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For five generations of the Talmudic era, the great Sages of the Land of Israel flourished in the Galil. There, like the Sages of Babylonia, they debated, expounded, and applied the laws and principles of the Mishnah that were received at Sinai .The sacred learning of those years was gathered in the Talmud Yerushalmi ù The Jerusalem Tamud.
They lived with Roman pogroms and persecution ù but the flame of Torah burned bright despite it all. Until about 350 C. E., when brutal Roman anti-Semitism decimated the Holy LandÆs yeshivos and silenced its voice of Torah. But the SagesÆ teachings live on in the Talmud Yerushalmi, just as the teachings of Babylonia live one in the Talmud Bavli ù The Babylonian Talmud.
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Please daven for Yonason Uziel ben Victoria. This is a young man (in Israel) who fell from a height of 8 meters (over 26 feet) and is in a very difficult situation. They have set up a tehillim read for him at: http://tehilimyahad.com/mr.jsp?r=iBAjQg3y5w
Please take a moment and say a perek for him, thanks.
Boys were playing around as teenagers do, with the lift /elevator for packages(can’t think of the exact wording),that raises the food to the dining room. This boy grabbed on from the outside to stretch some muscles, and the boys just lifted it up “a drop”(There are buttons to lift and lower.) with the intention to lower it. What actually happened is that the elevator went up to the second floor and got jammed, and they were not able to lower it...The boy was hanging there between heaven and earth at the height of 8 meters. They rushed to get mattresses but didn’t manage in time, and he could not hold out his strength long enough, and he just fell.
It seems he prepared for the fall. According to the estimations, he first landed on his knees and then on his face. The result was, The left knee cap broken two and fractures in his face: skull, nose, jaw and area around the eyes. Additionally, there is slight bleeding in the brain and he inhaled blood into his lungs. It is not a simple situation at all. He will need several operations followed by a long rehab. Presently he is in an induced coma on a respirator with terrible suffering.
The situation is just unbearable and extremely traumatic.
It is especially hard for the family Just over a month ago,the family left Tel HaShomer after a neice passed way following a long hospital stay. When they left, they said that they don’t want to return to this place. And here, we don’t control things in life. The mother of this boy is extremely in pain, with all the memories, doctors that were invlolved with the neice, the ICU, ....very difficult.
So PLEASE daven for him that he should be zoche to arise from his sick bed quickly completely healthy. And mainly that HaShem should say DAI! to our troubles and bring the geula speedily.
I received the message below from a third party asking for me to say the perek of Tehillim (121) listed below for
DAVID URI BEN TOVA GITTEL, a 10-month old baby (in Israel) who is in critical condition after swallowing water while being bathed. The message also asks the recipient to continue to pass it on to as many people as possible, not to break the communication chain, and that everyone who prays for his friend will be answered first.
thanks very much. May we share b'soros tovos.
בבקשה תעזרו כל מי שרואה את ההודעה שיעשה חסד וישלח את ההודעה לחמישה אנשים בלי לשבור! בבקשה לשתף ולהתפלל.
פרק תהילים לרפואה שלמה והחלמה מהירה ל דוד אורי בן טובה
תינוק בן 10 חודשים שבלע מים באמבטיה ונמצא בטיפול נמרץ והשעות הקרובות הם קריטיות להצלת חייו
״כל המתפלל על חבירו נענה תחילה״ בשורות טובות!
אֶשָּׂא עֵינַי, אֶל-הֶהָרִים-- מֵאַיִן, יָבֹא עֶזְרִי.
עֶזְרִי, מֵעִם יְהוָה-- עֹשֵׂה, שָׁמַיִם וָאָרֶץ.
אַל-יִתֵּן לַמּוֹט רַגְלֶךָ; אַל-יָנוּם, שֹׁמְרֶךָ.
הִנֵּה לֹא-יָנוּם, וְלֹא יִישָׁן-- שׁוֹמֵר, יִשְׂרָאֵל.
יְהוָה שֹׁמְרֶךָ; יְהוָה צִלְּךָ, עַל-יַד יְמִינֶךָ.
יוֹמָם, הַשֶּׁמֶשׁ לֹא-יַכֶּכָּה; וְיָרֵחַ בַּלָּיְלָה.
יְהוָה, יִשְׁמָרְךָ מִכָּל-רָע: יִשְׁמֹר, אֶת-נַפְשֶׁךָ.
יְהוָה, יִשְׁמָר-צֵאתְךָ וּבוֹאֶךָ-- מֵעַתָּה, וְעַד-עוֹלָם
לא להתעצל זה בדיוק שנייה לקרוא
We all wish the very best for all our children and grandchildren. May each and everyone have good news to share today, and always. Chaya Mushka Saacks a seven year old will have an hour and half surgery tomorrow morning, Thursday 7/23, about 7:30 AM
Please have Chaya Mushka bas Miriam Mirel Brendel in your tefilos.
This wonderful young woman (34), mother of three, is in critical need of our prayers right now.
She has stage IV cancer and is intensive care. We need to storm the heavens with our prayers so this decree is obliterated completely and she can go back to caring for her family.
2.5 weeks ago, she discovered the disease had riddled her intestines, after being admitted to the hospital for what they thought was dehydration. She was 28 weeks pregnant. A successful albeit complicated surgery was performed, with baby in utero, to remove the whole large intestine. 2 weeks later, the staples got undone and the infection began to swell her stomach. This infection meant an emergency C-section delivery on Sunday, July 5th, 2015. What should have been a momentous, happy celebration, was just news taken in stride, along with further reports of Tal's critical condition. The wife is being intubated and sedated in order to flush the toxins out of her system and has not seen her new baby yet. The stomach has been left open in a sterile condition for five days now in order to allow the doctors to clean it out daily.
The baby is premature by 2 months, and is currently in NICU. He is on antibiotics and is also fighting for his life at this stage.
These are horrible yissurim for a beautiful young mother to go through. She is a model citizen, and a very loving mother, and a holy Jew. Her two children at home, are being taken care of by neighbors and friends and family, while the father runs between his wife, his newborn, and hospitals, trying to find the best care for her.
Please don't ignore this email. It is not for donations, it is not for anything other than the words that come out of your mouth. This link:http://tehilimyahad.com/mr.jsp?r=PBnJ0S7RGU ; is special because it tracks the amount of tehillim that is read for this one specific case. It shows how many people read, and how many donated their good deeds for the full recovery of this woman. I update Tal's family and her husband with the incredible amount of prayers said so far (20 books finished in five days since I posted the link) and it gives him so much hope in a time of bleak darkness and constant worry, not knowing what will be with his wife.
Please take the time to say even one perek. The more the merrier. And please pass it along to just one person, but the one person who you know will read for Tal.
Thank you and refuah shlema to all of Am Israel. --
Best Regards,Mor Maisel
From Debbie in Eretz Yisroel:
Please go online and say a perek or perakim of tehillim for Chaya Bas Ora at http://tehilimyahad.com/mr.jsp?r=KRW9TlxupL
Below is the history:
"Please continue davening for this woman. She has finished the chemo and there is nothing else they can do---the cancer has spread all over. Her name was changed to Chaya bas Orah.
We should share in bsoros tovos!
On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 2:17 PM, Malka wrote:
A woman in our kehilla here was in her 8th month and was just diagnosed with the machalah, R"L, yesterday. It was so serious that they performed a c-section this morning (and delivered a healthy baby girl, B"H), so that she will be able to start treatments as soon as possible, as, unfortunately, things are apparently quite advanced. She has a bunch of little kids, including one in gan with Tova.
Please daven for Elinor bas Svetlana for a refuah sheleimah.
We should share bsoros tovos!"
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