#हर सपना साकार हो#

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हर इंसान जिंदगी मेंएक सपना देखता है | ज़िन्दगी में रंग भरने के लिए सपना का होना बहुत जरूरीहैं | हमारा भी एक सपना है जो हमेशा मेरे दिल के करीब रहता है ।

सपने पुरे हो जाए यह ज़रूरी नहीं है , क्योंकि हकीकत अक्सर निर्मम हुआ करती है | यह हरसपने, हर ख्वाब को कड़ी कसौटी पर परखती है और जो सपना उस पर खरा नहीं उतरता उसे टूट कर बिखरने में ज्यादा वक्त नहीं लगता है – हम कामना करें कि हमारे सपने साकार हो ।

हर सपना साकार हो

चलो एक बार फिर.

सहमे क़दमों से, और

बेबस ज़िन्दगी से दूर,

कसमसाती ख्वाहिशे, और

धुंधलाती सपनो से दूर

मुठ्ठी में कुछ सपने हो,

फौलादी इरादे अपने हो

जेबों में अरमान हो, और

खुशियों के सामान हो

मानवता के फुल खिले,और

जीने की आज़ादी हो

हो सुन्दर रचना धरती पर..

कहीं न कोई बर्बादी हो

जाना तो…

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      • The Next פרק of the Book of ויקרא, it contains 6 סוגיות. The first סוגיא, א:יד – יז, ב: א – ג, ב: ד, ב: ה,ו. ב: ז- יג, ב: יד -טז. The Torah learns by means of משנה תורה precedents. Thereafter, Books of the later Prophets too serve as precedents whereby a scholar learns the mussar commandments of the Torah. This sh’itta (method) of learning the Written Torah as the first Common Law codification, this most essential precedent of how to correctly learn the Torah, it proves conclusively that the NaCH Order\Codification likewise organized as through the sh’itta of common law. Hence the Talmud learns likewise through this common law sh’itta.

        The attempts made by Reshonim scholarship to learn the Written Torah down to its simple פשט, which some understood as grammar, contrasts with Rashi’s unique sh’itta of learning פשט. He affixed Midrash and Aggaditah to a specific verse. Rashi’s exceptionally terse language did not explain the logic by which he accomplished his utterly amazing commentary upon the Chumash. Oral Torah logic, classically taught one on one with a Rabbi to a pupil. Alas even before the Rambam Civil War, many if not most rabbinic authorities had lost the skill\wisdom of the פרדס Oral Torah logic. Hundreds of super commentaries written on the Rashi Chumash commentary. Personally have not seen a single post Rashi commentary which understood the פרדס system of logic.

        This absolute disaster serves as proof of the brutal realities of g’lut. The harsh environmental conditions which threatened the very continued existence and survival of g’lut Jewry. Scattered by the Romans, following the 3 Wars which resulted in our total defeat. Jews, thrown into g’lut, defeated, decimated survivors of those brutal revolts; sold as slaves, forced to live in hostile societies who hated and detested the ‘cursed wandering Jews’. ‘Condemned by God to forever wander the earth’, as despised and detested refugees – who have no rights.

        The vast majority of the Jewish people under these conditions assimilated, embraced, and copied the cultures and customs of the societies wherein they struggled to survive and continue to exist. The same realities equally affected Sephardi and Ashkenazi g’lut Jewry. The halachic codes made by the B’hag, Rif, and Rosh they sharply contrast against the later works produced by assimilated scholars like the Rambam, the Tur, the Shulchan Aruch, and the ghetto Polish commentaries made upon that latter worthless code of statute law.

        The day and night difference between Rashi’s commentary and the later super commentaries upon Rashi … they closely compare to post Rambam Civil War Talmudic scholarship which clearly had no knowledge of the פרדס Oral Torah logic format — designed to employ this unique sh’itta of logic to interpret the Written Torah mussar commandments. The rabbinic authorities after the Rambam, they compare to herds of buffalo who run off the edge of a cliff, chased by leaves blowing into the wind.

        Post Shoah, many Israelis utterly despised the Shoah survivors. Israeli society viewed their willingness to simply walk passively to their deaths as an absolute disgrace which revealed their despicable cowardness. Following the Eichmann Trial, Israelis embraced a different point of view. We had a better grasp of the horrors of the Nazi war crimes. We thereafter better understood and recognized the horrid plight of European Jewry.

        Sephardi rabbinic authorities in mass, they volunteered to kiss the butt of ancient Greek philosophers. This decision compares to the plight of Shoah survivors. It therefore requires that later generations strive to appreciate and understand the harsh physical environment which directly challenged our Jewish survival as a people.

        The facts testify to their defense: Jewish communities they did survived, despite taxation without representation, arbitrary expulsions, absolute poverty and destitute misery, constant slanders, degradations and humiliations. Consequently rabbinic Judaism merits more than simple pity. Rabbinic Judaism, church Priests and Pastors, they often persecuted those Rabbinic authorities first, and only thereafter butchered & slaughtered the hapless Jewish common man. The Shach (1622-1663), a Polish lord murdered him as a sacrifice.

        Jews, my Yeshiva peers, who study the Shulchan Aruch, virtually all view the commentaries made by the Shach and his son in law the TaZ, as absolutely essential to understand that statute law codification. Rav Nemuraskii chose to reveal the פרדס logic system only to myself. My peers who did not learn this definitive sh’itta of Rabbi Akiva, they do not merit contempt for their ignorance.

        Post Shoah Israel, perhaps we compare to a turtle that slowly emerges from within its protective shell. 2000+ years of g’lut, even after the attainment of National Independence as a People, only slowly do the differences emerge which distinguish a free independent nation from despised refugee populations who endured harsh environments in g’lut societies. All of whom, with the big exception of the United States, have generally abhorred and detested the existence of Jewish refugees within their borders. Some South American governments, of the Catholic new world, immediately after WWII, with the blessings of Poop Pius XII, openly embraced and concealed Nazi War criminals.

        With this preamble introduction completed,,, let’s learn. A slightly distant precedent דברים יז: ח – יג. The mussar instruction of the משנה תורה contrasts with the non-commandment Oleh bird offering. The משנה תורה obligates our bnai brit allied People to present our disputes before lateral common law courts. A precise exact precedent, כד: א-ד. The mussar instruction here compares the Cohen bnai brit alliance among our people to a divorced and remarried woman. That woman’s first husband, should not despise and detest his ex-wife. In like manner, Jews who have a dispute with other Jews, we need to respect our alliance together as a People.
        Consider ישעיה ג: טז – יז as a precedent which supports the k’vanna of this mussar.

        The משנה תורה now weighs the mussar k’vanna toward a meal offering dedication. A slightly removed precedent, דברים ה: יב – טו. The instruction compares the brit relationship with our people to honoring and respecting shabbot from chol. The brit relationship sets our people apart from all other Goyim on the Planet Earth, just as shabbot stands separated from the days of chol. Another slightly removed precedent: ח: יט – כ. The mussar here stands on the יסוד of the disgraceful behavior of the brothers of Yosef. If we despise and hate our people, how can we honor our oath brit relationship with HaShem?

        A exact precise precedent: טו: ז – יא. Here the Torah compares giving a loan, when requested by the poor among our people,,, even if the shmitta year approaches. Respecting the dignity of even the poor among our people, it measures and defines the precondition of loving HaShem with all our wealth; as expressed through the language of the kre’a shma. A precedent which supports this mussar, ישעיה א:א-ט.

        Shall learn the next three סוגיות as one intact סוגיא: ב: ד – יג. A distant not precise precedent, דברים ב: ח – ל. This mussar precedent compares the negative commandment, not to make war upon Moav, despite the decree which bans all Moav males from becoming Jewish. Irregardless, the Avraham/Lot family relationship merits respect. This mussar makes reference to the Wilderness generation. Learned in context, that cursed generation clearly they would not and did not respect the oath brit alliance cut among and between the nation of Israel @ Sinai and Horev.

        The king of Sichon, he informed Avraham of the capture of Lot. None the less, this does not compare to the alliance which Avraham and Lot swore to one another. The language: HaShem hardened his spirit and heart against Israel, it compares to a similar language touching Par’o in Egypt in the days of Moshe.

        A much closer, but still slightly removed precedent: ה: א – י. The Oral Torah brit explanation of the revelation of Horev’s interpretation of the Sinai experience. Only Israel accepted this revelation, which resembles a 10 commandment statute law! To discern between Common vs. Statute law — it compares to differentiate respect for our bnai brit people from all other Goyim; both this and that live as human beings. Our assimilated failure, to differentiate between our shared oath alliance cut between ourselves, from alien Goyim who have no such oath alliance – effectively guarantees bringing Torah curses upon our heads, and upon the heads of our children and their children etc.

        Contrast a distant precedent: ו: כ – כה. On Pesach night the question asked by the wise child, together with its תשובה. All generations of Israel came out of Egypt. Hence our people strongly advised to always separate the k’vanna of our behavior toward our own people, as contrasted by non bnai brit Goyim – family first.

        Another slightly distant precedent: דברים טו:יב – כג. Sending away the Eved Iveri, respecting his dignity and giving him the means to start his life over again. The bnai brit folk have an obligation to for-ever remember our deliverance from Egyptian slavery. An exact and precise precedent: כד: יז – כה: יט The positive commandment to guard the dignity of the poor and weak among our people. Court room righteous justice, when our people dispute among ourselves – this compares to respecting the dignity of the fatherless and widow. The יסוד of respect, equally applies also even to all domestic animals under our command.

        In like and equal measure the positive commandment of Yevbum. Protecting and respecting the dignity of our people, the positive commandment to protect ‘their’ backs. This positive commandment equally expressed through our business practices among and between our bnai brit people. A popular opinion, that we Jews have lost the ‘fear of heaven’ to do the mitzva of Yevbum. If so then we have equally lost the ‘fear of heaven’ to practice honest and straight business dealings with our people.

        Absolutely no difference between the positive commandments of Yevbum and honesty in business. Both require ‘fear of heaven’. The master of a good name, builds a reputation – shared among his neighbors, that that righteous man guards the backs of his bnai brit people. He gives them heart, during hard times when they endure anguish and distress. Unlike the ”’friends”’ of Job. A precedent learned from ישעיה ט:יג – י:לב, the prophet gives a exceedingly bitter and very harsh g’lut mussar.

        The closing סוגיא of ויקרא פרק ב: By now משנה תורה common law, obvious to all, the sharp day and night difference between this type of legal system from that of Statute law, as expressed in the tumah codes of the Rambam, Tur, and Karo codes. The Book of ויקרא opens with the kleppot shells of religious korbanot ritualism. This 3rd Book of the Torah absolutely requires the משנה תורה to understand the k’vanna of these positive time oriented commandments. Worlds separate the substance of tefillah, from the forms of the written Siddur.

        The substance of government, the current leaders calling the shots. The forms of government, the halls of Congress or the Knesset building. The sharp contrast between the substance vs. the forms of Government. The Prime Minister together with his Cabinet, who devises and determines State strategic and tactical policies. Far removed and different from the buildings wherein these leaders conduct the business of State. In like manner the k’vanna which requires that the Moshiach builds the Beit Hamikdash.

        A slightly distant precedent: דברים יב: כט – יג:א. The P’sach killing of the first born contrasts with assimilation which arouses the desires to pursue the customs manners practices and ways of Goyim societies who never accepted the revelation of the Torah @ Sinai & Horev. Another slightly removed precedent: כג:כב – כד. The forms of korbanot intrinsically depend upon the k’vanna of the oaths and vows sworn by the person who dedicates a korban, holy to HaShem. This closing סוגיא has no precise משנה תורה precedent. But ישעיה כז:יב – כח:ד functions as an exact precedent. Here the mussar differentiates between the gaulah of Yechudah, from the klippah g’lut of Ephraim. Woe to the statute halachah fools, who confuse the forms of halachic ritualism. With the substance of k’vanna, required by all positive time oriented commandments – dedicated as a korban – holy to HaShem. HaShem commands the substance of k’vanna of positive time oriented commandments … not the forms of halachic ritualism and worship.

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  1. बहुत ही सुंदर पंक्ति 🌹🌹

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