“10 habits of truly effective Jews” 1st blog on being effectively Jewish and inspired!

Tonight and almost every night for all #Fortunate growing bros and fros, 8pm on a quiet note invites your #collaboration in the Beit (house of learning)… email Midnightrabbi inspires umuse613@gmail.com, ph. 0573175856, facebook or just come… 1st work out ashreinu Pleased to announce the “10 HABITS OF TRULY EFFECTIVE JEWS”  < click here for full course -For the latest classes click here 😀 and makesure you write your resolutions in your “MISSION STATEMENTS” The 1st class <- listen here and here-> 2nd class in 2 stages on Mission Statments,and here -> 3rd class on refining them 4th class and 5th class part 1part 2  and part 3 and 6th class keeping Schedule, “first things first”, 7th class “think win win” so stay tuned for the 8th class and “Synthesize” (6th habit) 9th class! “bringing it all together” and “Renewal with truly effective purpose” 10th class with the 3 true habits beyond!

With a more clear outline of our new exciting course click here <- from Midnightrabbi inspiresd ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCRIjwfR84Q

burnt chollahsMake sure you don’t get left with burnt Challos, please write a Mission Statement – “10 habits of truly effective Jews” 

– To be chappy aka happy, understand, collaborate and apply the amazing books from Stephen R Covey specifically the “7 habits of highly effective people”. family paul together 2– To develop a new Torah / Jewish perspective on this much needed guide, through learning together inspirational approaches, forming these approaches, finding their source in Torah sources and bringing this all alive through our own mission statements, notes and eventual book. – To be proactive in developing our commitment to real goals and organizing our priorities and time management. – To make the most out of our time and energy to live more successful and focused, happy lives. – To develop and refine our mission statement together with renewal and dedication!

Midnightrabbi inspires aka Eli Goldsmith <-(click here for year in review) – my #missionstatement Please Email umuse613@gmail.com to be a part of this important needed cause!
Communication / Education – To be a community manager – advise people through personal conflicts – Struggle Group Inspired – relate to peoples different interests/ goals/ ideas, in order to empower them – in touch with current educational issues and visualise positive change and growth – to clearly listen and be supportive to peoples needs in a dynamic way, with Eternal Values!
Networking – collaborate with people & their various projects – believing in peoples causes and branching them out to succeed – to successfully bridge gaps to correct all stratums of society on a global level bs’d!

Pleased to announce the first #class of a new course being built together with the“Fortunate ones” students of Yeshivat Ashreinu 🙂

The goal is to Begin the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People ”a truly life changing book” with a new focus on ”10 habits of truly effective Jews”! Tonight 8pm to 10pm with prayer service in the middle for an inspiring session together! After hours is an #exciting workout in the Gym, bring your #inspirations! For info email umuse@gmail.com

? Global innovation! What do you say to the 1st kosher smartphone?

Time for a peaceful shabbat/shabbos which ever phone you got!!! With shovavim-6-special-shabboses-shabbat-to-get-it-right-wifey-right<- You are faced with the biggest decision in your life. Who is your soulmate? How do you find him/her? How can you be certain that this is the right one? And if this is your second time around—is it worth the hassle again?The Jewish perspective on the selection process, dating, and the need to marry in the first place!Finding Your Soulmate: www.chabad.org/448429&sc=fbArt: Alex Levin www.artlevin.com

midnightrabbi inspires!

New LG device based on censored Android version to be permitted for use by haredi businessmen as tiny portable computer for work-related purposes; voice calls to be blocked

from Israel Wullman

Published:  07.23.13, 13:47

After the “kosher” cellular phone being sold at ultra-Orthodox population centers in Israel and around the world, here comes the kosher smartphone: The new Android-powered phone will be used mainly by haredi businessmen and managers in need of routine updates for work-related purposes.

If all goes as planned, the device’s marketing will begin in about two months.

Several business groups are currently involved – separately – in a kosher smartphone initiative, but the most serious project appears to be that of veteran filtered Internet provider Nativ. The company is working on a unique Android version (ROM) which will be integrated into the LG L7 II smartphone.

The device comes with a 4.3-inch touch screen and 1…

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Sometimes #showingoff for wifey pays off, #myfriend yochanan ended up on the cover of The Wall Street Journal!

A huge snowstorm hit Jerusalem last week, so I went out to play with the kids as any good Minnesotan would. Little did I know that The Wall Street Journal would find that interesting.yochanan snow boardingyochanan famSometimes #showingoff for wifey can end you up on the cover of The Wall Street Journal while living a true life in the holy land and snow filled city of Jerusalem!

This was Yochanan response to share his #inspiration ” share this too -> Click here for more on the “wondrous Katz” <-
Your pics are great as well. I love it. Have a great day, Hatzlacha with everything,  from yochanan”

Shovavim, 6 special shabboses / Shabbat to get it right, Wifey right!

yochanan snow boarding

You are faced with the biggest decision in your life. Who is your soulmate? How do you find him/her? How can you be certain that this is the right one? And if this is your second time around—is it worth the hassle again?

The Jewish perspective on the selection process, dating, and the need to marry in the first place!

Finding Your Soulmate <- click here and thanks for the Art: Alex Levin www.artlevin.com


shidduch is never too late

Its never too late as there is always a second chance! So we already talked about returning home and opening the door with our Husband happily smiling to Wifey and the blessed kinderlach/ children/ boobalahs. Then there is a time of the week, really the climax of the week, the blessed day of rest, and the weekend, Shabbat / Shabbos. This is a whole different smile and being together with the family. If someone not Jewish or thinking he’s not Jewish is reading this blog, then the lesson for you is simple. Please turn of your phones, gadgets, faxes, emails, iPads, iPhones, iEgo and anything else that block’s you from being really communicative and focused. Now it’s the true day of rest, the whole world centers around this special moment of meeting, with our Husband greeting happily our Wifey and children, Shabbat Shalom (everyone knows shalom means peace), “Good Shabbos and hi, how you all doing?”

Now what happens when Wifey response is not looking so good, in fact she looks exhausted and the children have made havoc. Our Husband breaths deeply smiles and begins singing Shalom Aleichem welcoming in the new Shabbos Angels for the new blessing of the week!

key chalah

However, sometimes our Husband is exhausted too after a rough week of exile and sweating a lot just to make a few loaves. This culminates in real frustration of children driving each other crazy and ignoring any pleas of mercy just to sit nicely and behave with etiquette and manners. Shalom Aleichem song turns into a squeal of “sit down or else” and after a few warnings, the anticipated family together has turned into a war of wills. Our Husband has already had enough after 2 minutes at home and Wifey looks on despondently when she was already dealing with hours of hardship. “Right” screams our Husband, “off to bed you children go” and quickly like a prison guard prods all his catch off to their cell. Our children crying and pleading for mercy our unheeded and the door is closed with our Husband huffing and puffing back to a far from pleased Wifey. “I work hard the whole week” mumbles our Husband, “and we need just a little peace and quiet” not being able to look Wifey in the eyes. Wifey responds not impressed “I work hard the whole week too, and preparing the house, cloths, children and food is no small achievement, and the climax of it all, you won’t even let the children eat with us and have special family time?”

“Why can’t you come home with smiles, songs and get us all into positive family mood”

Our Husband concedes defeat, slumps into the chair and calls out to our children who had already reappeared with plea’s in their eyes. “Shalom Aleichem kinder and Wifey” he jumps up smiling and claps his hand, “let’s get it right this time” Shalom Aleichem with chorus and harmony begins the take two of family time with Husband, happy Wifey.

So this story brings us to the secret of success in relationships and all world history, which hard times break ups, arguments, broken relationships and communication will bring us to a stronger and more honest deeper eternal connection.

chupahWhere do we see this most strongly, other than our Husbands funny antics, Wifey knows the answer. Just look at all of Jewish history and you will see a constant picture of marital strife between us the unfaithful Wifey with our Holy Husband Hashem/ G-d. However, this always brings out a stronger bond and revelation of mercy with longing for re-connection. Our Wifey has to often overlook our Husbands constant mistakes with the view that overall their deep love for each other is what it’s all really about and all these little skirmishes are just what they are, little moments for our Husband to focus himself more. The other day our Husband really lost the plot with a mother-in-law encounter and our Wifey was left crying. We all know the oldest joke around since the beginning of time. The first man got in a lot of trouble as he had no mother-in-law to blame his behavior for. However, our Husband remembered that as his Wifey’s heart was breaking the most important thing to do is apologize from a very sincere place and placate his Wifey before it’s too late.

shabbat shabbosPleading for mercy and forgiveness our Husbands sincerity for connection turns a very bitter situation sweet.

As our Husband is blessed with this take two or second chance approach, or third attempt at marital peace etc.

Our Husband will now in the first place provide this constant sincere attention in positive  circumstances that truly create Husband, happy Wifey with Shalom eternal more, well at least for now a nice family Shabbos/Shabbat meal together!

For more on this special time Shovavim <- click here!

The Message of Holy women saving our children with Dreidels and Chanah’s 7 sons with The Kaliver Rebbetzin a”h

The After #Hanukkah midnightrabbi blues <-click here to listen, with Chanah and her 7 sons and Talmud inspired

Please follow ‎Midnightrabbi inspires translates- in short help the youth to survive the challenges of the world today! 

The Message of the Dreidel and Doobie Dreidel

History travels, seemingly aimlessly. Generations come and go. As a wide circle, history repeats itself. Is there an objective? Is the world aiming toward a goal?

On Chanukah we turn the dreidel. The Nun, Gimel, Heh and Shin engraved on the dreidel come and go as it spins. The dreidel seems to be spinning aimlessly. However, the Bnei Yissaschar points out that Nun, Gimel, Heh and Shin are gematria Mashiach (they both equal 358).

It’s true; world history – as symbolized by the dreidel – seems to be spinning aimlessly. However, there is a center point around which it all turns – the world’s redemption through Mashiach.
Source: Shalosh Seudos Torah Parshas Vayeishev

New Chanukah Shiur! 
1) Mesiras Nefesh – 19 Kislev at Chabad gathering (complete shiur great sound quality)



by Chana Katz

As we walk down the hillside of Tsfat’s historic Old Cemetery, we approach a mother who is buried along with her seven sons. For some, it may be viewed as one of the greatest stories of martrydom in Jewish history, perhaps even greater than the famous “Akeida” in which our forefather Avraham was all set to sacrifice his only son, Issac.

At least that’s the way Chana felt, because as the cruel gentile king ordered the death of her final and youngest son, she requested permission to give him one last mother’s kiss. Granted this permission, she embraced her son and whispered in his ear instructions to be carried out after

his soul left his body:

“Go to Avraham Avinu,” she said, “and tell him he was told to

offer one son –I’ve offered seven sons.”

It’s no light story to ponder the pain this mother felt as one by one,

her sons refused to bow down as the king demanded, each coming up

with his own verse from the Torah to explain why it was

more important to sacrifice the mortal body rather than harm

the soul’s essential,

eternal connection to its source.

But something here was more powerful than pain.

It was the unfathomable level of happiness this mother felt when

her children,

on their own strength and desire, were willing to give up their very lives in

order to cleave to G-d.

Perhaps that is why, after the last of her seven sons was tortuously killed,

she went to the roof and jumped to her own death, and,

as the story is related in the Gemara, a heavenly voice called out that

she’s an “Eim Simaicha” (a joyful mother).

Still, it’s a hard story to grasp. And in her final resting place —

by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

In fact, if one never looked at Chanukah in another vein besides

the miracle of the oil and the brave battle of Judah the Maccabee,

this tape will draw a direct connection

between Chana and Chanu-kah! Ginsburgh goes as far as to say that perhaps

the story of Chana and her sons who refused to bow

to Antiochus is the very basis of this weeklong celebration of one of

the Jewish people’s greatest victories and

why the last day of Chanukah,

known as “Zot Chanukah” uses the feminine word

“Zot.” Each candle, Ginsburgh says, serves as the “ner neshama”

for Chana and her seven sons.


According to the Gemara volume


the king asked each son to bow down to an idol.

Each son, starting from the oldest to eventually

the youngest, refused, each quoting a different

passage from the Torah.

The first son quoted the first commandment,

“How can I bow down?” he asked, “when

it says in the Torah, “I am the L-rd your G-d.’ ”

The second son stated the commandment:

“You shall have no other gods beside Me.”

Said the third: “How can I? Whoever sacrifices

to a foreign god will be wiped out of the

Jewish people.”

Quoted the fourth son: “You shall not bow

down to other gods.”

The fifth son quoted the “Shma” —

“Hear O Israel, the L-rd G-d, the L-rd is One.”

The sixth son explained: “You shall teach today your heart that Hashem is the only

G-d in the heavens and earth and there is no other.”

Finally, the merciless king turned to the seventh and youngest son who

quoted the longest passage:

“We have sworn to Hashem not to change Him for any other god and

G-d has sworn to us not to exchange us for any other people.”

The king was taken aback. This boy was the youngest, yet the most clever —

and also willing to give his life. Nonetheless, the king tried to deceive him:

“I’ll throw my ring down,” he said, “and so people won’t ridicule me it will

look like you’re bowing down but really you’ll only be picking up the ring.”

No luck, Antiochus. The brave lad said,

“If your honor as a human being of flesh and blood is so important,

than how much more so is the honor of the King!”


Flashing in time through the years to our generation, bound by cumulative

merit yet set back by incomprehensible capitulations and compromises,

whatever feelings one carries to Chana and

her Seven Sons, they must certainly include awe and admiration.

The most direct approach to Chana is to take HaAri Street as far as one can go, which will take you past the top of Old Cemetery until a flight of steps leading down the side of the mountain to the famous Ari Mikveh and to a path that will go directly to the entrance of Chana’s cave. The other path to Chana is more winding and longer, but it will offer the chance to stop by the resting sites of the Holy Ari (Rabbi Issac Luria), Rav Moshe Cordovera, R. Shlomo Alkabetz and other great Torah figures.

The entrance itself is not very high, perhaps only four-feet at most. In fact, the entire cave ceiling itself is very-low lying. It is quiet and dark inside but the just like the story itself, the illumination burns bright when it is viewed in its spiritual light.

“Chana and her Seven Sons sacrificed their lives on earth to establish and reveal to the eyes of the entire world the essential bond of the Jewish soul to eternal life, unbounded by the limitations of time and space…

to illuminate the darkness of the world around” proclaims

Rav Ginsburgh in his final words on the tape.

Now, it doesn’t really seem so dark in here, does it?

[Chana Katz, a former South FLorida journalist, lives in Tsfat.

Her articles on life in Israel have reached publications throughout the world.]

The Kaliver Rebbetzin a”h A dedication to her! Rebbetzin Chana Sara Shifra Taub a”h,

the Kaliver Rebbetzin, wife of the Kaliver Rebbe of Eretz Yisroel. She was 94.

The Rebbetzin passed away 2 years ago at Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center in Yerushalayim.

She was a daughter of Rav Pinchas Shapiro of Kechnia and was a descendant of  Rav Meir Premishlaner.

The Rebbetzin was a true ishah chashuvah, who, with humility, aidelkeit and grace, served as a right hand to her husband in his avodas hakodesh.

The Rebbetzin would encourage her husband to engage in activities that bring estranged Jews closer to their Father in Shomayim, stating that while she didn’t merit to have biological children in this world, “at least we will have children in Olam Haba.”

Her kevurah was on Har Hazeisim. Yehi zichrah boruch.

The Midnightrabbi story in “finding ones soul mate”, listen carefully :D


Check out this #hanukkah how the Midnightrabbi found his soul mate <- 😀 and shared this with the boys from #ashreinu 😀

#Midnightrabbi Jam the 5th night of #Hanukkah partei for Ashreinu “don’t worry be #inspired” ->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh1Xgq4HGIY  BIG CLIMAX TO @CHANUKAH TO COME 😉

fROM THE 1ST NIGHT TO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP-3LCWrxgA YOSEF KARDUNER to 5th with the Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School lol “#ASHREINU” boys 😀

to the #8THNIGHTCHANUKAH http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfkyAUJ124E our Rebbe, Unity and #moshiach already now!

Teach children the basic pleasures, which are not only readily available to all but are also the only really important pleasures. Happiness is the sum total of many details, and therefore those who learn to rejoice in more details of life will have much more cause for happiness. (Career of Happiness)