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    Lilmod Ulelamaid

    I heard a shiur the other day about how there’s an inyan to daven on Tu b’shvat for an esrog mehudar. Apparently this can also refer to davening for a chosson. I’m not sure why – I missed that part.

    I’m not sure what you are supposed to do this year, since Tu b’shvat is on Shabbos and you’re not supposed to daven for bakashos on Shabbos.

    You are allowed to make shidduchim on Shabbos, but I don’t know if you are allowed to daven for them.

    However, perhaps a good option would be to daven right after candle lighting. From what I’ve heard, you are allowed (and supposed to) daven for bakashos then.

    Disclaimer: I have no sources for any of this. If anyone agrees or disagrees with any part of it and can supply sources, I would be happy to know. This goes for all CR posters, seminary teachers, and all other Orthodox members of Klal Yisrael. Since this shiur was actually given by a seminary teacher (maybe Shopping’s?), I suppose that means it must have a source.

    Little Froggie

    An Esrog is k’neged halev, you’d want an “Esrog Mehudar”, and of course, a nice “pear”. And b’karov!!

    Little Froggie

    And the best time to daven for anything, the best segulah, is right after performing a Mitzvah (the harder, the better, ???? ???? ??? ????…). It’s just that by candle lighting, which is ??? has more potent in the areas of ????.


    I don’t understand the question. Don’t you say (or sing) “VeZakeini” after you light? Daven for sons who can “light up the world with their Torah, good deeds and all the work of the Borei”. May Hashem provide everything you need to bring them into the world and raise them so they will indeed light up the world with Torah, good deeds and all the work of the Borei.


    Can one of the other posters here please tell LilmodUl the vort about how exactly ‘Chosson domeh le’Esrog”?

    I’m pretty sure I saw it here in the CR.

    But I don’t want to say it over wrong…

    And to LU, may all your tefillos be answered speedily and in the best possible way!

    Little Froggie

    Golfer: something about checking it all around through and through, poking and probing. Then for seven days you hold it so preciously.. And then it gets discarded..

    Something along those lines.

    Lilmod Ulelamaid

    LF – lol, sure hope not.

    Truebt, Golfer & LF – Amen!

    TrueBT: “Don’t you say (or sing) “VeZakeini” after you light?”

    no, actually. It never occurred to me to say it since I’m single. But you’re right; maybe I should.

    The question was: 1. Can I daven for a shidduch on Shabbos (besides for right after candle-lighting)?

    2. If I davened right after candle-lighting, does that count as davening on Tu b’shvat, since it was before shkiya and not really tu-b’shvat yet. And actually, this past week, it wasn’t even Shabbos yet since I wasn’t mekabel Shabbos with lighting since I hadn’t davened Mincha yet.

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