March 12, 2008

I Love Torah Updates

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 2:50 am

1. There will be an interview on Tuvia Singers Radio Show on Israel National Radio in the coming days that will speak about ilovetorah and how I got started. It will also discuss why I chose to help Bnei Noach. Tuvia is one of the most successful outreach teachers in the world. If you don’t know of his work, visit, I will announce the time it will air soon but it is imminent.
2. Not sure if there will be any new videos for a while, we don’t have enough funding and support right now. Just managing to get by so we don’t have to close. Right now, i am happy for this.
3. I think tomorrow, I shall announce 2 new websites as part of ilovetorah. We have 3 designers and programmers finishing things up.
4. I am still dreaming of the rich person that will come along and give us the support to get back on our feet. We haven’t advertised in one year the kiruv Torah sites yet people are still hearing about it through word of mouth. By miricle, we are actually growing weekly in attendance the last year.

March 11, 2008

The Gam Zu LeTova Challenge

Filed under: Blog Torah — Reb Moshe @ 7:37 am

i challenge everyone to say Gam Zu LeTova (means everything that happens is for the good) for everything that happens good or bad till the end of this week. Nachum Ish Gam Zu was the teacher of the great Rabbi Akiva!

Free Videos by Reb Moshe,

Huge Megilah Sale

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 7:33 am

Time is running out. If you want your very own Megilah for Purim, Contact me right away. All Megilos on Sale!

March 10, 2008

Important Kamaya from Arizal & Biala

Filed under: Blog Torah — Reb Moshe @ 6:00 pm

This is an important Kamaya that I have written for many people tot come close to Hashem. It is from the Arizal and the Biala Rebbe tells everyone to have this in the front of his siddur. The Shulchan Oruch also aludes to it. It combines the letters of a person’s name with neshamah. If you would like, I would be glad to write this for a small donation or I can tell your local sofer how too.
P.S. I have a nice pair of Rabbenu Tam that I am finishing this week.

March 6, 2008

Yeshiva, The Safest Place in the World

Filed under: Current Events — Reb Moshe @ 11:21 pm

When people are killed or injured in a Yeshiva, which is the safest place in the entire world. Hashem wants us to stop and listen. We have too all rethink our lives and the path we are taking. I am quite upset. May Hashem help and protect the Jewish people to know Him and to live and learn lishmah.
Does everyone understand that there is a good chance this gun was provided by THE USA TO FATAH to fight Hamas? But still, it is on all of us as a nation to study Torah and do mitvos so that the Shechinah rests with us, protecting us from all harm.

If your yourself, it is all there!

Filed under: Blog Torah — Reb Moshe @ 5:34 pm

If a person is themselves, then all the solutions to all their problems is already in front of them. I personally have notes and papers from various learning sources that I have studied over the last few years. These papers contain the solution to every difficultly I experience today. So you might ask, if it is so easy and we already know the solutions to our troubles, why aren’t we doing them?

When I think about these solutions, I am immediately confronted by dozens of thoughts as too why they are not for me. I am not on the madrega, it is too hard and the like come to mind. Maybe the purpose of drinking on purim is to forget who we are not and remember ourselves for who we truly are. Hashem has given us everything we need. Now it is simply time to JUST DO!

How much do you know?

Filed under: Blog Torah — Reb Moshe @ 5:27 pm

A person is judged by how much knowledge they have in halacha and doing the commandments. If a person simply was never given the opportunity to learn something, this is taken into consideration in Hashem’s judgement. We too, when seeing someone do something wrong against the Torah, should realize that they may not know better.
Chazel teach us that a person should look with one eye as too what level they are truly on. This means to realize the responsibility to follow what we have already learned without excuses. After-all, we learned these halachos because Hashem felt we were ready to keep them, not just to simply know them. With self-confidence and one eye on ourselves, we can do all in which we have learnt. We are far more capable then we realize!
With Rosh Chodesh Adar Bais starting tonight, now is the time to take upon ourselves that which we already know!

Daven for Less Spam

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 1:44 pm

Please daven for me to get less spam email! I keep loosing important mail as 90% is spam lately. Should I release the other new sites now?

March 4, 2008

NoachSpace & I Love Torah Sons of Noach NEW

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 12:53 am

For the first time in Bnei Noach History. There is now a home for you to meet others and become a family!

March 3, 2008

Israel Backs off while Jews suffer

Filed under: Current Events — Reb Moshe @ 5:40 pm

I guess you all know now that the same mistakes the Israeli Government made with Hezbollah are being repeated in Gaza. Today, as rockets still fire into Sedorot, they once again show weakness. Faith in Hashem means that you believe that should you defend yourself, Hashem will protect you from the MEDIA!

-Thousands of Troops
-Thousands of Tanks
Israel is known to have tested two versions of the Jericho missile system. The Jericho I with a range of 500km and the Jericho II with a range of 1,500km.
The Shavit rocket is used for inserting objects into a low earth orbit.
Third version of the Jericho missile is possible. Jericho III is thought to have been in service since mid-2005. With a payload of 1,000 – 1,300 kg it has a range of 4,800 km, or 7,800km with a payload of 350 kg (one Israeli nuclear warhead). This gives Israel, at least, nuclear strike capability against Africa, Europe, and most of Asia.
Popeye turbo cruise missile with a range of 1,500km.
Lockheed Martin F-16I Sufa (“Storm”)
McDonnell Douglas/Boeing F-15 Eagle Baz 2000 (A/B/C/D/E)

Dolphin Class – Type 800 coastal submarines –