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BDE- Miriam bas Shoshana

Please say Tehillim for a young drowning victim. The situation is critical.

Replies : 8  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: cnc Tue, Jul 25 2017, 4:40 pm

Please say tehillim

Please say yehilim for a child who was pulled from a swimming pool
Miriam bs Shoshana

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Replies : 29  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Tue, Jul 18 2017, 9:28 am

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A young lady that was diagnosed with the Machala needs our prayers. Please pray!

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Mon, Jul 17 2017, 9:17 pm

Some great, Jewish summer reading for Imamothers

On these long, summer shabboses, even the busiest ‘imamother’ usually has at least five minutes when they can take a break and pick up a book.

We’re not looking for something too heavy… or too intellectual… or too long…

Just something that will raise our spirits, inspire us to keep going through the tough times, maybe make us giggle, and to reassure us that we aren’t the only ones who have teenagers who want to dye their hair blue…

Welcome to:

The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife!

Here’s what other real, frum Jewish women have been saying about it:

1. - Dassie: “Rivka comes off as a quirky & compelling Everywoman, but with the caveat that she's able to dig down much deeper than these diaries ever go...and still remain engaging & readable….Regardless of who you are, this book offers a lot to laugh about, read about, and think about.”

2. M: “I am so glad I invested in this book it answered many questions I have about myself, and shows me how to live this precious life that Hashem has blessed me with. It helps remind me to cling to Hashem even when things aren't going as planned.”

3. Angela: “Loved the "realness" of the book...it inspired us to keep on going even when we feel like we're not successful at most of what we're trying to do...*Smile

4: Evey: “There are just so many excellent points in this book and it has made a tremendously huge impact on how I live my life on a day to day basis. The author's raw honesty woke a part of me that had been sleeping for many years unbeknownst to myself and I like to consider myself a mindful conscious person. After reading this book I was able to take a very deep exhale.

“I have more compassion for myself, less critical of myself. I am doing my best in this world by being truthfully honest of where I am holding in my Judaism and that the small steps done with heart allows one to climb up that spiritual ladder. We women have been way too harsh on ourselves and each other and I felt Rivka just took the pressure valve off by opening herself to her own inner conflicts that I can totally relate to. Thank you Rivka Levy! This book came to me at the right time in my life.”

5. Gavriela: “It is so refreshing to read a book by someone grounded in reality, who is not lecturing, but rather is opening a window into her soul's journey. The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife offers something for everyone and I highly recommend it.”

6. Galia: “Rivka brings to life the real dilemmas and challenges to be faced in 21st Century Jewish observant family life…Absorbing, easy to read, engaging and highly recommended.”

Come join The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife conversation!

You can buy the book HERE on Amazon, paperback: $12.99, Kindle e-book just: $3.99.

OR - order the paperback HERE on The Book Depository and get free postage.


You might want to also check out these other books by Rivka Levy:


The real reasons why we get sick, and how to stay healthy


This book takes the guesswork out of ill-health by spelling out how body, mind and soul are connected, and explaining which physical illnesses are connected to which mental and emotional issues.

It can help you to figure out the real root causes of WHY you're getting sick, and WHAT to really need do to stay healthy and happy - without medication or invasive surgery.

Order the paperback ($19.99) or Kindle e-book (just $3.99) on Amazon HERE.

Or order the paperback on The Book Depository HERE, and get free postage.


“I have been personally challenged by bouts of anxiety and depression over the years and have tried various remedies, such as acupuncture, yoga, reflexology, herbs, vitamins, as well as so called conventional medicinal cures ie anti-depressants.

I have also read many books on anxiety and depression which have swamped the market. Rivka's book is totally unique in this area, as she not only provides a simple and clear guide to natural healing methods, but also places the idea of the Creator as being central to the healing process, which most other self healing books ignore!

…This book is must for those who have looked for solutions to health problems and haven't yet found them. This book is basically a life changer!”


An eight week journey to real, lasting happiness


Before you can really get happy, you first have to figure out what's making you sad. 

The Happy Workshop sets out an 8 week program of easy, but powerfully-effective exercises that will help you to figure out what's bringing you down, and what's ...

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sun, Jul 16 2017, 9:29 am

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