Tomb of King David Statement from Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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With God’s help, 15th Iyar 5774

 

As King David always kept busy doing acts of kindness for God’s creations, and is the exemplar of a ba’al teshuvah (returnee to God and His Torah), so too the present conflict should be seen as a call to strengthen our connection to King David on all fronts.

There are many good things to emulate about King David, but the first response should be to increase our recital of Psalms, specifically at King David’s Tomb when possible.  Since the spiritual source of the dispute relates to who “owns” the kindness of King David, while reciting the Psalms of the “sweet singer of Israel,” we should have in mind that God should both remedy the present malady with kindness, and bring about the complete cure with the coming of the descendent of King David, Mashiach speedily in our days.

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