In downtown Manhattan, if they wouldn’t interfere, then in a short time you’d be amazed, because the streets would become jungles.
All you need is a crack in the sidewalk; a crack between the sidewalk and the paving of the street; and a seed blows in and lodges there.
And the seed has the power of breaking macadam.
It breaks concrete and in the course of time, it becomes a forest.
It’s amazing what HaKadosh Baruch Hu’s creatures can do. And grass and trees would be growing on Broadway and Times Square. And it wouldn’t be such a bad thing at that. I think it would be an improvement.
But that’s how Hakadosh Baruch works.
And today, a green jungle covers all of Central America, where once the great empire of the Incas had roads and flourishing cities.
Simply by its innate God-given nature to grow, to thrive and flourish, a seed has the potential to overwhelm and conquer things much stronger and gargantuan.
Just like the Jewish neshamah.
Rav Miller's Hagaddah
For those in the Flatbush or Lakewood areas, they printed a few hundred more copies of Rav Miller's Haggadah, which you can purchase for $5 at the following locations:
- Flatbush: Rabbi Landau's Shul
- Flatbush: 860 E.12th Street
- Lakewood: Satmar Shul
- Lakewood: 259 Chestnut Street
Toras Avigdor subscribers received a free PDF of Rav Miller's Haggadah.
(It seems to be around 240 pages.)
Chag kasher v'sameach - Wishing you all a kosher and joyous Pesach.