Profeta Isaías: “Tus hijos llegarán desde tierras lejanas volando como las nubes y como las palomas a sus nidos ” .

Profeta Isaías: “Tus hijos llegarán desde tierras lejanas volando como las nubes y como las palomas a sus nidos ” .

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Michael Oren told New Immigrants: 'YOU JUST STEPPED INTO JEWISH HISTORY' TEL AVIV, Israel – Last month CBN brought you the story of French Jews who left the growing anti-Semitism in France to make Israel their home. This week, more immigrants arrived in Tel Aviv, this time from the US and Canada. The trip was conducted under the banner of Nefesh B'Nefesh (Soul to Soul) and the Jewish National Fund and sponsored by Heidi Rothberg of Denver.Their smiles say it all, Photo, CBN News, Jonathan Goff239 passengers from 24 states and three Canadian provinces filled the El Al flight from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, and nearly a quarter of them were lone soldiers: young people who will soon join the Israeli military.They were welcomed by hundreds of well-wishers, including Israeli soldiers, eight Knesset members and many North Americans who had previously made Aliyah.One of the new arrivals, Yaakov Cahn from Monsey, New York, is just out of high school. He'll be stationed in the south, near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip. "I'm not scared. There's no reason to be scared, you know. Gotta do what you have to do," he said. And what does his family in New York think? "They're very proud of me," he said. "I hope they follow in my footsteps, you know, and do what I do."Former Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael Oren was at the airport to greet the new arrivals. "Mazel tov! I don't know if you know it or not, but you just entered Jewish history," he told them. Oren, who serves as deputy minister in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office, was an immigrant from the US himself almost 40 years ago. He says most Americans come for different reasons than the French immigrants who came last month from a place where anti-Semitism is rampant. "This is a very different Aliyah," Oren told CBN News. "People who come from North America, they're not fleeing anti-Semitism. They're not here because of economic strife, right? They've made a decision to move from probably a better economy to our economy, to certainly maybe a more secure environment than our environment, to serve in the army. It's a very profound, weighty decision if you think about it." Zelda Wildman from Ohio came holding a card from her father. It was issued by the British government in the Palestine Mandate denying him the right to come to Israel before it became a modern nation in1948."I feel like I'm fulfilling his dream," she said. "We lost, he lost, all of our family in the Holocaust. He came to Ohio because that's where he was sent. He always wanted to go to "Palestine." Zelda and her husband, Danny, were greeted by a number of family members, including 13 grandchildren who already live in Israel.Jeff Dahal brought his family from Connecticut. His wife, Dorit, took care of the kids for several months while Jeff took up a new job in Israel."It was difficult to be separated," she said. "It was difficult for the kids, but we made it!" Their son, Tal, summed it up for the family. "It's just been really hard and stressful for when we had to like get everything set up. But now once we're here, it's a lot easier and it's very worth it because like, this has been a dream for us and we're like, living the dream," he said. We asked Yaakov Cahn if he is fulfilling the words spoken by the biblical prophets concerning the gathering of the Jewish people from the four corners of the earth. "I think it's pretty obvious that we are because we're returning, you know," he said.Jerusalem Dateline is with Israeli Air Force and 6 others at Ben Gurion Airport.Turn the volume up to hear Ha Tikvah! Hundreds of Jewish people arrived from America to live in Israel. 🇮🇱 Hatikvah is Israel’s National Anthem

Posted by Charlene Robinson on Friday, August 24, 2018

Yosef Bitton –

 

מִי-אֵלֶּה, כָּעָב תְּעוּפֶינָה; וְכַיּוֹנִים, אֶל-אֲרֻבֹּתֵיהֶם

 

La Tora predijo que el pueblo judío sería exiliado por todos los rincones del planeta (Deut. 29) y también anticipó que el pueblo judío eventualmente volverá a la tierra de Israel (Deut. 30). El profeta Isaias (Yesha’yahu) describió con palabras proféticas y poéticas cómo se llevará a cabo el regreso del pueblo judío a su tierra.

 

Dirigiéndose a la Tierra de Israel , Yesha’yahu dijo : (60:4 ) “Tus hijos llegarán desde lejanas tierras; y tus hijas, cargadas sobre los hombros [de sus padres]…” . En ese contexto también dijo (60″8): “Habrá quienes [llegarán a Israel ] volando como las nubes, y otros [que llegarán volando] como las palomas a sus nidos ” .

 

El Rab Simja Kook , rabino principal de Rehovot, me explicó por qué Yesha’yahu usó en su profecía los motivos poéticos “nubes” y “palomas”. Las nubes y las palomas, explicó, representan dos extremos opuestos en términos de movimiento. Las nubes controlan sus movimientos. Las nubes no se mueven; son movidas por los vientos. Si el viento sopla desde el norte hacia el sur, las nubes se dirigirán hacia el sur, y viceversa. Y cuando no sopla el viento, las nubes se quedan donde están.

 

Por otro lado, las palomas, tienen un sentido de ubicación extraordinario, único, un GPS biológico, que aún sigue siendo un misterio para la ciencia (vea esto) que ninguna otra ave posee . No es un sentido de orientación migratorio. Es un instinto de dirección que les permite regresar a su nido desde cualquier lugar del mundo, aún cuando se encuentren a miles de kilómetros de distancia de éste. Por eso, durante miles de años, las palomas se usaban para enviar mensajes de un lugar a otro. Cuando alguien viajaba desde un lugar A a un lugar B, llevaba consigo palomas que nacieron y fueron criadas en A. Sin importar lo lejos que estuviera B de A, las palomas siempre encontrarían la forma de regresar a su nido. Contra viento y marea.

 

Ahora podemos comprender mejor lo que el profeta Yesha’yahu estaba diciendo y viendo. Cuando el pueblo de Israel regrese a su tierra, habrá judíos que, como las nubes, “volarán” (ese fue el verbo que anticipo Yesha’yahu!) a Israel movidos por “vientos”. Hay muchos tipos de vientos: vientos políticos, financieros, vientos de antisemitismo, etc. Para Yesha’yahu todos estos son vientos “divinos” que traerán a estos Yehudim de regreso a su tierra.

 

Por el otro lado, habrá judíos que, como las palomas, llegarán a Israel impulsados por su GPS interno, volarán  hacia Israel como quien regresa a su casa, a su nido. Mientras que las nubes son empujadas por los vientos, las palomas, para llegar a su nido, a veces tienen que volar contra el viento.

 

Eventualmente, BH, todos los Yehudim regresaremos a Israel. Si no lo hacemos nosotros, lo harán nuestros hijos o nuestros nietos. Todos vamos a reunirnos en la tierra de Israel. Pero debemos elegir cómo queremos llegar allí: como nubes o como palomas.

 

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