Yoseph Janowski
By the Grace of G-d


What happens when we realize who we really are, and what those around us are really thinking.

What happens when you turn on a light switch, and you are able to see what is and what isn’t.

What happens when October 7 brings darkness, and then everything becomes incredibly illuminated.

Suddenly the world we think we know, isn’t. And a world we never knew existed, is.

And it’s happening everywhere. October 7 brought out the worst in some people, and the best in others.

And, like an X-ray of the soul, we are able to see right through people. Everything becomes clear. Nothing remains hidden. Especially regarding our ability to see within ourselves.

A Jewish nation awakened — to who their true friends and enemies are, and to our own Jewish identity.

The shock and trauma of such an awakening can be very challenging, and at the same time, very liberating. It can be exhilarating to know the truth.

When day breaks, a light shines.

Our sages say, that when the Torah tells us that G-d created light, and (Genesis 1; 4) “He saw that the light was good, and He separated between the light and the darkness,” that this was a light which illuminated everything, so G-d hid this light for the righteous for the future.

Because when everything becomes crystal clear, then Redemption is close by. A time when “Your Master will no longer hide; your eyes will see your Master.” (Isaiah 30; 20) When “All the nations will see that G-d’s Name is called upon you, and they will fear you.” (Deuteronomy 28; 10)

Perhaps the current light and clarity signify that we are very close to the dawning of a new era, a time of miracles and wonders, when a brilliant light will shine, and everyone will become aware of the truth within everything. When “The world will be filled with an awareness of G-d, just as the waters cover the sea.” (Isaiah 11; 9)

May we see the complete Redemption very soon.

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