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Do deceased parents suffer for their children's sins?
Dear Rav, I understand that 'ben mezake aviv' a child can bring merit to his deceased parents when in Olam habah the world to come,even if a parent wasn't religious the merit of observant children help a lot up-there. What will be the case of my Mom z'l that left three kids here and only one is observant?can the merit of one kid overpass the other two? Or does she get punished for their not keeping mitzvot? I'VE seen her many times in my dreams she seem to be doing fine..
HUMOR: Job Interviews for Everybody!
With a dash of happiness and joy, pretty much everything is achievable... even getting the job of your dreams!
Bedtime Shema - According to the Sefardic Custom
Say Shema before going to sleep and sleep well with good dreams
I have many dreams about demons
As of late, I have been having many dreams about demons, and there is also an angel in these dreams and he helps me and protects me from the demons. In addition there is also a girl that helps me but I do not know her and I've never seen her in real life. The demons all the time want to kill me because they say in the dream that I had ruined their plans (I have no idea what they're talking about). And in my last dream yesterday, this girl was not there, nor was the angel, there were just the demons that in the beginning began to burn me and afterwards cut me with a knife and that's how I died. But the dream doesn’t end there. I appear in the Afterlife with a white light above me. I ask someone to take me with him. But nothing happened after that. I remember that I came back to life as a demon and here ends the dream. What does it mean, and why lately have I had so many dreams about devils who want to kill me? And I also have no idea what’s the reason no one tells me anything in the dreams besides I ruined their plans (of the demons). Thanks in advance.
Bad Dreams & Nightmares
Shalom, I have been living in Switzerland for a few months, and while it is my husband who is the rabbi, people come to me for advice. I had a friend here who suffers from terrifying nightmares. I thought it was because there is a tremendous rift between her and her family that doesn't seem to be ending, particularly between her and her mother. In the latest dream, her father is chasing after her with a knife and everywhere she goes there is something that is protecting her from him. Is there a connection?
I dreamed two strange dreams last night. In the first I tried to chop off the head of a poisonous snake but he got away before I could do it, and the people around me were panicking. Then we searched for the snake but did not find him. In the second dream I saw a non-poisonous snake in the house and my family members were panicking.
Meaning of a dream
Dear Rabbi, I dreamt that I met grandfather, ob”m, on Yom Kippur, at Neilah time (closing prayer of Yom Kippur) and, he hugged me joyfully. Then, he turned to the congregation and blessed them that they find a proper match. I was very happy to meet my grandfather and see that he was happy, but is the fact that he blessed me on Yom Kippur dangerous?
The Satan and Demons, Do they exist?
I was always interested in mysticism and now that lecture in Bucharest on Jewish topics I wanted to ask you about 'Shedim' Demons. I never found the sources for them and I wanted to find out about thye SM and Lilith. I heard Lilith comes to men in dreams and other ideas about impurities of nocturnal emissions. I also heard that SM is on of the names of the angel of death. can you elaborate?
Dreaming about my father
I dreamed about my father getting sick and dying, it made me very afraid, is there any meaning to the dream?
The Way to Perfection
Man extols and dreams of perfection. Yet man must also know his limits ; while striving for perfection, he must realize that only G-d is perfect and life presents many challenges to man's pursuit of perfection.
Superstitions According to Judaism
I am a Rabbi of a school in Vienna. I have a few questions from my students: 1. What does religion say about superstitions? For example, there is a superstition that it is a bad sign if, G-d forbid, a person sneezes while he is speaking about people who have passed away; or superstitions about dreams.
What does a dream about a snake hint to?
Shalom Rabbi. I saw your answer that dreams about snakes are conveying something about one’s livelihood and happiness. My question is: Is it just about one’s livelihood? Or let’s say, if I have something more important to me than my livelihood, then does a snake appear for that too?
The Student Appeared To His Rabbi In a Dream
Rav Nissim Yagen O.B.M. told an amazing story about a student who appeared to his Rabbi in a dream after his death, saying "Why didn't you send me to Yeshiva".
Mikeitz - Yosef & the Dreams
In this week's Torah rap, Rabbi Kantor focuses on Yosef's rise to power and the interpretation of Pharaoh's dreams
How does Judaism explain the phenomenon of “déjà vu”?
I wanted to ask if there is an explanation in Judaism for the phenomenon called “déjà vu”? I understand that there is reference to it in the Zohar. Thank you.
I had a dream that my father was dying. I started to cry, and kiss him, and then as I was leaving, I asked him to forgive me, but he could not speak or move. I started to cry and think that I had made a mistake, honoring parents is so important, and now my mother will be alone. I can't remember if he died. It bothered me all day, and scared me. Can you tell me what the dream meant?
A Mission from the Heavenly Court
Alon Anava never imagined in his wildest dreams that he would be called to the Heavenly court and would undergo an experience that would turn his world upside down. He entered a taxi healthy on his way home from a "Passover party", and then, without prior notice, his soul flew out of his body and went to heaven. An instructive and chilling story of a man who faced an intense trial in the Heavenly court, and then, at the last minute, on the threshold of hell, was offered the deal of his life (literally and figuratively) which he grabbed with both hands
It was not the carriage of her dreams
How to Live Up to Your Dreams
What holds us back in life for becoming what we really want to be? What do we need to do to live up to our dreams? In a sensational lecture Rabbi Friedman provides strategies that will help us actualize our dreams