comes directly
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from the Torah what comes from former binnacle laws you gotta be very very knowledgeable to know every detail in Judaism which one is divine becomes directly from the Torah and which one is divine but indirectly divine which means as I always like to give this example that if I come to become a president of Microsoft nobody will pay attention to me just because I showed up and I claim I'm the new manager but if I come the next day with Bill Gates himself and he
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nominates me to be the manager that's a whole different story from now on everyone treat me just like they treat him right this is the parable what we learn from this that once a sham nominated the rabbi's to do what they have to do you know obviously they have the power to make holidays to make laws to make scenes to make decrease to invent customs based on the situation and everything else so obviously some of the things that I give one example of
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what I mean you know from the Torah it's allowed to say to a to do things for you on Shabbat so technically before the rabbi is made it forbidden a person could could live on Shabbat just like a regular weekday if we had the servant that is a non Jew it would tell him vini bring the horse take me here let me take me there Goldie's make a deposit for me drive here drive there pick up the phone dial the number for me Magne t cook for me heat up the
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tool and oh I forgot this install take money from my wallet go to the store basically everything just the Jew doesn't do anything but everything at once it felt that it held the go to do for him rip the paper for me wrap it do whatever you know drive me to the shul opened it all for me get me and open the door for me when I get to the show now I know what's going for your mind what are you thinking Wow life would be great not one Jew would be beer Mahalo Shabbos
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everyone would have a self in at least for one day right if poor people couldn't afford it for three or four families in the same building which share 1/7 it goes up they call him me cuz he knocks on the door do you need something mr. Cohen no we good for the next I will come back check with us in an hour like in the hotel they knock on the door service the entire shopper they do everything for you what reason the Jews would have to neglect Shabbat to drop it
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not to keep it none because it's very easy does everything for you you open the store for you we make business for you he makes the deposit for you we advertise we takes care of everything it does shipping for you whatever you want I can even drive you to the business to check around in the middle of Shabbat and drive you right back home and you did not violate any whole so came the rabbi and they say not allowed to Amir Ali Gorbachev ouch butyou know I'll have to tell the guy what to do for you especially if you undergo the old
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days people used to own people Jews non-jews doesn't matter of slaves used to be slavery not like what you imagined that you beat the map in all these things no the slaves have rights they slept in a good where they had good food whatever the master had you had to supply with his servant the servant would walk they have a place to sleep their food they can give them a wife can have children everything basically fine it's a place of work but basically everything the slave owned they master
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owned the slave cannot have anything in his position even if he found a diamond ring it belongs to his master I feed you I take care of you you're working for me whatever you basically own belongs to me he has to protect him in any possible way and in return the servant the slave is serving him usually going used to sell themselves to be slaves you know so you can buy him or in a time of war they used to occupy them and make them slaves
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and Jews when they steal and they cannot pay back it's not like today you know they go to the police the police say very sorry take it to civil court you know what but it stole all my money it's not our business this is a criminal police we're not taking actions about stealing or things like this only if there is a forgery or something like that for the credit card stolen something like that they'll get involved but if woven stole from Shimon who gave him a check in the check bounced it's not our problem
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so him in court let the court sent the marshal and the mouth of a usually cannot do anything feel lucky if your landlord they evict him after a year of struggling and usually gonna have to pay the crook money to leave your house because you cannot just get rid of him and tell him you know I don't pay me just leave the house no he would ask you also to pay money to bribe him to leave your own house because you know this when the law is corrupted the corrupted people enjoy the law we take advantage on it it wasn't like that if you
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couldn't pay back they put you in a market with your suit and your tie and they put you to stand on air and a place in the market and they sell you and you and the money is going to the person your money then you became a servant used to be a dark fairy banker whatever you used to be now your servant you walk in the field you bring water from the whale you clean shoes those things that obviously it's a big embarrassment that's how it was anyway so there why rabbi is why was so important for them
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to forbid that that we can use the on Shabbat it would prevent Jews from leaving Shabbat and becoming like going look what's happening today at least 70% of the Jews don't keep it the answer is you see this is where then the brilliance of Hazael comes into action our stages we won't we probably won't see it but they already saw it coming they knew that if you leave it like that in less than a generation or two there would not be one Jew in the world that
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is religious what's the connection who can tell me what's the connection between using they're going to do our work on Shabbat to basically losing Judaism completely from the world what's the connection who sees the connection do you see the connection let me help you once a Jew has a that serve him on Shabbat and he said take me to the business so he take him to the
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business click on the register bring the suit from there shut the alarm called the customer to come pick up his merchandise things like this what would happen now the guy has to go to the bathroom and that's a big sale over there the guy is not around they go away and they go into the customer we'll be back in five minutes and the customer said oh you know what I gotta leave I'm sorry I'll come back in another day once twice 3 5 10 20 times in the end he will click the buttons you
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already too close to the scene as long as the guy will do it for you fine I mean how many months it would last eventually you say that's the different me and they go the go is finger can do it and my finger cannot do it also the holiness of Shabbat will be lost spare people would you know that Shabbat is the busiest day of the week in business so we can go email off Joseph so he's in the business what holiness he feels ok doesn't touch electric you see
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it's in a business you watch that nobody steals from him sits by there are people of money they greedy he sits by the register that's his job our instead of doing Kadosh learning Torah being with his family going to the show what would we do supervises businesses that's on a condition that he won't violate Shabbat which probably would not last for more than a month or two so they saw it coming if you allow such thing you're allowed such thing just a generation or two and then Shabbat will be completely
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forgotten because if the chicken dough if the guy can do it I can also do it this is just an example I wanna basically going a little bit deeper now I started to say this to parish or two chapters that we read doing the one it's parish at the hall the memory of Amalek to destroy the memory of Amalek the second one is it is an argument if it's an obligation from the Torah it's a rabbinical law what parashat para but today since we just read it in Shabbat I
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want to basically repeat what we read in Shabbat and explain one of the one of perhaps one of the most important parts in the entire Tana so we know that Chawla mailer was nominated to be the king or the nation of Israel wanted a king like the had Kings the nation of Israel didn't have Kings their Moshe Rabbeinu now sure been known was lead else but King real king in a palace well
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you know with servants and things like this we didn't have I came King Saul and after him came King David and after that King Solomon very famous and then many other kings there's an argument who really was the greatest king in history whether it was maybe King David Oh King risky ow why because King David is a legend he wrote a hymn a part of the Tanakh it was a very holy person but King
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Christiano got the nation of Israel to get to the highest spiritual level ever which every little kid six years old basically knew the entire Torah I imagine a generation today any question you ask you have if you just became bad Chava you can ask any little kid in the neighborhood and he knows answer to every question in every subject in the Torah we don't even have rabbis in a wall that in this level today at any of the millions of questions that we have in Judaism that we'll know everything by
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heart it's above human but in this generation everyone was in a highest level we're talking 2600 years ago but King David on the other hand it was the beginning of the preparation for the first temple to be built initially I'm winning the walls very holy times it's hard to know Shem knows I used to say for me it was kind of obvious the king Christi I was the Ice King ever but then one rabbi wrote me a name it's not so simple he suggests that I
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won't say it so leave it as an argument because based on Crizal is actually more to the sides of King David so one way or the other came to scale few know the story he wanted not to get married for his entire life just because he saw in his holy vision that he will have a wicked son so I will put idols in the land do you know another man in a world that would agree to live all his life without getting married without having children ignoring his needs and his
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desires or whatever a person has every normal thing just not to have a wicked son most people would say okay one son wicked ten righteous you know I'm gonna have some one one is bad ten will be good it's not the end of the world it's not every one bad one it's only one is gonna be wicked it's minashi and he said for that I will never get married how do you know the story - Emma almost took him away from the world and he sent him the Prophet is
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Xiao and he warned him shame said to prepare you for your death and he said to him what did I do wrong I listened to every instruction of a shame and he said to him the first commandment in it whites - have to get married and have children for men it's only an obligation for men a woman is not obligated to get married and not obligated to have children it's not an obligation she is an assistant for the middle because without Harry could not fulfill the mitzvot so it becomes like a
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partnership but it's like two partners that one is obligated to do something and the other one is really more like a volunteer it's not an obligation you know you know the difference between an obligation to a volunteering work that you do so if a woman decided I want to learn - all my life retail and live somewhere in a mountain without getting married which she possibly violate any words of the Torah No okay so he's a sham say to him you have to get ready because you did not keep the first
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Mitzvah at OA so he said well a sham knows that I'm not getting because I don't want to have a wicked son why is it getting so angry so the answer was you not ashamed you cannot mix your own opinion this isn't good because I'm going to focus on this now for the next 20-30 minutes you cannot make your own opinion when there is a divine instruction whether you understand it whether you don't understand that whether you agree with
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that whether you disagree with that which is good spot but there are people who disagree with the shame even people with nice long beards and yarmulkes disagree with some things that they read in the Torah that's what it is so there are two different kind of people who disagree the first kind we'll just say it loud I disagree with what the Torah says keep Shabbat he puts fill in he gifts the car he disagree with one two three that the towards the other kind will be a little
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bit more politically correct it will not say I disagree with a shame it doesn't dare to go that far it say I don't know why I made it it's not clear to me I have no idea the problem is me I'm not divine I cannot understand understand the mind of God so therefore I understand my limitation no questions asked maybe one day we'll know the depth of this commandments to different kind of people both of them have a problem with the law that they read in the Torah one
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or two or five well one would say I disagree with a shame you don't find that that often the other one would say I don't understand that yet it's two different things but basically it's the same conclusion that is he doesn't understand what's going on here so he said to him why did you mix the own opinion when our chefs say to every man to get married and have at least one boy and a girl that's the application of Porvoo at least one boy and one girl
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the rest is extra if you have ten kids all of them boys you did not fulfill the mitzvot if you have ten girls you did not fulfill the mitzvot you need at least one boy and one girl and not only to a one boy girl you need them to be able to give birth when they become I don't know 1819 and they get married then you would only know then if you actually fulfilled the mitzvot retroactively all these deals that you have a boy and a girl still don't know for sure you would only know when the girl get married and you know
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she became pregnant and gave birth then you know and the boy got married and have children then you'll know your fulfill the mitzvot and this meets right it's a tricky Mitzvah because you can have a boy and a girl and God forbid if one of them died then the Mitzvah is going away from you even though you had it in your hand your head position on it if one of them died before they continue to multiply your Mitzvah is expired from you it's not your fault even to begin with a person trying to get married all his life he
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never got married or he got married and cannot have children obviously that's his best so to blame him you can blame him and so this is one of these mitzvoth so here you have to be really lucky to have it many people tried like many people dream to me millionaires because they want to build the greatest Shiva or they want to make a revolution in the world and makes many Jews really religious so they dream to be millionaires but I never became millionaires but if they would become millionaires they would really do what they claim they can may probably affect
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thousands of people but they never became so a shame will give them the reward for the dream that they had which is a positive positive desire that he wanted to make a lot of extreme children come back to him but he was unable physically to do it but Hashem knows that how much he wished for it same thing a person wanted very much to get married and have children for the Mitzvah not to play with them you know baseball most people want kids for their own fun we're not talking this kind of fun we're
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talking that I would like to have those kids because Hashem told me the first commandment emits love I have to have at least a boy and a girl so a Shem sent the Prophet to him and say why did you mix your own opinion when ashame say to have kids you know some of these kids will be wicked kids some of the most legendary figures in Judah Jim had wicked kids King David is one perfect example yeah the son of shallow couldn't ask for wars kid Indies what if you know the
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story what his son did to him got him out of his palace it was hiding in caves from me and try to kill him took away his women even today the world's kids don't do this to their parents if you read the whole story it's much deeper the stories of the Tanakh have much more secrets in them than what we understand that's why we're not even in a position to actually mix our own opinion understanding the stories of the Tana this is a common mistakes by people they read the story
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of the from the way it's described in a book by the flat feet or in by the kings and without checking the oval law and the oral stories in a guava but what happened in every one of these stories most likely will always get the opposite conclusion like the guava say King David someone who say King David made a scene is mistaken but the book of Samuel described and he made the scene 1 million percent if you read the story without going to the Oval secrets
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there's no question asked whether sham send him a prophet and told him what you did was long so but dick Mara say he never made a scene so now how do you understand that that's why we have a overload the oh I lost the written law said the written books say King Saul was one year old when he became a king one guy sent me a letter one time in email he said you say this mistakes here mistakes there yeah there's also mistakes in the Tana it's a king Saul
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became a king when he was one year old so I answered him I told him let me ask you a question based on your question you try to hint that a human being what the book of some way not the prophet so it's not the divine book so if that's the case do you know any human being that will be that stupid to write that the person became a king when he was 1 year old baby in a crib by me that stupid person today forget
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about 3000 years ago when people were a thousand times greater than today in the eleven just show me one person today that will write in a book that a person became a king when he was the baby in a crib so obviously say well that you're right it doesn't make sense so what is it so I referred him to the Kamara that explained been shamash I will be molho been channa they Google AOL to explain pure and have no scenes just like a
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one-year-old baby that's what it means but the combination of the written books and the oral books it's critical if you separate between the written book to the oral books which comes together then none of them have a meaning you cannot understand anything remember this is a major difference between us to all the other fake religions who came after they don't have anything or well whatever they wanted to say they wrote down therefore if you find mistakes in their
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written books you know it's not divine you put in a garbage end of story it's not divine it doesn't pay to it to waste time on it by us if there's something in a written book that you don't understand that what doesn't make sense to you it's not even a problem why because you need to know all the odds story and that enough is a complicated thing that has lots of details that are not written now that everything is written the story of the creation it would need thousands of books to
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describe every detail of the creation who took six days how long the the recreation is described in a Torah few pages two or three pages that's it that's it in very very brief way you know what it means to create material and everything you see here metal aluminum sand oxygen water and these the galaxy so many things if you had to write how everything was form and put into place and whites here and not there
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and what's the connection between all the chains you wouldn't have to write not thousand millions of so what's the poor who would read it you live 70 years just to learn the story of the creation will take you a million years to understand so you read very very brief just like you know headlines and based on that people have questions what do you understand you understand anything you just very brief so the story with Chris Qiao but as soon as he
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realized that a shame said to do this Mitzvah even if we kid son would be born like like it's how I serve I was a part of the creation so he realized made a mistake so I the way he wanted to fix his mistake he told the Prophet let me marry a daughter and the Prophet said let's see for shame agree to give you more life and he gave him 15 more years to live and he married a daughter and they had a son named inertia and this Menasha
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killed his grandfather the prophet Isaiah sliced him like cold cuts you know it's like cold cuts that's how he sliced his own grandfather which was the prophet of the world most important person in a world right and it sliced thinly he was hiding inside the tree because he didn't like the Moosa the ethics he was describing to him what's gonna be his end what's gonna happen and what he does wrong well when you say something that people don't like they speak Lashon Hara
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about you today strike fanatic with this manner she wasn't enough words we actually search for him all over the forest and he found that he dig a wall inside the tree and I was hiding from his own grandson which killed him in a brutal way and this murderer an idol worshiper who made thousands of people worship idols believe it or not the end of his life became religious he became religious this this is the greatness of a shame
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that a person like this that you should destroy him a million times in hell not only a shame did not destroy him like this he saved him from the hand of the going and they put him inside a big barrel of a medal they were hitting it from the bottom and it was burning inside and called all his idols and when he saw that his end is coming in minutes he started to cry to a shame to save him and a shame did save him and in the end he made chuva he became
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about to rock this puppy at the king he I didn't see the end of the life of his son he only saw all the horrible things he will do he was the king for a very very long time it's very interesting because his father was perhaps the greatest king in his story and his son was one of the world's kings in history or maybe the worst each hack was very holy and righteous and his son a service the funder of the Nazis we have examples like this all of it Davida
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Mellie was such a holy soul Laurita helium reap sums see the level of David Amelie as the son of Shalom you understand this is very interesting things and sometimes it's really hard to understand but bottom line he ended up that he finally made me to rap over then what's next next King Saul had an obligation in a war to destroy Amalek it's going into a war with Amalek and this is what it says
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listen good it says like this who am i ashamed this is what a shame said picado theater share Azhar moleculus well the nature of this nation are Malak we don't know who our Maliki's we assume that it's the Germans after we see what they did in Holocaust not only to the Jews to the whole world and it's not only the Germans it's most of the European countries that's where our Maliki is but we don't know for sure
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please class even if we know exactly to what country they settle in the end Amalek today after more than 2000 years there is no way to know about any Gentile in the world what is original source because none of them kept their entire family tree all the way to the time of death Anna more than 2500 years none of the knows where they from so when you see an Arab most likely is a descendants of Ishmael because all
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Arabs came from Ishmael but the Arabs of today you don't know where they're from maybe ten generations ago it used to be Christians who went to a Muslim country because everyone was running from everyone and over there that forced them to become Muslim his grand grandmother and now he's Ahmed and used to be crazy ten generations ago he doesn't know he doesn't know this his family we the Jews do we know more than three or four generations the maximum we know is our grandparents or their parents that's the
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maximum we could know we don't know ten generations ago who we used to be nobody knows it's only go by certainty by the odds logically we have tradition that we came from and from from the Jewish descendants and they going they know they're non-jews but they don't know below that I mean above that they don't know so so what's happening you there's no way to know when looking at the guy from what nation he came he used to be
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seven nations sitting in a land of israel the preziosi gilga sheikh nani all these nations that the Torah mentioned seven Empire sitting in Holy Land but they got mixed used to be a king called Santa Reeves and we've made such a revolution in the world everyone was running everywhere and they all got mixed so we have a rule when the minority get mixed with the majority it get canceled like it was never existed you understand I give you an example if
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you have a big soup soup from Glatt Kosher animal cow blood culture and then an a difference beef beef soup that was not from a glad kosher animal not kosher soup they both got mixed the majority if the majority was culture the entire thing is culture from the Torah if the entire thing was not kosher the entire thing is not culture we don't care that he got mixed with culture it became not kosher but here is another example of a
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rabbinical law the rabbis made a law that it has to be 60 times more from the kosher than the non kosher in order for the mix to still stay kosher which mean 1.6 percent if there's more than 1.6 percent non kosher it's a problem not it's a problem I'll give you an example these two the one time there was a meal and they made they made a big chillin for hundreds of people that came for
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Shabbat big red bees come rabbis and accidentally the gory cook didn't understand the instructions that I gave him and he put one quart of milk in a huge in a huge bowl of meat chili milk inside and everyone does their food for Shabbat nothing to eat now so they come to all the rabbi's and they said the rabbi said well obviously one quart of milk is more than 1.6 percent more than 1.6 percent of the
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entire mixture so it makes the entire thing not kosher at least from the Robin and so until they came to one of the rabbi's and the rabbi said come back to me in one hour and I'll tell you if it's causing or not well they came back after one hour and he told them it's kosher you can eat it but I'm going to technology say I'm gonna answer you this question in one condition what's the condition that you promise me you will
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never ask me to explain to you my ruling just accept what I say and no questions asked so they said ok you say ok it's kosher but don't ask me why so they all went they counted on him he knows what he's talking about the big judge he knows ok so they all ate enjoy the chili mixed with the milk then after heels somebody got it out of him rabbi remember how you allowed every didn't know what to say all rabbis say
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it's not good and then you say come back to me in an hour if you don't want to tell us why you made it allowed can you at least tell us why he didn't answer us right the way that it's allowed and you told us come back in an hour so he told them I called the milkman the old days it wasn't like today you got a Walmart or Costco and you have millions of bottles of milk it's all industrial no he used to be a milkman from the
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neighborhood who makes the milk himself every generation they mix water with the milk the question is what percent of water that's the question so this I called the milkman I said I want you to swear to me now how many percent of your milk is water so he told the more than 50% as it was thick milk coming from the animal so it's okay so the entire thing is water water got mixed with the chill ain't no prob here
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you understand then he did the calculation it wasn't one coat it's already half the coat half record as well as the size of a ball it's not more than 1.6 percent therefore the entire thing is causal same thing wine they used to be wine that they mix more than 50% of it water one time in a wedding all the Ashkenazi rabbis were standing there in Hoopa and they asked Revolver DSF to come to the hoop and make Abraham the wine so he was holding the wine and
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he said by Hitoshi a man okay no matter how I'm sure called me a bit vaho and all their skin Azim almost fainted over there it's the best wine they said with those stairs or everything the chief rabbi of this parody Rex called me a bit follow what happened yes I know how much water they mix in a wine it's mostly water it's not wine since then now their skin Azim right on the bottles kachelle
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the albacore sort its culture for four cups of wine in Passover according also to the Betty safe and it's mostly wine and not mostly water they write also for SWA redeem right they know and this our harem was more strict so going back to what we said ashame say to Qing Xiao now it's time to destroy the Mallick don't leave one survivor destroyed the entire nation
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of Amalek wither animals everything that is owned by them no Jews allowed to enjoy from it do not leave any memory from them what was special about this nation of Amalek they have a specialty unlike the other nations there were seven curse nation in the Holy Land when the Jews came with Joshua to occupy the Holy Land those nations were very wicked because they used to worship idols there was the prostitution problems i toes and
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hashem didn't like them and he kicked them out of the holy land and he gave us the land that's the history but even though they were very wicked and cursed this going okay there's still nothing compared to this Amalek and my leg was a nation that is willing to kill himself as long as they kill jews with them that was their purpose when are we leaving for just to hurt the jews as much as we can so what do they do always attacked
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us on the way they attacking the Jewish nation always when they're traveling from one place to place to another you know when you're on the road with your children and your you know your babies and your wives and then a nation comes and attack you it's a trap it's much harder than you when you're going to war army against army that's the way they do it they heat and they run away like cowards not only that it says it says in
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the Torah the way of Shem described it in the Torah is very very interesting what does it says it says the whole etosha masala ha Malik remember what a Malik always did to you right and the Torah doesn't say that the language that the Torah say a shared kaha by Derek that it happens to you in a way the Hobbit or shall I say Allah Hama liquid supreme air it's me trying remember what the nation of Amalek did to you when you came out of Egypt I
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share kaha bad area a shell can Harbor dari what kaha we have a word in EBU it's called McRae McRae in modern hebrew means coincidence accidentally happened it wasn't planned McRae in Paris at the hookah tie it repeats few times that I shan't say Intel who amoeba Kerry if you behave with me in Kerry what's Kerry Kerry has two meanings according to the ancient
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holy language Kerry means like the Torah means coincidence if you're gonna behave with me that everything is coincidence which means when you get punished when you suffer when you suffer losses instead of realizing that I'm punishing you from your sins you are saying bad luck bad luck that it happened to us we should have not come here I wish I would live home in our lay there all the things that people say until today not
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only doesn't help us it makes us very angry at us that instead of taking responsibility on our actions we find excuses to say that it's bad luck or incidents bad luck so that's called until who amoeba Kerry if you're gonna say it's all coincidence a Fannie 11-member Kerry I'm gonna make it look like coincidence which means you won't see my supervision and my protection over you and I will punish
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you severely seven times worse than your sins that's it keeps repeating in and you can read in parish advocate I also in the language of Herzl Kerry means sperm which means a person went to sleep it's called McCrae Lila and see it came out of him in the middle of the dream that's called carry on so also that's what it is but over here we are talking something different now the hamantaschen masala Malik remember what Amalek did to you when they attacked you on your way out of Egypt
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right away this filthy nation just heard and ashamed destroyed the biggest Empire in the world then the nation of Egypt destroyed Pharaoh is army millions of people are dead in Egypt every firstborn so many casualties Egypt the Empire of the world is basically collapsed completely they don't even wait the way they come to attack Israel how can it be you just saw that a shame is with them a hundred percent he made all these
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miracles for them he split the the Red Sea and the Jews went through and the Egyptians drowns and they're on the way to to Eretz control it's a college to the Holy Land the last thing you should do is show your face what are the odds that you're gonna win they're not giving up we'll get hurt but we make them some casualties it's worth it for us what's special about Amalek they would jump
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into a boiling bath to cool the water knowing they're going to get burned no other nation is like this today we find something similar to that is the Palestinian terrorists they commit suicide they'll kill themselves as long as I can kill two three five Jews this is what the Vida Melek say that the last time in the world the war will be against people that behave like bees
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though a who Nika cuts him what is it saying we set in ll throw him throw he means bees he mentioned the world for him what's special about Abby Abby will sting you and die at the same time knowing is going to die but it does it anyway same thing like the terrorists and blow himself up knowing he's gonna die you can kill fuel with him it's worth it for him so over here this is the same
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thing I'm awake they willing to suffer as much as it takes just to hurt the Jews that's their basically the purpose so as I'll explain why the - I used the word Cahaba dairy that's really not the proper world word it should have been that attacked you on the way the cafeteria if steel cabidela surprise the only way came to a war against you what does it mean Habanera means like an incident
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accidentally it happened but car also come from the world called kaha comes from the world Cara the nature of Amalek is to cool the Jew from his anxiety and it heat then his boiling is hot to serve a shame and to follow a shame comes on Malik and cool you off that's the nature of Amalek not necessarily physically to kill you always to cool you off from your anxiety
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and your passion to serve your God so if they cannot kill you physically they'll put prostitute on the street why then o if you busy with the prostitute on the street you don't have exactly time for shame in these moments and that they will help to destroy us one way or the other so this is what it says shell Hubbard La Boheme shada me a better time una is causing you to lose faith rate a
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yunalesca hot a shame it makes everything look like coincidence and the person lose is ability to see that everything is supervised by a shame every detail and also Lashon Kehoe also a language of cold making you cold right now at la Ruche la damn have OData shame from the anxiety and the passion that a person have to serve and to follow the laws of a shame so now ashame say to Showell Emilia I
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want you to go and destroy them once for all listen what happened now listen good he says like this left Vicky tight Amalek going he tomalak the harem timid : ello put everything that he has on a band harem nobody allowed to enjoy from it do not have mercy on him this is a divine instruction I understand so Hashem does n't have usually Hashem is always bragging about the fact that is merciful and he has
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mercy on every creature that he created every bug every worm every mouse every elephant every Indian who worshipped his idols every Gentile every Jew every person every creature that grid Hashem has mercy on him even the Egyptians the wicked Egyptians that murder our babies in Egypt when they were drowning the angels came to complain the Jews wanted
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to say Hallel too ashamed to sing and they say a Shem said Messiah died Tove in by a vitamin M schirra my creatures my creations are drowning to death and you one thing even it says when your enemies collapsing don't be too happy should still have mercy on him your enemy now wanted to kill you the Torah say if he is on the way to kill you you have to kill him a minute before he kill you it's a mitzvah to kill him why it's mitzvah to want to be alive to protect
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yourself so if we tell all this is on a way to put a bomb in my house and I know about it and I went behind his back and killed him not only it's not the same it's actually a great mitzvah just like putting - feeling or anything else why because we have to do everything we can to wanna stay alive no it's a big sin to commit suicide it's also very big sin to go into a place of a danger if the danger is too obvious which is a high chance of getting hurt person is now out to go them
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and if a person goes there finally he lose from his merits and credits and shame get his account a little bit cleaned from how many good BGF why because he had to make a miracle to save his life so one way or the other you lose but over here a shame has no mercy anomaly at all this is the only nation in history in history even on the Arabs that hate us so much I shall have mercy look at her God everyone for we're out of his home with
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the wild beasts Ishmael they are in a desert and what I shouldn't send the angel three times to hell and save their and safety they was supposed to die if they died it would not be Arabs in the world the angel saved saved hell and Ishmael who gave the angels instruction to save them the angel doesn't do anything on his own it was a divine instruction so even on this wild beast that the Taurus Ishmael is a murderer a
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wild beast a filthy human being it's described in a Torah Hashem had mercy on him how come on Amalek it doesn't no mercy whatsoever not on their children not on their sheep so you say to me okay listen good everyone here everyone knows is a very big philosophical argument in the world today which means if you go to fight Palestinians go and wants to kill Jews Jews want to protect
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themselves on going to war the Israeli army killed the terror is the tarot is kill Jews that's been like a circle it's constantly repeating itself now if you know it as a terrorist in a building and this terrorist will kill many Jews in just a matter of time causes that's what he does all his life and there's an opportunity to throw a bomb on his head but maybe fewer of kids will get hurt and and they say well the kids are innocent are you gonna kill two three eight kids that are there in a building
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they're gonna get killed so the answer is if you don't kill those supposedly innocent kids what would happen lay there this one will kill 50 joules so is it permitted to kill these terrorists because I want to say 50 plus 50 of my brothers and sister that for sure will die from his hands as he does all the time in a price that innocent kids will get killed that's a question but those who would tell you of course will give
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you an excuse so anyway these kids are brainwashed to become terrorists and if they're not actively terrorists they support terrorism with their money and if they don't send money cause they're poor they dance on there on the roof of their buildings when Jews are getting killed one way or the other they're your enemies even if they're not physically participate against killing you they are dancing when you get killed how many of them you ever saw in history that cry when a Jew get killed
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can you show one case like this ever one and a half billion Muslims did he ever saw in history one of them cry when an innocent Jewish kid died ever do you know how many Israeli cry when they shown a news that the Palestinian kid got hurt plenty in a small country like Israel but then I say to you in yet watch em in Israel there's the Holocaust Museum there's 20,000 names of of Gentiles who saved Jews in a wall from
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the Nazis 20,000 names not one of them is a verb not one of them save Jews in the world nothing just twenty thousand Christians and other Hindus Buddhists whatever not one from 20,000 Gentiles who save Jews in a war you couldn't find one that would save them how can be such thing go check in Yad Vashem 20,000 names on the wall the interesting thing in my own eyes I saw it the guy said the guy that
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gives the the show not religious guy it's an interesting thing here all right we have 20,000 name not even one of them is an other person like the guy found an owner when they when I go the documentary about the ad version someone sent me that email so now the question is they will become Tavares one way or the other so that's what the tourists say someone is on the way to
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kill you now in a year from now you can kill him even now a year before we don't have to wait a minute before you know this person will kill you statistically that's what it always constantly repeat so you allow to go in attack him first but it's already becoming a serious argument because human rights is how can we be so cruel let's wait until the danger is really really physical what makes you think maybe they'll die naturally maybe they won't attack us there's a lot of question marks here I
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agree but the point is right here that I shan't say do not have mercy on the children kill all the children also why there's no difference between them and their children in ten years from now these children will attack you on the way as Jim knows God knows but the question is okay fine I understand that a shame say to kill the adults without any problem with the children it's hard to understand and if we try hard we will understand but why the sheep why killing
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tens of thousands of sheep what's this what's the scene of the Sheep that he owns by a wicked Gentile kill call Amalek if the ship was in the market and one Gentile boredom and then another amalek bought the other one so he has to die because he owned by Amalek it's very hard to understand so a sham say like this very Matata you destroyed me ich Odisha all men and all women this is a
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very unique case in a Tana usually you don't attack women you don't touch children even men you don't attack you always give them time to surrender and pay tax and and that's it if they saw him there you are allowed to kill them even someone who came walking to your own house you'll have to kill him even due to a joke because it can be a danger but if he turned around and is on their way to escape you don't have any more danger anymore if you killed him you're Mel deliver if he's on the way to you to
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attack you to confront you you kill the mitzvot he turned around he got scared and he started to run towards the door the window and you shot him your middle if the police will not find out ashame knows that's the difference between being at Sadiq and being wicked what is it if the teeth turned around and started to make half a step towards the door from this moment on killing him it's a medal do you know that it's amazing
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so it says like this you kill all men and all women may all LRAD your neck even babies ooh breastfeed amazing make sure that they all access all goats camels donkeys don't leave anything any memory from this filthy nation Welsh marshal King Saul is listening to this we have to agree that is a very very difficult audio imagine you the king of
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a nation and you get an instruction like this from the creator of the world but believe me it's the last thing you want to do so Reshma shahrullah Tom he took two hundred thousand soldier for the mission and ten thousand from Judah so two hundred and ten thousand soldiers variables I will add the Iran Malik he came to a wall to wait for them by the lake shall send a message to Dakini it's
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a definition he told them go out of Amalek you live with him among them separate from them we don't want to hurt you why you were kind to the nation of Israel when they came out of Egypt we have no reason to hurt you and there's no instruction to do so we give you X amount of time to live and they kept their an away they know that something horrible is about to happen and the world started and Shou started
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to hit them left and right with the army of Israel and he captured the king of Amalek agog there was the king of Amalek alive that call our machinery malefic olive and kill the entire nation only one of them left a god the king is alive doesn't make sense usually the first one you want to kill is the king if you go to war today army - an army then you have the chief of
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Israel army in combat and the chief of Syria army and you have an opportunity to kill him that will make the entire army of Syria run away when they see that chief is dead they will take away all the all the anxiety and then a passion to fight when your when your commander is dead everybody knows it so no they don't kill him they leave him on the side okay by a militia will be armed
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Allah God doesn't make sense they didn't have mercy on the babies but they have mercy on the most wicked one the one who is in charge of all the murderers if you go and fight against the Hamas or Hezbollah first one you wanna kill its distance I'm allowed the other murderer the last one you should have mercy on is the chief of the murderers but they have Mel Fiona GOG they don't kill him that's going on it and they didn't want to kill the Sheep
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they left the ship shaped his millions of dollars very hard to kill innocent sheep by a shame said so so they didn't kill the sheep and the cows but everything else they destroy the it virus mmol now a shame comes to samuel the prophet and he said to him i regret that i agree that king saul will be the king i regret it because he did not listen to
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my instructions it did ninety-nine point nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine percent one he left one that's it and the ship by Harley Schmo L got very upset Samuel the Prophet vaisakhi lashem Cola lillah if Hashem come to one of us and tell us I regret that I made this person the Prime Minister of Israel a sham okay I agree with you or I disagree with you
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one of the two why do I know and God is near God sleeps no sham samwell was screaming and crying all night for him to have mercy on him because he knew if a sham came to me and told me I regret I made him the king something horrible is about to happen we're asking shmulik Raja will came to chaol early in the morning to see him to meet him well God will make people came to to Samuel and told him King Saul is on the way to see you on a camel and the note
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of Israel over there we have over a red rag Gilgal from there they went all the way to a place called the Google buy a Volvo eligible some welcome to Seoul by oh malucia all babu hatela shame king saul say to him bless you to a gem i did everything a sham told me that's what he says and family well told him what is the voice of the goats that i hear he
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said we brought them from the nation of Amalek because the nation didn't say me say the nation of Israel Mel C on this goat in the cows because they want to sacrifice all of them to a shame as a thank you for winning in a wall vet IO tariff mmm no but the majority we already killed biomass
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militia will some will say to King Saul leave me alone for a minute let me tell you what a shame told me all night Ryoma well you are the head of the tribe of israel and a shame made you by putting the oil on your head made you the first king and the most important person perhaps in the world and ashamed told you to destroy them and don't leave them alone until you finish the job why
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didn't you listen to a shame and you left leftovers and made a sham very upset by all my shoulders from well I heard the voice of God and I follow his instructions almost perfectly but our intention was to sacrifice them we know we're not gonna let them leave if we already kill them we might as well sacrifice them no very good point I want
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to ask you a question so far King Saul is a wicked person or is a righteous person he had bad intention is like a personal going does something against the shams will know he used his own opinion he thought that what a sham told him is one thing but I'm gonna do even better how many of us are like this the Torah said to do one and we want to do much more the Torah has to warn us not to give more than Mahad Sita shaken
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the reach the Pooh everyone gives half a shekel why because the Torah won't know that the rich people want to give a lot more who wants to give five ten dollars for the Potomac - I want to give a lot more they said the rich people are not allowed to give more than a caseta shakers for this mitzvah why you know many examples the Torah save our cultivate savato shamil okay ha you eat until you feel will be very full that's when you bench when you do build cut Amazon what are we doing we don't wait until we very very
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full with one ounce of bread and we already make milk at Amazon there's many examples and Asham told us something and we are doing it much better than what he asks so what's the problem it's not only wanted to leave them alone it would it would sacrifice them so why I was so angry at him so the answer of Sam will answer that he said I almost well a half-wit Slayer shame by Allah to spa him do you think a sham really need
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sacrifices a shame needs to listen to him that's why I always tell people don't kiss me listen to me that's why they were that's what anyone would say two partners won't beat up the other one but he kissed him all the time that's the partner say listen don't kiss me and don't hit me what's the point of kissing me when you're so bad very good it's better than all these kisses and flowers
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so it says shame wanted you to listen to him not to sacrifice and he was turning around to live King Saul was holding his coat and the wing of the coat got ripped and he saw it said to him the same way you just ripped my clothes shame is ripping the Kingdom of Israel from you and giving it to your friend that is better than you and only then King Saul
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realized the mistake he made and he said Fattah T Kiev RTL piace me right I made a scene because I violated the clear instructions of a shame because I was afraid of the nation what they gonna say he had a hard test that's like let's admit it wasn't it the easy test that's what I wanted to do and I didn't want to go against them and please now ask Hashem to forgive me and then after that as I said he turned around
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they ripped his chair and he told him the end of the story and finished and then King and then prophet Samwell which the Torah teaching us that was equal to Moshe and our own combined Moses an album together prophet Samwell is like both of them combined in his level Suellen away when he was a kid by a Leah Cohen it was a kid they already oisin spoke to him a kid he took the sword and killed a
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guard and that was the end of it in the meantime until it happens this agog had an opportunity to make one woman pregnant and the nation of Amalek started from zero and grew up until the story of who him a man a gaggy ha man that wants to destroy all Jews from 127
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countries come to the king of cash rewards a strange nation with strange religion different language different clause if you give me permission I'll give you ten thousand pieces of pure silver who knows how many tens of millions of dollars would cost today was very very rich this Haman Haman is actually more wealthy than a hodgepodge that's how wealth is so I'm gonna give you a donation I'll give you a fortune just give me the stamp to write a letter
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that the Jewish blood is permitted now to everyone who is determined a man a gaggy why Harmon almost killed all Jews King Saul 2,400 years later each layer the Germans we have all reason to believe that this is also a descendants of over Malik what do they want to do they want to kill all Jews regardless half Jewish quarter Jewish
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didn't kill anyone with some Jewish bloody name DNA let's get rid of them so technically the Holocaust is actually a continuation from what happened with this world that I'm describing to you here but I want to ask you one question and we'll conclude this and then we talk about something else one question I want to ask King Saul it wasn't a stupid man as a junior big holy genius person from
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the descendants of what is tell this old story Esther came from him because he was a very modest person men when does the Torah gives compliment to a man from being modest usually it's always about women the most important thing here whether you're modest or not modest to the men on the street you know that's it some women they matters to their husband and very very not modest on the street the opposite of what he should be with her
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husband should finally you know have a husband but in the men on the street no one should ever enjoy an inch from her body today is the other way around so one way or the other what's happening here the Torah gives the compliment to King Saul that it was first of all righteous second very modest and the merit that he was modest Esther came from him even a few mahal to speaks about his descendants what came out of him but we
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still have few questions that we have to clarify one it was after King David he did everything he came to kill him he was 100% sure that he deserved execution and he ran after him and his own children rebelled against him who Jonathan his son became friendly with King David and was giving him messages to save him from his own father he got to a point that he threw a spear next to his son almost killed his own son called in vain Nevada murdered I was giving him
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signs with the arrows and will warn you from my father and his daughter Michal the daughter of Showell went and married of it this is one of the only places in a Tanna that it described clearly a love of a woman to amend how much she loved him she confronted her own father helping da vida Melek and eventually became his wife and then he lost there and then he took her back the whole
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story with Paul T been lies McManus I never touched her the whole time that she wasn't working David because if she was sure he had relation with him then she couldn't go back to talking to King David if you divorce your wife and she did not marry to another men but she had some kind of relation with another man even one time but not as a married woman and you want to bring her back to be a wife as long if she wasn't officially married to another man you can bring her
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back and what she did was an act of a prostitution but if she officially got married to another man and got divorce and now she want to go back to a first husband after she got the votes from the second husband it's not permitted unless if your coin if you divorce your wife a second after she's forbidden to you for eternity you cannot bring her back you know there's one the one person here in Queens he lives next to Main Street I don't know if he's still there but ten
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years ago it was still there it became religious and got divorce from his wife she didn't want to become religious I tried a or two he got tired of her they got divorce he went to learn Torah no and he never heard from her ever again few years later they told him don't you think it's about time to get remarried fine you learning Torah you became Bo Hashem you know a lot of Torah between a man needs a woman so we have a date for
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you where is the place the name of the girl is such-and-such is going to be waiting for you in this place his restaurant or whatever so he went to the date and who was in a date is ex-wife fully-auto Dux religious so story right here in Main Street I actually met the son from after they got married religious well they told me haha one time he gave speech in a shul and then someone told me you know the
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story of this family they got the vols they got separated for few years and without knowing about each other there no connection no nothing they went on a date and here it was his ex-wife is there but this time religious what's the odds that something like this would happen so my question to you is before we conclude with this subject there's a lot to be said but I just want to
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clarify one point King Saul was a very smart man if God would speak to one of us there are two possibilities if you will come to me and say to me go and kill the nation of Amalek go killed the all the murderers and all the terrorists and their children I would tell him I'm not the right person for the job a sham please have mercy on me send somebody that can kill I cannot even kill a bug you want me to kill babies forget about
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it it's not for me but if I was able to kill the kids with no problem because Hashem said so it's needless to say I will kill a god why shall we left him well what's the point here and yet I understand why he left the ship that's very logical why to burn millions of dollars if we can do some Nitra with that no if there was lots of gold who occupy a nation and they have tons of
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Tanks of full of gold and a ship's a gathering of everything that they have and I say you know what let's not get rid of the gold let's take the gold and make from the gold lots of good things we send it to achieve old people can learn they have enough money to learn Torah will use it by burning so much gold right we understand that but after all this is us King Xiao was in a much higher level the he should have known when I sense a something is very specific we know that
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the sheep ward millions but what's millions for shame you go like this and they give you millions from a different dog doesn't need you to get the millions in an unconscious way so what was the calculation of King Saul who thinks he knows has to be what it sounds what was on his mind that he wanted to live a gag why let's see was clever here no what do you think what's the reason he wanted to
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live a gag from a gag yeah well if a person had an opportunity to kill Hitler and he think maybe Italy one day will have a grandson that would be a convert so he would leave it let alone doesn't make sense I'll tell you why he knew that the obligation to kill all the Sheep only come into effect after
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you kill all people because there's and all there how do you feel fill them the order of Hashem Hashem say to destroy that Malik first man the women the children and then only death what everything that they owned so as long as you did not finish the mission of killing all people you don't have yet the obligation to kill the animals your obligation to kill the animals will start will go into effect after the last
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Amalek he will die once you finish that part of the order the second step is coming into an effect as long as you did not you're not obligated to kill them so king Chou was a wise man you say that's an ashamed say overall to destroy them right now I have an obligation to kill the Sheep no why I'm gonna leave this agog let him suffer entire nation being destroyed so it's very good because seeing your entire
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nation dying it's a very big suffering I will only kill him in the end after he suffers so much seeing what happened to his nation will kill him in the end but why wouldn't I kill him right away let me first take all these thousands of sheep sacrifice them to a shame we get something good out of it and only after I finish sacrificing them only five or ten I'll kill him and I'll kill those five and ten I'll kill the people I'll
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keep the sheep and everything will be perfect that was his plan of course in one livingmylife the chief of the terrorists we wouldn't do such stupid thing it's obvious but that's the problem that when ashame said it one time a shame came to Moshe and say God sorrow at emedia name go and fight against the media name and after that you're going to die after that
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Moshe Hashem didn't tell him when to kill them so now he didn't say now five years from now ten years from now Moshe could also be a wise guy okay who wants to die since they kill them going to war with this wicked nation after you done with them I'll take you to heaven I'll take you away from you so much she wants to leave okay let's take it slow ride away went to the
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wall it could have do it nicholae that's the whole point it's called the RAM banning invented the beautiful term you hear it a lot today it's called novel beer shooter tava novel what's the proper word in English rabbi for the word novel novel bill shooter Torah well it's a tricky word we have to find the right definition for it who knows why would you say novel in English it's not exactly a coke novel
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it's a combination of few things who dishonest tricky sleazy deceiving the combination of all things this is the hard world huh I didn't hear villain yeah that would be the right one villain yeah well with your accent I would have to give the whip speak better English than mine Jeff maybe you save us do you
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know the right word for in English for the world novel novel bill shooter - I'll describe what it means and you tell me the right word for it it's someone who used the law to do what's good for him in a kosher way he won't violate the rules nipple ate everything it does is legal you calm you check his books everything it's nothing you can do but everyone agree you know what they saying Evo its
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cashier eval Masseria its culture but it stink that's what it means I hope you get the point so an agenda we all have our an agenda I always say to people there are two ways to seen a person feel that his desire is going all the way up to the to the sky and he finally wants to make a scene unfortunately you know no one is perfect now when you decided to make a scene you have to be educated to know how first of
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all not to make a severe scene and to make a scene that when you wanna collect it you will be able to collect it in a day not when years of suffering you understand I'll give you I just give you one example if a person wanted now to turn the light on on Shabbos for whatever reason these needs money he wanted to read something it became dark he doesn't want to eat in the darkness is why didn't set that the Shabbos clock on time yes gasps is embarrassed
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yeah there's reasons why one slight and he decided I don't care I'm gonna turn the light on now there's two ways to turn the light on you come to the light you turn it on with your hand what scene is that it's a scene from the Torah you created fire and the punishment for that is execution by stoning and you lost your shell to the world to come however if you for instance took out your shoe and throw it to the switch and
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that shoe turn the switch on which law you did you violated a rabbinical law only no execution no cut for the soul note that by stoning and one day you wanna collected you have to do a small jouvert what small chuhwa shame forgive me I didn't keep this Levitical law everybody understand this with all due respect to all a binnacle law it doesn't cut you from the Eternity and it doesn't
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put you to stoning languish am I have me tabulation I'm not by the bidding but you know that calm ashika to commit abolition I'm not even 1% of them get into man doesn't become materialized if the I have meet Abby - are mine will really take place according accordingly the way it should not one person would survive in a world you know one person in the world that is not have meet Abby - our mind today show me one person like
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this include that guy who came here to screams right in short a shortage so tape a tool I told you it's what it reminds me one time I went they told me you know there's a guy there was a French chef in the restaurant in Manhattan in an unconscious time and he lived with a roommate and his roommate was a bad Chava Sephardic religious guy and they lived together they bought not married so he comes to where I spoke it was in
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Brooklyn it's I want you to come speak to my roommate say well you know I'm only finishing the lecture around 12 will he wait for me to come we say yeah it's only a few blocks away yeah he's gonna is up he's up until 8:00 I went there and the guy started to curse the religion and his bad luck and I want to die I wish you will take me so from all the aggravation that he had i right though I realized that he's a great believer of a shame because they say I wish you will take me already I wish you
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will kill me I wish so then he started to show me all kinds of holes that he made in a sheetrock see this hole I made it with my forehead you see this one with my leg see what I pocket I wish I would not get up in the morning we say to me so I said after trying to speak to him for 15 minutes I realized why the way this person didn't come to listen he came to give a speech he want to get it out of his system okay 15 minutes I I
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became the Western world every complaining head i absorb now enough all right give us give us a break I say it's not going anywhere it's already almost 1:00 o'clock at night so then I shall give me a great idea you say to me I say to him you know what you don't have to worry Oh first I convinced this woman he had another woman okay the person who got me there wasn't really living there it was no
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friend but there's to whom its living young guy and this chef the chef was in the late 30s at that time so the younger who made as we speak I managed to convince him to come to the she vine one see as we speak so I said to him I'm gonna pick you up phew so yeah okay no problem so when the other one saw that the other one so quickly agreed to come to yeshiva he started to get to become paranoid so you say to me why you can't leave me alone so I said to him what do you care I'm gonna go in a week and I'm gonna see
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how it is so after that I saw he's continuing to give speeches I said to him listen you know what you don't have to worry about anything you don't have to keep anything you can do whatever you want so he kept saying I'm gonna kill myself I wish you will kill me if not I'll kill myself I say you can kill yourself can do whatever you want don't worry about you're dismissed so he looks at me so what do you mean I say well it says in the Torah short epitome emits what what does it mean
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someone was a fool like the same English a is dismissed from keeping mitts vote mitts vote is for an intelligent human being not for someone that is - black you can do whatever you want you want to kill yourself kill yourself so he started to smile but the Angwin who get the point faster than him he told him what are you smiling you fool you don't understand what he's saying he's saying that you were morons that's what he told him amiibo the whole thing is
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enable so when he started to realize that I actually told him something he thought I'm telling him you can do whatever you want it's a dick no problem you realize why he got very offended so I started to kill me it was mahashiv second before he's gonna break something on my head and was pushing me out to the door how dare you come to my utilities so I care about this guy miss him by the way I saw is much guy in one of the restaurants he likes I'm six months ago
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I told him I remember 15 years ago what happened so what happen is once I'm on the way out I'm getting kicked out literally out of his apartment this guy Neeson said what did you do to me I bought you two making religious you tell them you should kill yourself I say to eveness him everything that people tried with him doesn't help because he doesn't listen he just want see thing is getting a free psychologist to come to listen to his problems
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somebody has to shake him up don't worry you'll see that everything will work out say no what did you do now I regret so much I came here the next day calls me up you say you're not gonna believe what happened I say what he said I'm coming to the shoal in the morning 7 o'clock I look next to me who do I say this French chef in the shoe seven o'clock in the morning right away became religious the next day right then after that used to
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make tapes we used to those days there were no cities yet there was only audio tapes and they had over there in the shul in Brooklyn there's a show called hind child of rabbi semento vallabha shalom passed away but i don't know 14 15 years ago that's about a year before he passed away the story he became moussaka ellaby he left the non kosher restaurant was eating was feeding pork too many Jews in Manhattan he dropped the job and he
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started to make tapes and give out to people from all the talk election of a base amount of and other rabbis within days didn't days so the idea is we have to know when you speak to a person what really he wants to say not what he says what he really wants to say rough sharp they're addictive raka was the head of the pawn of each Shiva he passed away by the air he was 107 years old it was
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actually the leader of the entire religious world everyone sorry the sky Nazihah city everyone knew that is the top authority even made a show about him in an American television and an article in The New York Times a word of a hundred years old men decide what all the ultra-orthodox people in the world would vote in this laylee election how is it possible that an old man that sits in his tiny apartment decide who would vote for who and everyone listens to him
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that they couldn't understand the Americans how can it be that a person like this have such influence and so many people so not sure one time a person came to him and we say to him rabbi I don't know what to do anymore Jacques was there and his assistant he isn't a Sephardic assistant his name is a strike until today is a very big figure in a in a black community so he's listening to the conversation so this
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person comes to have sharp is Sarabhai I don't know what to what to do anymore I left that yeshiva he quit with one yeshiva that he was teaching there and I opened my own yeshiva not across the street in the other side of town and the chief rabbi of this yeshiva is not letting me not giving me a break everything is fighting against me we tell all the rich people not to donate to me what is it this business I went far away I opened my own yeshiva you
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don't want to help me but why go against me so as he speaks he speaks and speaks half shut up you went to a closet it took out a bunch of money like these staff of dollars many hundred dollar bills thousands of dollars he came to him and say here this is for you have a good luck he gave it to him thank you have I thank you thank you took the money left so so this is sustain from rabbi what's going
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on here I came to tell you that that rabbi is going against him and speak Russian are against him II convinced the wealthy people not to donate to him what do you want to give him donation now he has a problem he said you see you went by what he say I went but what really bothered him what bothered him that the rich people don't donate so I gave him enough money well gate will take him away a month or
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two outside the probably sold a great person bow is penetrated to the mind of a person he speaks to and not only listening to his words he is reading him from inside and that's a real good excellent specialty what a shame on the next lecture that we're gonna have if you remind me we will speak about one
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very important thing how do you reach people how do you read people not only by what they say or how they behave or things that they do or what comes out of their mouth not only by that how do you read people by anything else that most likely nobody pays attention to the shape of their feet their legs the way they walk how stable they are when they walk how they see it how they write how
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their mouth is moving how fast they talk every little detail about their behaving that basically nobody pays attention it's a whole world if you learn it good and I did for the last few years learn more and more deeply into it to be able to read people right away because it's very crucial when you speak to a person for two three minutes you don't have a time to conduct the whole investigation about his life you want to know as much as you can he won't tell you all the truth person come to
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complain about his wife that she's a wage to destroy him and decent that have to see what he's speaking how much of what he say really believe what is he covering what is hiding how bad it really is what kind of person he is is reliable you can trust him you not is a crook not a crook there's all these details showing you much more than what he says because remember no person will come to you and say dear rabbi I'm a big crook and I also married a few people but my wife giving me hard time
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that's the point you have to figure it out without him telling you so that would be beside a shame the next lecture the only that was the goodness it will be very interesting lecture that's the good news the bad news is that next Monday I won't be here I'm going to Israel for four days and then four days in Istanbul in Turkey so if the both legs of Istanbul will let me leave the country on time and schedule to land on the following Monday at 6
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p.m. and right here in JFK that gives me enough time to be a by 8:00 my car's gonna be there and a parking there so by the time I get out will be 7 it's 20 minutes right should be only on time base later she'll remember next Monday I'm not here but the following Monday restaurateur shame I am and the topic will be the movement of the body the body language the body behaving things that affect us that comes from the sub-conscience and that's a lot of
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interesting things and just give you a quick preview from what's what we're going to speak a person that speak and hinting while he speak what does he teach us a person that when he speaks he moves his head up and down or to the sides a person that often his hands when he speaks while door wide open a person that stands with his legs split open
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very open or close or very close the person that is chased is coming forward or his chest going back going back what does it tell us about what he think in his nature a person that checked the hand very strong as a person who horribly horribly move his finger I know these people they'll give you the hand and you try to shake their hands but they're not moving the thing drives me crazy it's about time to understand why they do it right is there really something wrong here maybe it's something positive we will
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find out and and a per the way that the way that a person's seat how his legs the position of his legs when he sees how he leans back or forward what does it each body spirituality but is nature but is gratefulness the person that sit down very slow on the chair like in slow
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motion or a person who just fall on the chair what does it teach us about this person you see this you see this is very critical because if a person would know this language you can speak Hebrew we can speak English you can speak Chinese you won't find in languages these answers remember this is the hidden language as a matter of fact you can learn a lot more about the person then his body behaving then any other way
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that by in speaking or by hymns writing always we whatever you're gonna basically the channels that we are using it's nothing compared to how much we can get from that person by following his actions and I will finish with one story you know I've been telling you many many times that I have a cousin there is a giant in Torah Brennan behaving one of the only people in this world that live exactly to the stand out of the rabbi's
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in the time of the Talmud doesn't waste a minute always learn to live very cool very simple all his mind is in Torah and honesty and integrity and hard work incredible much incredible and he has a gift is a genius besides the point but one time I saw in my own eyes something very interesting I went to visit him in the days that he used to teach in a very big evaluation I mean so we're sitting there my friend and I and he is sitting there
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the rabbi of one of the rabbi's in DC Shiva and every second somebody comes with his mother she do she ingot inch about everyone different subject and asking him questions you look at the question one two three computer the answer is decent that oh you didn't understand that read over there read over there these that write like a bus stop one person after the other then one point one one of the guys came celebrate is a new guy that wants to get accepted to the Shiva so I told
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him where is he now we are sitting in a very big hole maybe three four hundred people sitting there tables hundred tables lots of noise let me be placed so he showing him very far maybe fifty out of the way or forty out of the way this person was more than a hundred feet away I see from far away a guy twenty twenty-one years old standing over them in in the door to their big hole and he said to him where is he say that it's that guy over there so he said to him
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tell him to walk ten step inside I wanna see him so I'm looking I see the guy is walking in they walk together and he calls him that the student he comes to telling me he got accepted and can come tomorrow at nine o'clock so I asked him what you mean the galaxy you don't want to interview the guy you don't want to see drug addict criminal who knows so he said to me now I already interviewed him
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I say how I said I follow his steps the way he walks and everything so I say to him that's how simple it is say it say it's all huzzah lean as that means words of our sages one by one our person walk how he moved you know everything about him so I saw a guy with good my dog shy nice love to learn no problem got accepted to get to this level you have to live what do you think it doesn't just you see a person and you
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imagine you have to know we spoke about this in the past few times but not so deep a little bit we got into it in and out but based on session will make an entire nation about this in two weeks so now thank you very much we'll see you soon

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