Amalek is anti-God. What's Amalek saying? Amalek comes and tells you, "It's too late. You can't fix it any more. It's too late, forget it. It's not for you." And, you see, Amalek is the one who says to you—imagine I decide I want to do something absolutely beautiful. Amalek says, "I know you for so long. For you, it's like a little holiness attack. You'll do it for three days, and then you go right back where you came from. Forget it. It's too late to change." Everything is too late. |
You know why there's no peace in the world: 'Cause Amalek is sittin' there, right? And [he says,] "Listen, they're killing each other for so long, and suddenly they'll change? Forget it, right? I always tell my friends, there are so many divorces in the world, and I could swear to it that Brother Amalek was standing under the chuppah and telling some—"I'd love to see how long this marriage lasts," you know? And the vibrations are-- I mean, you can see him when anybody starts doing something good. Right away, Amalek says, "Ahh. It won't last." Amalek.
You know, tonight is exactly four weeks after Pesach. And, again, we have more time later. I just want to tell you fast. The second chance—you're not given a second chance just like this. You have to ask for it. If you don't ask, you don't get it. I don't have to ask God every Pesach, "Please let me make a Seder." I mean, I'm asking God, "Let me make a good Seder." But it's Pesach anyway. Pesach Sheni? I have to ask.
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