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Friend of mine donating kidney to her mother, please daven

A friend of mine is in surgery right now to give a kidney to her mother.

Please daven for Ahava Shira bas Shoshana Chaya (daughter) and Shoshana Chaya bas Miriam (mother), both today and through their recovery I"YH.

Thank you for your tefilos!

Replies : 4  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: bigsis144 Tue, May 24 2016, 1:02 pm

We now have a new group for women over 50

It's a subforum on the Over 35 group.

You need to click on the Usergroups tab on the top, and then find the Over 50's group and click on "Join a Group."

I hope that all those who wanted it will come over a post!

Replies : 8  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: imasinger Mon, May 23 2016, 1:47 pm

Please daven for my niece *Batya bas Rachel*brain stem tumor

She is turning 2 this summer besrat Hashem... she was diagnosed with a brain tumor 7 weeks ago. It's a tumor at the brain stem and extremely difficult to treat. There is not a big chance of survival. But we do believe in Hashem and his kindness so we are trying to get as many people as possible to daven for her or say tehillim/take challah etc.

Her name is Batya bas Rachel.

Thank you very very much... Tizku l'mitzvot.

Replies : 34  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: nomismommy Sun, May 22 2016, 8:24 pm

PSA: Lashon Hara L'toeles

Last week in the parsha we learned about "hochiah tochiah es amisecha".
We are in yimei hasfira preparing for kabblals hatorah
We are not that far from the 3 weeks which we were punished for hilchos bein adam l'chavero and lashon hara.
As a long time member of this site, I see violations of this ALL TOO OFTEN. I thought it was time for a review.

Please remember that lashon hara l'toeles is very specific (There are 7 guidelines, but I'm posting them succinctly here)
1)Has to have immediate & relevant implications (thinking that someone will move to my neighborhood in 3 years from now is NOT immediately relevant)
2)Has to be related in an objective manner--not from a newspaper article or a blog but from a 1st hand source. There cannot be ANY exaggeration.
3) It cannot be told to anyone who would have a personal complaint about the person.

And even if you HEAR or SEE something about someone else--unless the person has publicly denounced Judaism or Hashem, the person is STILL considered "amisecha"

1) You cannot take it as fact--even if you are the witness (ma'aris ayin? dan l'kaf zechus?)
2)You cannot act on the person or bear a grudge to the person
3) You can take precautions--such as not leaving the person alone with others--but in case of male/female situations--that's halacha anyway
4) You CANNOT tell other people, you CANNOT embarrass anyone.
5) We are not Hashem we have NO idea how various crimes/behaviors/aveiros rank in the eyes of HaShem. BEFORE posting anything negative--think about yourself--have YOU been perfect today? Did you keep Shabbos 100%? Did you interact with your friend in a 100% perfect way.

This is NOT to protect BAD people--but to treat others the WAY YOU WOULD WANT TO BE TREATED--Also last week's parsha. If a person committed a crime and is covering his/her face=shame and embarrassment. Already a form of teshuva. IF and WHEN there is REASON to know then you should know. To/ inform people--especially if it is a public of a short-coming of Our people is also an aveirah.

We have to show the world that "Kedoshim tehiyu" is our motto--and that we are above these allegations instead of bemoaning our shortcomings.

But you DON'T have to take my word for it, you can read up on hilchos lashon hara here:


Replies : 5  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: miami85 Fri, May 20 2016, 5:56 pm

Urgent tehillim for lung transplant patient

Please daven for a young man (34), an oleh chadash from Britain, the father of three little girls (triplets) who is in critical condition following a double lung transplant.
He has CF and the transplant was his last hope.
The name is Binyamin Yitzchak Yosef Leib ben Feygie.
Tizku lemitzvot.

Replies : 9  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: etky Sun, May 15 2016, 3:38 am

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