Wednesday, October 25, 2006

The progression of modern day weapons

They must have been pretty bad back then. There was no choice other than total flooding!! Only Noah and his crew were worthy of surviving.

How far are we today from them on moral grounds? Is our generation worthy of dry land under our feet?

"A woman used her 4-week-old baby as a weapon in a domestic dispute, swinging the infant through the air and striking her boyfriend with the child, authorities said."

I don't want to go into all the other hideous things going on during these times. I think this one alone speaks louder than words and I feel that the types of crimes in a generation are signs of where that generation is holding. Can we point to this one lady and say she is crazy, an exception, evil, insane, not like us!!

Most of us would probably like to think so and would never even imagine committing such a hideous crime. But where did she come from? Who spit her out?

She is part of our generation. She's part of the team. The Torah teaches that in every generation there is a possible Mashiach. In every generation there is a chance of building the 3rd temple and if it's not built during our days we only have ourselves to blame.

How can Mashiach be here with this lady acting in such a way?? How can the temple be rebuilt with crimes such as these occurring at its doorsteps??

OOOH maybe there's a way out. She was definitely not Jewish!! A Jew would never do such a thing, no way!!! It's them that are bad!!! They are way off track!!

Unfortunately though we know from history and our sages that the world and its occurrences are just mirror images of what is happening with and within the Jewish people. We are to be priests to the nations and to teach the world morality, it appears the message is not being delivered properly.


At 7:41 AM, Blogger Kalman Rushdie said...

A four-week old baby? indeed, that is a new level of horror.

Kind of a bummer of post there, Oish. But its balanced by the pure exhiliration of seeing the Silent Jam return.

I look forward to more catalogues of weapons I never thought of before. And other topics, too...


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