Sitting in the garden of my mother's house, eating pistachios, reading Kierkegaard and reading about the Messiah:
'“We are praying and hoping that the Messiah will arrive before Passover, the time of our redemption. I am sure that the Messiah will come and bring us out as [God] brought us out of Egypt. Soon we will go out in freedom and the Messiah will come and redeem us from all the troubles of the world.” This remark was made by Health Minister Yaakov Litzman last week, after Yaniv Kalif of the Hebrew-language news website Hamal asked him whether Israelis will be forced to remain under lockdown until the holiday, which begins April 8. Litzman’s ignorant answer was not met with uproar.'
Read the article here,
Well, Mr. Litzman is waiting for the Messiah, other people are waiting for the next elections? We all believe we are rational. Waiting remains the main thing.
Ask yourself, ask your children, ask the neighbor: how is your waiting?