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Midrash and Talmud


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“Tell me, prior to G-d’s creation of the world, was all that we see about us in ex­istence?”

“Of course not!” replied the man.

“Listen then to your words,”said Gevihah. “If the thing which was never in existence, was able to be called from nothingness and live, by the power of the Al-Mighty’s breathing life into him, is it not possible for G-d to take the man who once did in truth live and breathe and re­awaken him?”

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The poor farmer was thunderstruck and mortified. He ran back to the Chofetz Chaim and fell on his knees before the tzaddik, his eyes filled with tears.

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“Every year when I do the service in the Kodesh HaKedashim I behold a figure, that of an old man – an angel – who is always dressed in white and who enters and leaves with me.

The sages asked them, “Why are you unwilling to instruct others?”

Shimon HaTzaddik was appalled that the young man had become a nazir knowing that his hair would be cut.

“Let us ask that gentleman to explain this difficult passage to us,” they said to one another.

Her deed found great favor in the eyes of the Almighty and He sent blessings on the work of her hands so that she became wealthy.

On the third day, while waiting outside, they again heard a noise from the room.

“What!” she cried. “Didn’t you know that the ring contained an expensive diamond, which was worth a lot of money?”

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