Watching Over You – A Song of Faith (A Yeshivat Lev HaTorah Production)

Watching Over You – A Song of Faith (A Yeshivat Lev HaTorah Production)

After a week of intensity in the South of Israel, all of Am Yisrael finally felt the pain and began to understand what the citizens of Sderot and other cities of the South have been feeling for years. The internet was filled with well-wishers and blessings to the soldiers and citizens of Israel. Gabe Rosenfeld reacted in a way that was so natural to him. As rocket fire escalated and emotions were flowing, the words to this song began to write themselves. With the help of his Yeshiva, Yeshivat Lev HaTorah in Ramat Bet Shemesh, this song became more than just an idea.

The song describes the emotions of a young man who loses contact with his younger brother during a “Tzeva Adom” – Red Alert Siren. This song is not just a beautiful attempt at understanding our brothers and what they are going through but it is also a sign of hope. If Klal Yisrael can begin to care, feel, and pray about other Jews around the world regardless of affiliation, then maybe situations like this would not even occur. This is the focus and goal of Yeshivat Lev HaTorah and Gabe and friends have done a truly inspiring job in getting this important message across.

For more information about Yeshivat Lev HaTorah, please visit our website www.levhatorah.org or checkout our facebook page www.facebook.com/levhatorah



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