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Account Options Sign in. Conseguir libro impreso. Elie Munk. This is a new, revised and updated edition of the World of Prayer, considered by many to be the finest and most authoritative English commentary on the Jewish prayer book. The language has been modernized and each word and phrase discussed in the commentary is marked in the incorporated prayer text in both Hebrew and English.

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May 17 23 Iyar Torah Portion. Do you feel like you're talking to a wall when you pray? Here's five key tools for getting your prayers answered. Let's get one thing straight: God wants to answer our prayers. He is our Father in Heaven, and we are His children. He loves us unconditionally. So why does it seem that God ignores so many prayers? And if He already knows what we want, why is prayer necessary in the first place?

Even those who stay far from a synagogue intuit the existence of God. As the saying goes, there are no atheists in a foxhole. When a guy is dug in and the enemy is coming, he will cry out: "Almighty, get me outta here!

I want to live! And I know You're the only one Who can help. To pray properly, you have to understand that not only God loves you, but His love for you is infinite. God has given you eyes, ears, intelligence, life itself! Every morning, a Jew recites blessings of thanks to God for all the gifts He has bestowed upon us. These blessings remind us of how deeply God loves us. When we pray, of course, we are not pointing out anything new to God.

He does not need us to remind Him of our needs. So why doesn't God just give without our asking? Because we need to pray. Prayer helps us refine and affirm what we want out of life. It's a process of maturity. If a billionaire father handed over unlimited cash on a silver platter, his child would grow up spoiled and irresponsible.

So too, if God gave us everything automatically, we may never define for ourselves what we want in life. True, life would be easy. But we would not grow.

Since God has our best interests at heart, He wants us to earn it. Because that's what will make us great. God has all the right connections.

He can find you the right spouse. He can solve your financial problems. So why in the world do we have all these problems? Because no matter how brilliant or powerful you are, you will never be able to live your children's lives for them.

In fact, part of genuine love for your children is to allow them to branch out on their own, to be independent. If we were just robots, mechanically following every instruction, the world might be neat and tidy. But life would have neither significance nor meaning. We have the "free will" to make decisions that are eternally meaningful. We can choose to move away from God — and He will let us do that. Not because He wants that to happen, but because He wants us to have independence — even at the risk of it being misused.

We may suffer the consequences, but it keeps our independence intact. You live in a small town in Midwestern America. There is an extremely large and unsightly pothole in front of your house. For the last four months the local municipality has ignored your insistent requests to have it fixed.

Finally, in an act of frustration, you call the White House and ask for the president. Hey, it's worth a try. To your utter amazement, the president himself gets on the phone. You quickly explain your problem. The president listens for a minute and then hangs up. You don't really expect anything to be done about it. The next morning you look out your window and, lo and behold, the army corps of engineers is busy at work fixing your road.

The President of the United States took your request seriously and sent in the troops to help! That is our relationship with God — Father and child. Just as a parent fulfills a child's request, so too God answers prayers.

The Infinite Genius Who created every molecule on this earth, can alter the course of existence in order to answer your prayer. To really talk to God, you need to know He is willing and able to do it all.

Otherwise, you're only talking to your finite concept of God — and not to our true Father in Heaven. Many people who visit Jerusalem are tourists who come to get a sense of Jewish culture and history. One day, a young tourist named Jeff was brought in to meet me at Aish HaTorah. A real atheist! Whoever was able to convince an atheist like you to speak to a rabbi like me deserves a medal. Jeff had been in Norway, visiting his Norwegian fiance.

And he decided it was now or never: either he is going to come to Israel or he'll never make it. So he headed for Jerusalem and the Western Wall. He figured he would stop by the Wall to see some old stones. Yet upon his arrival he was amazed. He felt something heavy. He was moved. As far as I know, You don't exist. But I do feel something. It's just that I don't know that You exist. But God, just in case You're really there and I'm making a mistake, get me an introduction.

Jeff finished his prayer, and one of the Aish HaTorah students who happened to be at the Wall, saw Jeff and thought, "Perhaps he'd be interested in learning some Torah. He tapped Jeff on the shoulder, startling him so much that he jumped three feet in the air. Jeff whirled around and shouted,.

That question hit Jeff like a two-by-four right between the eyes. He had just finished asking God for an introduction, and immediately someone was offering to introduce him to God.

Jeff learned at Aish HaTorah for the next six weeks. He was a very serious student, and went back to the States with a commitment to continue learning. A year later, Jeff came back to Israel and told me the end of his story. During that previous summer he had been meandering through the cobblestone alleyways of the Old City when he saw a pretty, sweet, religious girl walk by. He said to himself, "Look at the charm of this Jewish woman.

May the Almighty help me meet someone like this. One Shabbos morning during the next year, Jeff entered a synagogue in Boston for prayer services. Standing there was the same young woman he had seen in the Old City. He made his way over to her and said:.

Remember Jeff's prayer. If you know any atheists, you can teach it to them. Because when you are sincere with God, your prayers are answered. Anticipate that God wants to help you. Anything that you could ask Him for is infinitesimally small compared to what He has already given to you. If you don't expect the good, God is not going to invade your space.

He wants you to connect to your Father in Heaven. Yet He wants you to work for that understanding. By not answering you, God is telling you that you've got a problem, that you need to change.

That's doing us a big favor. Because if He wouldn't do that, we'd just remain stuck in our illusions, unclear on the idea that God can do it all. You're years-old and driving through Manhattan in rush hour in the middle of July. Red lights

A Segulah to Get Married

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May 17 23 Iyar Torah Portion. Do you feel like you're talking to a wall when you pray?

Last week we discussed the first chapter in Even Haezer, the section of the Tur and Shulchan Arukh dealing with the laws of marriage. That chapter dealt with the obligation to marry and have children. This week we discuss the second chapter, which discusses the ideal spouse whom we should marry. Seemingly, the main consideration mentioned in the Tur is family background, or yichus. The chapter opens: "A man should only marry a woman who is appropriate to him, one who has no disqualification, for anyone who marries a woman who is inappropriate to him, when the Holy One blessed be He testifies to the tribes [that they belong entirely to the people of Israel], He won't testify to him".

Choosing a Spouse

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Prayer For A Soulmate

Let us merit to find him, to come close to him and to hear Torah teachings from his mouth. And have pity upon all those who are having difficulty in finding their mate, in particular… specify the names of those you wish to pray for. Help them! We do not know, nor have we any idea how to really seek our true mates, for only You know how difficult it is.

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Penina had a number of children. But Hannah was not able to have a child. And it made her terribly sad. Every year, when the family went up to Shilo to worship and celebrate, Hannah could only cry.

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On the ninth of Av it was decreed that our fathers should not enter the [Promised] Land, the Temple was destroyed the first and second time, Bethar was captured and the city [Jerusalem] was ploughed up. By carefully observing the laws and customs instituted by our Sages see below , we are able to connect to our past in an essential manner, and renew our personal and collective effort to merit the building of the Third Temple. However, many people learn all topics of Torah until sunset. A mournful meal is conducted in the afternoon, just before the beginning of Tisha B'av. This meal is a one-course meal, and it typically consists of a hard-boiled egg, dipped in ashes that represent the destruction of the Jerusalem Temples, and some bread.

Segulos and Tefillos (Shidduchim)

Nowadays, with the growth of observance, there are often more telltale signs of an Orthodox home: modest clothes, sheitels, tzitzis , seforim Jewish books in the home, minyan and shiurim as part of the daily schedule. But for some reason, while it seems that there are becoming more societal norms of observance, davening for women is not necessarily among them. From my very non-scientific study, it seems that there are many frum women, who dress modestly, who attend classes, who check their vegetables for bugs carefully, but do not daven. And for many years, I was no different. Like most people, my relationship with Tefilla has functioned in waves; waxing and waning over the years. I grew up in a modern Orthodox home, thinking that davening was a weekday activity; something we had to do at school.

He can find you the right spouse. He can solve your One day, a young tourist named Jeff was brought in to meet me at Aish HaTorah. "What are you doing?

Know of a segulah or tefillah for a shidduch that's not listed here? Contact the webmaster at: webmaster shidduchim. How do segulos work and why? Find out more about the Secrets of Segulos. Read about more about segulos, their origins, and why people rely upon them in this article: " What About Those Wedding Superstitions For Singles?

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