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TYH Nation Presents “SHLIACH” 8th Day

TYH Nation Presents “SHLIACH” 8th Day

Written & composed by the Blumstein Brothers in collaboration with 8th Day, and inspired by the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, that every yid is a shliach of Hashem

But wait! Who is a shliach?

Is a shliach only our incredible yidden who spread Torah in far flung desert and ice? Or, is the message of being a Shliach, a messenger of Hashem—a job for every one of us?

Based on the words of Dovid Hamelech, that “Hashem guides the footsteps of man” (tehilim 37) you’re never lost, in fact, you are placed right where you are by the One above and He has a job for you.

We sing: “Kol yehudi (hu) shliach
Every one of us is a shliach!

You have the power in YOU to make a difference, exactly where you are, every single day.

Chassidus tells us that you don’t end up anywhere by chance.
There’s always something you can do to bring light and warmth to any situation.
Whether at home, in your business, or at school, you can be a superhero and find that mitzvah opportunity at hand.
This is a job for every Yid.
Every Yid has that power.

YOU have that superpower, because a shliach’s power comes from the One who sent him or her.
“We are shluchei Hashem, lehavi Mashiach”
And this is how we will bring Mashiach.

Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy
Composed by Blumstein Brothers
Guitars: Noam Burg
Bass: Dani Shnaiderman
Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel
Cover art by Yakov Josephy
Lyric video by MatiShriki Studio

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