Yoseph Janowski
By the Grace of G-d

What can you say about a tragedy?

Our nation has experienced a lot of tragedies.

Egypt. And G-d remembered us and redeemed us.

Exile. And G-d’s prophets reassure us that we will be redeemed, and we will reap the harvest of our efforts.

Egypt was over three thousand years ago. Exile started about two thousand years ago.

It’s a lot of years.

What can you say about a tragedy?

You cry. And you gather yourself together.

And you stand up proud, and tell the world that we will persevere.

That the Jewish people will live forever. And the land of Israel, Eretz Yisroel, is ours forever.

And when that special day of Redemption comes, then the whole world will see, and acknowledge.

Everyone, young and old, from every single nation.

“Praise G-d all nations, praise Him all people.
For He has brought His kindnesses upon us,
and G-d’s truth is apparent in the world.
Praise Him.” (Psalms 117)

Very soon.
I can taste it.
Very soon.

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