The Tzaddik is coming to town! – Dec 28th, 2017 in Beer Sheva

The Tzaddik is coming to town!

The Tzaddik is coming to town! – December 28th, 2017, in Beer Sheva

In recent weeks, Rav Eliezer Berland, shlita, has been stepping-up the pace of his visits to many different towns and cities around Eretz Yisrael.

Over Chanuka, Rav Berland attended big gatherings in Holon (first night of Chanuka) and Bat Yam (seventh night of Chanuka), as well as a few meetings in more modest settings. Now, Rav Berland is heading South, to the so-called capital of the Negev, Beer Sheva.

The meeting is happening on Thursday, December 28, 2017, after nightfall when the fast of Aseret B’Tevet concludes, at the Heichal HaTarbut (municipal theatre) in Beer Sheva – which can hold hundreds of people.

Recently, Rav Berland spoke about the forthcoming meeting in Beer Sheva. (You can hear the original recording for yourself in Hebrew, by clicking HERE.)  He said:

“All those who come to the gathering in Beer Sheva will merit to the sulam Yaakov (Jacob’s ladder), which Divine angels ascend and descend upon, and the feet of that ladder is in Beer Sheva; it’s head is in Bet El, and it’s middle part is in Jerusalem.

“All those who came to the gathering in Beer Sheva will merit to ascend Jacob’s ladder. ‘It’s head is in Bet El’ – this is the secret of Adam Kadmon[1], which is the secret of emuna (deep, all-encompassing faith in Hashem)….Because the month of Tevet is in Adam Kadmon

“This is life’s biggest moment. He who merits to come to the gathering in Beer Sheva will see the ladder ascend within him, and will merit to Malchut (literally: rulership, but can also refer to Hashem’s Kingship of the world), precious jewels for him and for his children until the end of time.

“For, if Yaakov had ascended the ladder, he would have received the rulership over the whole world, for all generations.”

Rav Berland, shlita, continued:

“Beer Sheva is the place where Avraham called out in the name of Hashem. Beer Sheva is the holiest place in the world; there, the seven wells were dug out, which were all fed by the be’er shel Miriam (Miriam’s well).

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“All those who come to the gathering in Beer Sheva will merit to the attain the be’er shel Miriam, and they will be healed from all of their illnesses… Whoever comes to the gathering will have the power to revive the dead. Ish bal y’adar – no-one should be missing! Everyone is obliged to come to the meeting on the 10th Tevet, on the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Natan of Breslov, a day which is even bigger than Yom Kippur.”

The Rav continued:

“Everyone should come and those who do will merit Jacob’s ladder which is the secret of Adam HaRishon (and geula) as well as Miriam’s well, which is the key to healing disease.

“The churban (destruction) was terrible, when they saw Nevuchadnetzer approach the gates of Jerusalem. And now, on the 10th Tevet, Jerusalem will be returned to its root, to Am Israel, in the merit of all those who come to the gathering, may we merit to the geula shleima (full redemption of the Jewish people) speedily in our days, Amen.”


The Tzaddik is coming to Beer Sheva, December 28th, 2017

Tickets cost 100 shekels and can be bought in advance by calling:

In Beer Sheva: 052-691-0767; 054-220-9669; 050-414-3560.

In Jerusalem: 058-325-3353 – Credit card payments are accepted on this number only.

[1] A kabbalistic term

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  1. The event in Beer Sheva was very poorly planned. First you said it would be in Hechal Hatarbut after nightfall. As far as I know, after nightfall means AFTER NIGHTFALL ( on December 28 today, that was around 5:15 PM). I called the various numbers on December 27, was told that the location had been changed to Ulamei Narnia – NOBODY KNOWS where Ulamei Narnia are, but that is irrelevant – or is it? And the price had been reduced to 30 NIS. Very nice. Why is all this not written on your website? I called a total of 3 times. I told the person answering the phone that I was arriving by bus from Kiryat Arba. In order to arrive right after nightfall I left at 3:05 PM, by bus, from K.A. Upon arriving at the Central Bus station I called again to find out how to get to Ulamei Niarnia – no clue… and only then was I informed that the event was taking place at 8:30 PM and not right after the fast. Come on, people, I know you are totally focused on Rav Berland and that is very nice, but please, have some consideration for people, specially people arriving from far! I was told I had been told so, which is inaccurate. I found out I would be missing the last bus coming home because of the late hour, so I had no choice but to turn around. So I came all the way to and from Beer Sheva for nothing, a total of almost 5 hour travel. Sorry, but this is inexcusable. Then I checked this website again and I see that you mentioned the hour, however in an unrelated column. Are you so spaced out you can’t organize your information properly? Please! Obviously everything is from Hashem, but this is the second time I have a giant snafu with your group. It makes me think twice about having much to do with you guys, as much as I respect the rav. Time to improve your functioning. So sorry I missed tonight…. Oh well, Hakol Letovah.

  2. Hi Daisy, we greatly apologize for all the trouble you went through due to our oversight.

    This post was a translation of the Hebrew post
    The translator aparantly mistranslated the word “motzei tzom” to after nightfall when the fast concludes and left out the time 20:30 which is 8:30 pm.

    As far as location of the event. There was a last minute change which was posted on the Hebrew site but which the translator did not get to in time.

    We are really sorry for the mishap.
    Please remember that the site is run solely on volunteer work from people who give their heart and soul to translating this site and putting up the content. If not for them we would have nothing. We hope that you can forgive us for the trouble that this caused you and we will try our best to make sure these mistakes don’t happen in the future.

  3. Shavuah Tov , Yissachar Dov Berg
    Thank you for your heartfelt apologies. Of course I forgive you; as expected, everything is leTovah. The Tov that came out of this is that, since the Rav arrived very late, in any case I would not have been able to stay until his arrival because of the bus situation. This way I watched online and got to see the whole event online. Not quite the same as being there, but good enough, sort of…. and another advantage was: WOMEN are totally left out, it seems: WHERE were the women? I didn’t see a single woman on this event! If they were there they were so well hidden that none of us would have as much as caught a glimpse of the Rav. You should know that with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, ZT”L, women were seated in such a way that we all were able to see the Rebbe. Can’t you do the same with Rav Berland? Why should women be deprived of the experience? You can have modesty and yet let women participate. It is not fair and frankly a turn-off to coming to events. The Lubavitcher Rebbe was very great, unfortunately he is not in this world anymore and it is important to have a live Rav to relate to. Same with Rav Moshe Lowinger of Hevron, ZT”L, a wonderful Gadol, and ALWAYS accessible to women. Just a suggestion; maybe you can find ways to make your events equally accessible to half the population… Thank you in advance.

    And thank you for all your volunteers for doing what they are doing; but as you say, there is certainly room for improvement for all of us. On my end, sorry if I reacted too strongly, but frankly I was quite upset.

    Another suggestion: I know you have a lot of work; but for people whose mother tongue is not Hebrew, it is very difficult to understand the words of the Rav. Is there anybody there who could translate his speeches so we can understand them? Or at least have a transliteration into Hebrew in writing so we can read what he said? He stressed that this event was so important in his eyes, it would have been interesting to understand everything he had to say that night. I caught things here and there but for sure missed a whole lot too. Thank you very much.

    Kol Tuv



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