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This is a juvenile way of thinking. In contrast, Rabbi Kook would say, we believe in God, understand that He is Master of the World, and thank Him for the gift of the renewed Jewish State. At the same time, we realize that rebuilding a nation it is a colossal undertaking and that there are problems along the way. That’s why we are working hard and trying to improve everything that we can, just the way we are supposed to behave in God’s great plan for the world, to do our part to perfect His Creation. We realize that growth is a slow developing process. What can we do? A large chunk of our work force is missing. They have chosen to live out their lives somewhere else, in foreign gentile lands, and wait for Mashiach – while the Israelis do all the work – so they don’t get any dirt on their Florsheims.

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To be continued tomorrow…

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Meanwhile my children can be frummer Yidden in Monsey. At least they don’t have to worry about zionist pig police dragging them by their peyos out of their yeshivos and throwing them into the zionist preetzus occupational army.

  2. Yes, I can hear galut song now….

    Well, it's one for the money,
    Two for the show,
    Three to get ready,
    Now go, cat, go.

    But don't you step on my Florsheim shoes.
    You can do anything but lay off of my Florsheim shoes.

    Well, you can knock me down,
    Step in my face,
    Slander my name.
    All over the place.

    Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh,
    Honey, lay off of my shoes.
    Don't you step on my Florsheim shoes.
    You can do anything but lay off of my Florsheim shoes.

    You can burn my house,
    Steal my car,
    Drink my liquor.
    From an old fruit jar.

    Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh,
    Honey, lay off of my shoes.
    Don't you step on my Florsheim shoes.
    You can do anything but lay off of my Florsheim shoes.

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