Today is my birthday, a day on which one’s mazal (the source of one’s Neshama in the higher spiritual realms) is dominant and assists him (Talmud Yerushalmi, Rosh Hashanah 3:8). Thus, it is appropriate to give and receive good wishes.
I would like to wish all my dear readers from all over the world much success both materially and spiritually. I thank you for taking the time to read my writings, and I hope that you have gained from them. For those of you who have linked to me or otherwise passed on the word of my blog, I thank you for doing so.
I davven to Hashem that He be with my keyboard, such that I only write that which is pleasing in His eyes, in accordance with His pure Torah, specifically as taught by the Rebbeim of Chabad.
I davven that all the thick darkness and horrendous suffering of the exile disappear immediately through the coming of Moshiach. However, if any brief moments remain until then, G–d forbid, may we succeed at using them to the utmost to prepare ourselves and the world around us for his arrival, with joy and enthusiasm.