The Lag B’Omer 2017, with Rebbe Shimon’s children’s, future in our hands!

Hope this finds you all well and is a pleasure to see you in Israel last time. I look forward to your visit in 2017 with Simchas!DSC03698 We are making our 1st Family Bar Mitzvah July 2nd, please G-d this is really exciting! Especially with the charitable Joyous time of Lag Bomer 5777, sharing with our children, with the Summer also together, so soon! 🙂

Here is now my cause and a new video with UPDATE  .

1. We are looking for our supporters to donate $54,000 for our whole years of all our children’s afternoon lunch meals i.e. for daily hot nourishing meals for 90 of our 110 students! Your welcome sponsor one child for $600 for the whole year of nourishing meals! (A small percent is paid for by our country and children’s parents, therefore we need $50 per child per month).
So please sponser Yankee or Noah for $600 forDonateNowActionButton the whole year and he can personally send his sincere thanks! Donate at the new PayPal.me -> Donate Generously! 
 

2. Thank you also for your time and opportunity – to kindly support improving our equipment and facilities to help our children at our registered – charity of Future SpecialEd – FSEducation #Education!

No automatic alt text available.Enclosed distribution program, including costs, for equipment and furniture etc., the official amounts have been applied for with foundations and trusts.
Please click here for full table of costs and any amount from 100 to 1000 sterling will help beyond words. Our goal is to raise 15,000.00 Sterling or a $20,000 donation from the Foundation or supporter will kindly cover 75,000,00 Shekels of costs to improve our equipment and thus service our children better!

The highest moment is within and the fire shines to all around.

‪#‎Inspired new article to spread the light of ‪#‎positive ‪#‎focus and ‪#‎Emunah‬! You are invited to share this onward and upwards. We appreciate all your support and thank all our friends, people and talents I have enjoyed working with. – >blogs.timesofisrael.com/late-night-party-students-d…/

The Light within and without in Jerusalem to be revealed 🙂

Thanks for all the prayers for cholei Yisrael whose are all please G-d on the mend thanks to your support and Baruch Hashem, Hodu L’Hashem kitov “Its good to thank G-d” the real healer!
New vids and pics from lag bomer 2013-7 http://youtu.be/
R’ Mottel Zilber – Pre-Lag Ba’Omer Hisorerus –
Rav Zilber spoke in English about Sefirah and Lag Ba’Omer. The importance of purifying ourselves in preparation for receiving the Torah. Changing

Rebbe Rav Tzvi Meir Silberberg lights up Jerusalem lag B’omer 2013 and 5777!

Israel: Photo medical staff meeting in Meron today in preparation 1500,000 expected Lag B’omer, 1 week from today

 And Rebbe Shimon’s light with all of us shinning too!Last years pics and this years coming soon!

From Jerusalem people like myself including hundreds of thousands of Jews, are making their way to the Galilean city of Meron Saturday night and Sunday, May 14th, 2017Lag B’Omer, participating in the annual celebration of Lag Ba’Omer. Well truth is last year i didn’t end up going for family reasons so click here -> in how we lit up Jerusalem 2012! Police in the quiet town situated just one mountain away from the mystical city of Tzfat are expecting half a million Jews to arrive, traveling in busses, private cars, and some even on foot.  As of 7:30pm Wednesday night, its expected for 20,000 people to have already arrived. Lag Ba’Omer is the 33rd day of the 50 day count between the holiday of Pesach (Passover), at which time the Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt, and the holiday of Shavuot, at which time they received the Torah at Mount Sinai.  However, it is also the day of the passing of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai (sometimes known by the acronym Rashbi), was a rabbi in the time of the Mishna, after the destruction of the Second Temple.  The pre-eminent disciple of the great Rabbi Akiva, he was – like his predecessor – a vocal opponent of the Roman occupation of the Land of Israel, and was forced to go into hiding for 13 years with his son, Rabbi Eliezer, in order to avoid imprisonment by the Romans. However, Rabbi Shimon’s foremost legacy is the Zohar, the fundamental work of the Kabbalah, the teachings of Jewish mysticism.  It is primarily for this reason that the day of his passing is celebrated by the Jewish people.  Tradition records that on the day of his death, Rabbi Shimon revealed to his students the deepest secrets of mysticism, causing a day which would have been sorrowful and bitter to become a day of celebration and rejoicing

Looking forward to an even higher deeper and happier Lag B’Omer this year please G-d! Check out last years pics (hillula or yahrtzeit of bar Yochai, who is purported to have authored the Zohar, a landmark text of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition, on the day of bar Yochai’s death, he revealed the deepest secrets of the Kabbalah. This day is seen as a celebration of the giving of the hidden, mystical Torah through Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, as a parallel to Shavuot, which celebrates the giving of the revealed Torah through Moses. On the day of his death, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai instructed his students to celebrate this day as a holiday to commemorate the vast amount of mystical teachings which he revealed at that time.

Kabbalistic significance

Lag BaOmer has another significance based on the Kabbalistic custom of assigning a Sefirah to each day and week of the Omer count. The first week corresponds to Chesed, the second week to Gevurah, etc., and similarly, the first day of each week corresponds to Chesed, the second day to Gevurah, etc. Thus, the 33rd day, which is the fifth day of the fifth week, corresponds to Hod she-be-Hod (Splendor within [the week of] Splendor). As such, Lag BaOmer represents the level of spiritual manifestation or Hod that would precede the more physical manifestation of the 49th day (Malkhut she-be-Malkhut, Kingship within [the week of] Kingship), which immediately precedes the holiday of  Shavuos!

I don’t remember if it was Tony Bennett or Frank Sinatra (maybe both?) that sang, “I left my heart in San Francisco”. I can safely say that I left mine in Meron. Meron on Lag B’Omer defies description. This year, I won’t be able to be in Meron for Lag B’Omer, because I’ll be on a plane to Singapore; my first task is to spread emuna around the globe. But, if you can imagine a Woodstock of complete holiness, with the spirit of one of our people’s greatest tzaddikim of all time – Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai – walking around in your midst, where the tears of elation mix with the tears of a broken heart, dancing on air in perfect unity with people you might not speak to all year long, while on-the-house food and drink flow out of trees and stones, that’s Meron – a little place of heaven on earth. Here’s a small taste from a few years ago (takes a few seconds to load).  From Lazer Brody with thanks!
ההדלקה במירון על ידי האדמו”ר מתולדות אהרון משהו מיוחד

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