Accessing infinite power: This is what the verse states, “That it will be on that day, a great shofar will be blown;” for the fact that it says, that a great shofar will be blown is indicating that it will be blown by itself, this means that G-d Himself will be the one to cause man’s positive achievements, which refers to the times that we’re in. Only a few moments are left before the coming of Moshiach, hence it is our privilege now to recognize that all we achieve both personally and communally is not due to our greatness, rather due to G-d’s greatness; Additionally, when a person recognizes this – that everything that he has achieved is due to G-d using him and not due to his personal abilities, one may think that this may cause him to weaken his resolve to do things, but to the contrary – when a person realizes, that when I do things from my own ability, as I am a limited human being, so even if it is, “bchoil mi-oidchah” “with all my might,” nonetheless, my might is limited, hence my ability to achieve is limited, but using G-d’s strength, I am able to be infinite, for G-d himself is infinite! Kuntres Rosh Hashanah 5752