Destruction & Redemption

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Goals: The chanichim will understand that even though we morn the , in itself is the first step of the .


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Goals: The chanichim will understand that even though we morn the , in itself is the first step of the .

1. The story of last year on , and the debate weather to tare my shirt or not. Explain the dilemma, sadness on the day of rejoice

2. Read through the story of Rabbi Akiva, and ask the following questions:

Who tore their clothing in the story? What does that express?

Why did the rabbis cry? Why did Rabbi Akiva laugh?

Is there a problem with Rabbi Akiva's response? Why does he use present tense?

What did the rabbis understand now that they failed to previously that consoled them so?

3. Conclude that Rabbi Akiva saw the manifestation of the as the first steps to . What does that mean? How do we see that reaching a low point is a beginning of a new growth? Bring examples and ask them for examples from their lives When things go so bad, people start thinking of ways to change, to do things differently, and to improve. That starts the wheels turning and things can change and become better. Rabbi Akiva saw that if the was taking place, this would cause people to understand that things went wrong, and begin changing their ways, looking for improvement. Although this is a very long process, almost 2000 years now, we see that Rabbi Akiva was right, and the was indeed the first step to .

4. Read the of \"-", which describe the transformation of the fast days to holidays. Why don't they just become weekdays? The answer is that from the we grow, we advance, and therefore the days of are happy in a sense, because they promise a future of . We obviously can't celebrate on the days of destruction, as we saw even Rabbi Akiva tore his clothing, but we should understand that it's the beginning, and there will be what to celebrate when the full will come in the end.

5. Read the from "\' that recommends going to see the desolate land if one wants to see the wonders of God. This demonstrates the same idea.

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Rabban Gamliel, Rabbi Elazar Ben Azarya, Rabbi Yehoshua and Rabbi Akiva went up to Jerusalem (after the destruction of the Temple). When they reached Mount Scopus, they rent their garments (since they saw the Temple despoiled). When they reached the area of the Temple Mount, they saw a jackal run out of the site where once the Holy of Holies had been. They began to weep, except for Rabbi Akiva, who laughed. They asked him why he laughed and he asked them why they wept. They said to him, "This is the place concerning which the Torah says, and the stranger who enters it shall die and now a jackal runs through it - shall we not weep?" And he replied, "This is exactly why I laugh, for it says (Isaiah 8)," And I shall call as faithful witnesses, Uriah the priest and Zecharia the son of Yovarchiya". Uriah said: "Therefore, because of you, Zion shall be ploughed over as a field". And Zecharia said: "There shall yet come a day when old men and old women will dwell in the streets of Jerusalem... and the streets of the city will be full of boys and girls playing in the streets". Until I saw that the prophecy of Uriah was unfulfilled, I feared that that of Zecharia would not be either. Now that I have seen the fulfillment of the words of Uriah, I know for certain that the prophecy of Zecharia is coming true." And hearing this, in this language did the rabbis respond: "Akiva, you have comforted us ..."

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"And the word of the Lord the hosts came to me, saying: Thus says the Lord of the hosts: The fast of the fourth month, and the fast of the fifth, and the fast of the seventh, and the fast of the tenth, shall become times of joy and gladness, and cheerful feasts to the house of Yehudah".



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