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On this side of the world, Jerusalem just went through a very intense Mayoral election. School kids could be found all over the city lining the walls of their bedrooms and surroundings with posters of their preferred party. We at the Kotel personally got the zchut of the Gadol, Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlita of B’nei B’rak, leading a tefila session that ultimately led to the victory of his preferred Mayoral candidate the next day.
In Jerusalem and in Israel, it’s so clear that it’s all about prayer and gaining spiritual merit. There is so much spiritual blessing to tap into in this holy place. We want to share it with you!
One such spiritual blessing is the Tu Bi’shvat Segula for a marriage partner.
How is it done?
We write the Hebrew name and mother and father’s hebrew name of someone who is looking to get married, on a piece of paper and then hang it around an almond tree for the entire holiday of Tu Bi’shvat. Then we take it down, mail it them, and they have to keep it with them all the time (perhaps in a purse or under their pillow).
If you don’t believe us, read the Hamodia article about this segula here.
If you’d like us to do this for you or a friend, it would be our pleasure in appreciation for your ongoing support. Just fill in your details and pre-pay the postage online and we’ll mail you the almond-tree wrapped paper directly. Tu Bi’shvat falls on January 21st – in just 2 weeks. Just click here to sign up and feel free to post/send to friends. Requests must be in by Monday, January 14th.
Remember that even though we do segulas, we don’t take them too seriously – they are to give us added help from Above. Ultimately we know that our prayers are answered by Hashem alone and He put these segulas into the world to help us help ourselves. Every added zchut helps!
With blessings for revealed goodness soon,