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Iyov 28:5: "As for the earth, out of it comes bread, and under it is turned up as fire ("esh" - fire - Aleph Shin) sand ("cheled - Chet Lamed Dalet) life would glide swiftly short duration age transient ("chol" - Chet Lamed) meaning profane and common unholy Clearly we see the foundation of this present world is rooted in profanity and unholiness. Even the sandy shores declare its vanity. "caldron kallachath" - (Kuph Lamed Chet Tav} has these words "chol" - (Chet Lamed) meaning profane, unholy common as sand Also "ach" - (Aleph Chet) brother resemble kinship, same tribe ach - oh! alas! woe! ach - chafing dish fire pot hearth ach oach howler jackal doleful creature tqal (Tav Kuph Lamed) - verb to balance to weigh Kal - (Kuph Lamed) - swift rapid voice a sound chath - (Chet Tav) - crushed afraid terror Is the "great escape " from this cauldron of calamity concealed owlam {Ayin Vav Lamed Mem} within ETERNITY?

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Hi Rabbi, I write while thinking about the ongoing rescue/recovery efforts after the Surfside building collapse. So many caring people are risking so much to help in any way possible. I am not asking why it happened, but would like to hear your thoughts on this. Thank you for this valuable service.

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What is the correct Torah outlook regarding the upcoming 2018 elections — both for Israel municipalities on October 30, and the US midterm elections on November 6? The US elections seem to be of greater interest and importance than any other midterm election in memory! Thank you.