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  • Writer's pictureNevia D'Vorah

It Takes Courage

The courage to choose love and let G-d do what only HE can do!

Read the book of Zechariah and know WHO we expect!

This is not a "Let's go to SanFrancisco, where the flowers grew everywhere" talk, out of the 60ths. It is about the WISDOM given by The G-d Of Avraham Yitzchak and Yaakov.

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Took this picture some years ago. The heart in the darkclouds. Captured by the (HIS) Light my Label
HIS Love . A heart in the clouds

Choose to walk in HIS presence and allow HIM to lead you, guide you to your calling, your destiny, with a heart stripped of hate and charged with love for HIM.

By trusting HIM completely, because HE who has promised is faithful. That doesn't mean we can't defend ourselves! Of course we MUST protect the citizens of our homeland. And protect ourselves, wherever we live. #diaspora

But we can free ourselves from all consuming hatred. Because it's like a black spot that keeps getting bigger.

Until it has blinded us to unconditional love and forgiveness. I read a hate-filled message the day before yesterday about what Netanyahu's wife allegedly said. And what later turned out to be a completely different woman. Hatred brings bitterness and lies.

Those who stand IN THE TRUTH have nothing to hide. And just like Joshua and Caleb, they look at the situation through G-d's eyes!

The phrase “Joshua and Caleb saw with different eyes” refers to the biblical account of Joshua and Caleb, two of the twelve spies sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan. While the other ten spies were discouraged by the challenges they saw and spread fear among the Israelites, Joshua and Caleb had faith in God's promise and encouraged the people to trust in God's support to conquer the land.

Their different perspectives are highlighted in the Book of Numbers, where Caleb silences the people before Moses and expresses confidence in their ability to overcome the inhabitants of Canaan, despite the report of giants in the land. This story is often cited as an example of faith and courage in the face of adversity, contrasting with doubt and fear.

In a world often divided along lines of hostility and conflict, choosing love over hate is not just a passive attitude, but a courageous endeavor. It is a conscious decision to embrace empathy, increase understanding, and foster peace, even when faced with the most challenging circumstances.

Hatred is a fire that consumes not only its targets, but those who harbor it. It is not an easy path, often fueled by fear, misunderstanding or past grievances. Hating requires little effort; it is a surrender to the baser instincts that divide us. But to love – to truly love – means rising above these primal drives and seeing others not as adversaries but as fellow travelers on life's journey.

Choosing love does not mean ignoring injustice or accepting wrongdoing. Rather, it means standing firm against such actions, but doing so with a heart free from malice. It means daring to believe that every individual has the capacity for change, growth and goodness. It is standing, not with arms crossed in resistance, but with hands outstretched as an offering of surrender.

The end of hatred begins with the courage to stand your ground, believe in Divine love, and act on that faith. It is a commitment to replace every thought of evil with hope, every word of resentment with kindness, and every act of violence with compassion. This is not a trail for the faint of heart; it is a journey for the brave, for those who dare to imagine a world united rather than divided, healed rather than wounded, and loved rather than despised.

In conclusion, the end of hatred is not a destination but a process, a continuous effort to choose love in every moment and with every decision. It is a challenge for each of us to stand and believe in the transforming power of HaShem's love – a power that can overcome the darkest hatred and shine HIS light on the path to a better, more united future.


Today I surrender to YOUR will, may I receive YOUR wisdom and guidance, to bring about the change needed to end hatred.

It is always darkest before dawn. Give us strength to make the right decisions, to defeat the enemy and stand firm for our homeland, give us victory and show a dark world that we serve a LIVING G-d!


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