Out with the old, in with the new
For Pesach cleaning this year I decided to search through my closet and throw away any immodest clothes that I’m not wearing anyhow. Baruch HaShem and thank you to Rabbi Yaron Reuven and his wife for the inspiration. My holy Jewish sisters, please do the same.
Not just the obvious items.
Skirts that were just a bit too tight or barely covered my knees.
Shirts that were obviously not modest but maybe if I put another tight shirt under them they could somehow pass as ok?
Shoes with heels that clearly communicate something other than “Sarah Imeinu”.
Bathing suits for...?
I have no idea why I still had this garbage.
“According to the master-kabbalist the Arizal, the souls of the final generation before Moshiach's arrival are reincarnations of the souls of the generation of the Exodus. Just as then it was in the merit of the women's faith that the Israelites were redeemed, so, too, it will be in the merit of the righteous women of our generation, and their unwavering belief in the Redemption, that we will be redeemed once again.”