Thursday, May 24, 2018

Aneinu Name Correction Please Daven

The correct name for tefillos is  Shprintza bat Leah. **************************************************************************** Please daven for an Aneinu members machutanista's mother Shpinyza bat Leah who is doing poorly.

Aneinu Please Daven

Please daven for a Chicagoan, Gittel bas Frumit, who needs rachamei shamaim

Aneinu Urgent Tefillos Needed for Soldier

Tthere has been a recent uptick in the number of terror attacks since and just before Ramadan began.  Yesterday the Duvdevan Intelligence Unit of the IDF executed a mission near or in Ramallah.  They were there to find and arrest a specific terrorist, who was part of a terror cell that had carried out more than one of these recent attacks. During the mission a concrete block was hurled from atop a three-story building hitting and mortally wounding Ronen ben Lenna (לנה), a member of that unit.  Doctors at Hadassah Ein Kerem are fighting to save his life.  Please daven and say tehillim for his recovery. A tehillim yachad read has been opened for him Click here.

Aneinu Please Daven

Please daven for an Aneinu members machutanista's mother Shpinyza bat Leah who is doing poorly.

Aneinu Please Daven New Mother in Coma

Please say Tehillim for Michal Chana bat Bluma Rut who had a baby last week. Today was the Brit. She is still unconscious in intensive care. Please daven that she have a refuah shlema and be able to raise her baby. She lives in Israel

OU HOLIDAYS YU TORAH and NAALEH.COM Propitious Prayer By Shira Smiles

Adapted by Channie Koplowitz Stein Among all our holidays, Shavuot has the unique distinction of not having any specific positive commandment associated with its observance. While Pesach has the eating of matzah, for example, and Sukkot has the lulav and etrog, we have no symbolic mitzvah associated with Shavuot. True, men have taken on the custom of being immersed in the study of Torah all night, but this is not a Torah mandate, and certainly doesn’t apply to women (although women may choose to study all night as well). Shavuot, then, is closely associated with tefillah/prayer, as prayer is the means through which we show our desire for Torah.

[Aneinu] Mrs. Shira Smiles Shavuos Message

From: L. Ravens > Sent: Thu, May 17, 2018 10:12 am Subject: Mrs. Shira Smiles Shavuos Message BS”D Please pass on to your family and friends, thank you!! Hello Ladies, I had the privilege of hearing a very special shiur from Shira Smiles this week. I asked her if I could share it with you, and she graciously said Yes, with pleasure. The details are below. In addition, I am passing along parts of a Shavuos D'var Torah that I thought you would appreciate from the Beis HaMussar Newsletter -written l'iluy nishmas the Mashgiach HaRav Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe z"l. It very much ties into the theme of Mrs. Shira Smiles invigorating Shavuos shiur. Enjoy!! Each morning in the bircas haTorah we ask Hashem, "Please make the words of Torah sweet in our mouths." Rav Wolbe (Da'as Shlomo Geulah p. 207) explains that the word "v'haarev (make sweet)" shares the same root as the word l'areiv which means "to mix." When a person partakes of something pleasurable, it blends into his very essence thereby becoming part of his physical or spiritual makeup. We daven to Hashem that we should find the study of Torah sweet and pleasurable so that all Torah learned should mix into the very fiber of our bodies and souls. One who experiences the pleasure of Torah will undoubtedly achieve the levels mentioned at the end of this bracha, "May we... know Your Name and study Torah for its sake." Since he feels the pleasure involved with learning Torah he will seek to study its words without any ulterior motives, simply for the sake of learning Torah and getting to know He Who gave us the Torah. Additionally, the enjoyment will, in turn, endow us with a large dose of love for Hashem Who gave us this most pleasurable present. Shavuos is the day that we receive the Torah anew each year. During these special days now before Shavuos, and on Shavuos, perhaps it is worthwhile to put in heartfelt prayers for ourselves, family, and Klal Yisroel that the Torah we learn should be sweet and pleasurable. This is an endeavor which has the ability to change us and elevate every single day of our lives for the better! And, the lives of our family, friends, and Klal Yisroel. To Access Mrs. Shira Smiles Shavuos shiur: Please dial: USA Phone Number: (641) 715-3900 Extension: 196578 followed by the # Gut Shabbos, Chag Sameach!! Leah