Which gadol should I get a bracha from?

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  • #611353

    dont worry
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    Hello I need an address of a gadol(besides for rav chaim kanievsky) for a special beracha thanks a lot

    #988287

    WolfishMusings
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    Would it help if I gave you a b’racha?

    The Wolf

    #988288

    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    I’ll take one from you, Wolf.

    #988289

    SaysMe
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    i’m next in line after syag!

    #988290

    a mamin
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    In which country?

    #988291

    DaMoshe
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    The Rechnitzer Rebbe zl”m.

    #988292

    WIY
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    Don’t worry

    That’s very vague. Which country? Chassidish Litvish or Sefardic?

    #988293

    WIY
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    The Ballooner Rebbe.

    #988294

    Not me. I’m not gadol at all.

    #988295

    Trust 789
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    The Shotzer Rebbe, Rav Sholom Moskowitz ??”? is buried at the Adas Yisroel cemetery in Enfield, London.

    #988296

    yungermanS
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    not from any Gadol. go straight to Hashem for Help.

    JUST keep your faith in Hashem & everything will be all right rather you get a ???? or not. a big Rabbi, his blessings can & do help & you should go & get a ???? but just keep your faith in Hashem & everything will be all right. Thats the KEY to success in Judaism if you have faith in Hashem, Hashem has faith in you. (that you will do his????). There’s nothing wrong with getting Chizzuk from a rebbe or a Rosh Yeshiva & learning from their ways etc… theres also nothing wrong with getting a bracha from a rebbe BUT getting a bracha from a rebbe & depending on it AKA: coming home & telling your wife we just got a bracha that were going to have a child or be rich or our daughter is going to have a refu’ah shleima etc… is a lack of Faith in Hashem. The Chovos Halevavos says in the chapter of faith that a person cannot have faith in 2 things (AKA Hashem & a Rebbe, Rav or friend) for when he does, he loses both. (he then brings a mashal (parable) of a Rabbi who needed tapes of his speeches made to sell so he asked 2 of his members to help make them, but he knew if he would ask them together, each one would say the other one is doing it so i don’t need to do it. Instead the Rabbi brought each one in separately & asked each one & was successful.) For when you depend on 2 you lose both.

    Perhaps make a learning seder on Chovos Halevovos

    Hatzlacha Rabba

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    Torah613Torah
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    What about a Gedolah? I know several.

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