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THE INTECHIGENCE PROJECT - COMMUNICATION #6 Using Technology Intelligently January 18, 2018 The Verdict on a Shul Ban! Dear Friends: I hope this note finds you all well.  I want to thank the incredible number of people who wrote to us in response to our last Intechigence message that solicited your input on the question of banning cell phones inside the shul.  Your input was instructive and valuable!    To review briefly, we had discussed how consistently our weekday davening, events and meetings are loudly interrupted by a cell phone ringing, most often with ...
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If anyone wants to write in memories of Mrs Drabkin for the family to read, please email memoriesofmrsdrabkin@gmail.comBaltimore, MD – Jan. 15, 2018 -  It is with deep sadness that (BJL) informs the community of the petirah of Mrs. Chaiya Drabkin, a’h. Levaya will take place Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018 at Levinson's at 12:00 PMKevurah at Agudath Israel Cemetery - RosedaleShiva will be observed at 6302 Pimlico Road Baltimore, MD 21209Shacharis 7:30 AMMincha/Maariv: 4:50 PMVisiting Hours: After Shacharis through 12 PM....2:00 PM - 6:00 PM....8:00 PM - 10:30 PMMotzaei Shabbos 7:00 - 10:30 PMPlease respect the family and adhere to these times for visiting Bila HaMaves LaNetzach…
Baltimore, MD - Jan. 19, 2018 - Reposted upon request: Baltimore, MD - June 9, 2016 - Important Letter to the Baltimore CoBaltimore, MD - Nov. 10, 2017 - Reposted upon request: Baltimore, MD - June 9, 2016 - Important Letter to the Baltimore Community from the Vaad HaRabbbonim of Baltimore  Text of the above letter  Erev Shabbos, Parshas Bamidbar 5776 To our Dear Community Members, We are privileged to live in a beautiful community of Torah and Chesed. But we must be aware and ever vigilant of our surroundings. Crime is an unfortunate reality with which we must contend. City and County police work hard to protect the citizens of our community day and night. Communal organizations like Northwest Citizens Patrol (NWCP0 and Shomrim are here to be the eyes and ears of our resid...
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NEW YORK (WABC) -- Drivers may have to pay to come into the busiest parts of Manhattan under a new plan due out on Friday. The idea called "congestion pricing" involves using electronic tolling to charge drivers for entering parts of the city during peak times.If the proposal is approved, tolling would take effect from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. weekdays below 60th Street for a total of $11.52 a day, according to multiple reports. Taxi, Uber, and Lyft drivers would be subject to a separate surcharge per ride and truck drivers would be charged even more.Mayor de Blasio has long opposed this. He would rather raise taxes on the wealthy.Ten years ago, Mayor Bloomberg proposed a similar plan but it never gained traction in the New York legislature.What changed in the last decade? There has never b...
WASHINGTON -- Thousands of intelligence agency employees would be furloughed even as tension over North Korea's nuclear program remains high. Important biomedical and public health research would be interrupted and possibly damaged. Military veterans would watch helplessly as the processing of their disability claims came to a halt. Although the government won't actually close if Congress can't pass a spending bill by Friday at midnight, there's plenty that won't get done should hundreds of thousands of federal employees be barred from working until dysfunctional Washington agrees on a plan. J. David Cox, national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said shutdowns can have dramatic impacts as jobs are left unattended. The longer a shutdo...
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The United States will not provide $45 million in food aid for Palestinians that it pledged last month as part of the West Bank/Gaza Emergency Appeal led by the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the State Department said on Thursday. The State Department had said on Tuesday that Washington would withhold a separate $65 million it had planned to pay the UN agency that serves the Palestinians, saying UNRWA needed to make unspecified reforms. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert denied the withholding of the $65 million was to punish Palestinians, who have been sharply critical of Trump’s announcement last month that he would move the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. In a Dec. 15 letter to UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl, State Departme...
Itai Mor, 44, killed while taking out trash after fight with neighbor; 'He was the kind of person everyone wanted to be with. Sweet man.' Itai Mor, 44, was killed Wednesday night in Ashdod, apparently following a dispute between neighbors over parking in their apartment building's yard, reports Israel Hayom. According to suspicions, the argument between the two began earlier that day, hours before the murder. The police investigation indicates that in the evening, Mor went down from his apartment on Eshkol Street in the city's A quarter to the courtyard of the building in order to throw out garbage. A few minutes later, Mor's wife heard screams, and when she opened the door she found her husband lying bleeding on the steps at the entrance to the ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided House voted Thursday to prevent a government shutdown after an eleventh-hour deal brought conservatives aboard. But the GOP-written measure faced gloomy prospects in the Senate, and it remained unclear whether lawmakers would be able to find a way to keep federal offices open past a Friday night deadline. The House voted by a near party-line 230-197 vote to approve the legislation, which would keep agency doors open and hundreds of thousands of federal employees at work through Feb. 16. The measure is designed to give White House and congressional bargainers more time to work through disputes on immigration and the budget that they’ve tangled over for months. House passage was assured after the House Freedom Caucus reached an accord with House Spea...
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Parshas Bo: Who Has the Power?

Before Makkas Borod, Moshe Rabbeinu announced that anything living that is left outside in the field will be destroyed by the hail. This is the seventh plague. Six previous plagues have been predicted and fulfilled exactly as predicted. But we find that there are two groups of people—those who feared Hashem and followed Moshe’s instructions to gather their property into the field, and those who simply ignored it and went on with life as if nothing was going to happen. How could they be indifferent to what they knew was going to happen?

One must realize that the chariots that were later used by Pharaoh to pursue Klal Yisroel were drawn by the horses of these very same yorei dvar Hashem! It seems that when they want to save their money, they fear Hashem. When they are losing their money, they are no longer in fear of Hashem.

The makkos are a lesson in human behavior and human reactions to uncomfortable realities.

Moshe comes to Pharaoh representing YKVK, and Elokei Yisroel. One God with one set of absolute rules and one people who are specially looked after by Hashem and connect to Him. Pharaoh says this is out of my frame of reference.

Most human beings operate in life within a certain defined frame of reference. When things happen outside their frame, they have to push reality a little here and smooth it over there to make things work together with their prior understanding of the world. Moshe is chiseling away at Pharaoh’s frame of reference and also the frame of the Jews who have been in Egypt for 210 years. This is not so simple—especially since they have been assimilated into Egypt’s culture. Now there has to be a paradigm shift which is very difficult.

In the 1880’s there were all these grand sweeping ideas about human nature and human history. Much of the culture of the time was dominated by concepts of nationalism and national identity and national destiny. Much of Eastern Europe was dominated by ideas of socialism and communism and all of human history had to fit into these grand ideas. Early Zionism was built on these concepts and everything the early Zionists perceived about the world was made to fit into that framework. The whole kibbutz movement was an application of the communist ideals for human society and was an utter failure. After Communism collapsed in Russia, the last people to concede defeat were the Zionists in Israel. After Stalin was exposed as the biggest murderer in the history of world, the last place on Earth to take down his picture were the Kibbutzim in Eretz Yisroel.

Old ideas and ideologies die hard. People don’t like to have their whole philosophy about the world turned upside down.

People say they are hoping for Moshiach to arrive. I often wonder if they would really accept the fact if it would actually come about. Imagine if tonight the Heavens would open and a thunderous voice would announce, "Anochi Hashem—the geulah is here." I would bet that tomorrow there would be 15 different scientific explanations offered in the media for what would clearly be a Divine revelation. People have a deeply entrenched frame of reference and it takes a tremendous amount of honestly to move from it.

Pharaoh has his understanding of the world—he won’t change it. Moshe takes his staff and throws it down. Pharaoh is not impressed—all his Chartumim threw their staffs down. But Moshe’s staff swallows up all their staffs! It’s not just regular magic! But then they start to explain it away. Pharaoh can’t find YKVK in his book of deities.

Makkas Dam has an incredible psychological aspect to it that is absolutely fascinating when you notice it. Egypt had two chief deities that were worshipped: the Nile—which was the source of water and life, and the sun—another source of prosperity. Moshe Rabbeinu said you Egyptians worship the Nile which is the source of life? I will turn the Nile into a source of death. Everything the blood touched died. The Chartumim responded—we can also turn the Nile into blood! We don’t have to pay attention to you! But they didn’t even realize the contradiction. They professed to worship the Nile as their source of life! How can they just turn around and denounce their belief in the Nile? It was because Moshe was threatening their way of life and their whole conception of reality. He had to be thwarted and refuted at any cost—even at the expense of their belief in avodo zoro. They couldn’t stop and think about what Moshe was telling them.

There were three sets of makkos. The first set was “Ditzach”.

Moshe is not just making miracles. He is showing Egypt the truth of Hashem’s absolute existence and that avodo zoro is false. The Nile turned to blood and then produced frogs. Their world is being destroyed by things that the Nile is producing. They can’t take it.

Until now, Moshe Rabbeinu has only increased the powers of nature. There is enough within the Egyptian's mindset to explain it away. But then we have Kinim—creating a simple form of life out of dirt. This was something beyond their capacity. But the Chartumim still only call it Etzbah Elokim—a very powerful Force of nature that creates life—it is not necessarily beyond nature.

So now we go to the next level — “Adash”.

Orov—wild jungle animals invading civilization. It showed that Hashem makes intelligent distinctions between Jews and Egyptians. It is not just a blind force of nature that Moshe is tapping into. Apparently until this point, the distinctions weren’t clear. Now, everyone sees these animals are not invading Jewish areas. No Jewish owned animal is affected by the plague of Dever. But wild animal and animal plagues are still within the realm of natural disasters. So is Shechin.

The last four makkos are completely supernatural. Borod was such that it shattered the Egyptians’ entire world-view. No hail of such magnitude was ever experienced in their history. This clearly comes from the greatest power—there are no limits to this power. However, to drive home the point, the hail comes with fire. In nature these things cannot coexist.

Arbeh is similarly on a magnitude that has never been seen. It is beyond nature.

Now there is a tendency to ignore it—we call it cognitive dissonance in English. It was much harder to accept these makkos because it meant accepting a force that is beyond everything you know in nature. It is very difficult to take that step and say that Hashem is above nature.

The Torah gives us a context of how we are supposed to understand life and it has no analog in Western thought. As we said earlier—if there were to be a Divine revelation right now, world-wide at midnight, it would immediately be explained away and ignored. Move on. We can’t allow ourselves to take it seriously and restructure our entire world-view. This is why many people have a problem adopting a genuine attitude of emunoh and bitochon when it comes to making sense of events in the real world.

We have a concept of “Lev melochim ve’sorim beyad Hashem.” That means the decisions made by the 5-10 politicians that have the greatest impact on the world-stage, are not really made by them through their own free-will. They are puppets being manipulated by Hashem. But unfortunately, frum Jews are still analyzing world events by the standard tools of secular political analysis. A real frum Jew believes that Hashem is using these people to guide human history in the direction that He wants it to go. But many Jews can’t let go of the secular mindset, the instinct to analyze it from the pragmatic political vantagepoint.

Economic success is also dependent on Hashem’s will. Hishtadlus is merely a formality—it doesn’t actually bring about the results that happen. Hashem is running the word completely.

Yosef Hatzaddik was an amazing human being with incredible insight into reality. When the brothers were groveling for forgiveness, Yosef tells them in no uncertain terms: It wasn’t you and it wasn’t me. It was Hashem pulling the strings and manipulating all our middos—some good and some bad—to bring about the result He wanted. He wanted me in Egypt and He wanted me to rule the country and this was how He chose to do it.

Accepting that this is how history works and how economics work is very difficult. The person in charge of the U.S. economy in 2008 was supposedly an expert in the history of economics and assumed he had figured out the failsafe policy for success. But then the market collapse of 2008 happened and then he realized he left something out of his models and equations. When Hashem wants a good economy, there will be a good economy. A Ben Torah doesn’t run to the analysts and the pundits to figure out what’s going on. He goes to the Torah.

Rabbi Shlomo Lorencz was a religious member of the Knesset. When Ben Gurion retired, he asked Ben Gurion if he had any regrets during his long political career. Ben Gurion responded that he had none except for the exemption from the army he gave to yeshiva bochurim and avreichim. Because in hindsight, it made no sense.

When Moshe Dayan was asked the same question, he gave the same response—no regrets except for giving army exemptions for yeshiva students. The answer is that these politicians weren’t really making those decisions. It was a matter that Hashem had an interest in a certain result and he manipulated the politicians to make the proper decision.

This is our view of history. This is our view of the defense of the country and the economy. When people have their own view of the world and the Torah’s view is radically different, there is a deep tension which people experience.

The Rambam says that limud Torah has to straighten out one’s thought processes and attitudes and ways of interpreting the world. At some point, one has to come to grips with the fact that there is an irreconcilable clash between the Torah’s way of viewing events and the secular way. One adopts the Torah way by immersing one’s self entirely in the ideas and concepts of Torah.

Many people had problems with my book on Torah and science. I said they aren’t problems once you take the Torah view of reality as a given and science is just a theory. Most of the questions disappear. But rather than admit that you have a scientific view of reality and that makes problems with the Torah, people prefer to say the Torah has problems and we have to adjust the Torah to resolve the conflicts. The Torah has a totally consistent way of looking at the world, but it requires accepting the Torah as an independent system that is self-sufficient.

In my book on women and Jewish Law people had problems because they were looking at the Torah through the lens of feminism. The book said we need to first look at how the Torah views women and their relationship to halacha and mitzvos and then see if feminism fits with the Torah’s view or not. We don’t pass judgment on the Torah from some other frame of reference. But you can only see the Torah’s comprehensive view of a subject when you learn a lot of Torah.

The Rambam wrote in Moreh Nevuchim that many Jews of his day were influenced by Greek philosophy and when they saw the conflicts with the Torah, they were tempted to abandon the Torah. So the Rambam showed that even within the rational view of the world, there aren’t that many contradictions with the Torah. And with the few that do contradict, we have to choose the Torah over Greek philosophy and adjust our views to conform to the Torah. He begins with the assumption that the Torah is correct and there is a minimal amount of areas which truly conflict with Greek philosophy. At that point we need an adjustment of your Greek world-view.

Others, like Rav Yehudah HaLevy, said once we are assuming the Torah is the most reliable source of truth about the world, why bother reconciling it with Greek philosophy altogether? Shatter their trust in Greek wisdom at the outset and go with our understanding of Torah straight.

We are constantly dealing with people who have a completely different world-view than that of the Torah. Torah has its own independent, logically consistent world-view.

In Makkas Borod, Moshe tells the Egyptians that the power I am in touch with is totally above everything you have ever experienced in this world. They couldn’t accept it, unless it means saving their money. If not, they can’t change it.

We have a basic disagreement between the Torah and the Greeks regarding Creation and the eternity of the world. The entire ancient world was on one side and we were on the other side. The Rambam said this is where we have to part ways with Greek philosophy.

There was a dispute about the size of the universe. Newton’s understanding of universal gravity produced the conclusion that the universe was both infinite in time and in size. And this view became entrenched in scientific community for centuries. Until Einstein came up with his theory of relativity which predicted the expanding universe. It seemed to challenge Newton’s view of the universe, so Einstein fudged his equations in order to avoid overturning the idea of an infinite universe. He did this until the facts forced him to realize that the universe is expanding and Newton was wrong. At that point, Einstein admitted that it was the biggest blunder of his life because his own theory predicted an expanding universe and he ignored it because of his need to hold on to his original frame of reference.

People are not willing to change their world-view until it hits them in the face.

There is an internal logic and consistency of Torah that underlies every gemara and every Rashi. People adopt a foreign world-view and try to fit the Torah into this foreign world-view. Being mekabel ol malchus shomayim means we accept the Torah’s world-view and adopt our ideas to fit with the Torah.

It wasn’t just the Egyptians who had trouble adjusting to the reality of Hashem and the falseness of avodo zoro. All the way up to Makkas Choshech, the majority of Jews couldn’t bring themselves to make peace with the fact that Hashem was turning everything upside down and was taking them out of Egypt. It is shocking to contemplate. But we see this happening every day. People can be shaken up and hit with the facts, but they cannot be torn from their frame of reference. They didn’t want to leave and had to be killed in Egypt.

The first plague killed the avodo zoro of the Nile and the ninth plague killed the avodo zoro of the sun—absolute darkness for the Egyptians. All the beliefs and philosophies of Egypt were being shattered and most Jews couldn’t deal with it. It entailed a radical revision of every concept they had of reality and what it means to be a human being. This is kabbolas haTorah—Hashem runs everything and things work through His system and thought-process and most Jews were simply not up for the task. The ones who were had to gradually adjust to it and it took Klal Yisroel a lot of trial and error in the midbor before they were completely ready.

The Rambam asks why was it necessary for Hashem to arrange for Christianity and Islam to take over the world? What was the point of these two religions becoming so dominant and pervasive? He answers that to go from pure avodo zoro to the revolutionary ideas of Torah and Moshiach is too radical of an adjustment. So He allowed some religions to gradually introduce these concepts to the world so it won’t be so jolting when Moshiach arrives and the real truth about reality is revealed to all. So too, the adjustment proved too much for most of Klal Yisroel in Egypt because the shift in paradigms was so radical and revolutionary.

We live in a world where the whole way of thinking is anti-Torah. Torah has its own unique way of approaching everything. By the time you get to kabbolas haTorah you have to reprogram yourself to be able to align thinking to a whole different world-view. You have to allow your eyes to be open to the system of the Torah—and it is a serious adjustment for most people.

This is why when it came to Makkas Borod, a total violation of the laws of nature with fire and ice working together was necessary. If it was only natural hail, just more powerful and more intense, people could have fooled themselves that it was a natural disaster. So the fire had to be put into the hail to show that this is something totally new and beyond nature.

So too, when we learn Torah, we have to approach it within its own autonomous system, in a way that breaks through and remolds our thought-processes and our way of viewing the world.

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