There is a special Tfilla from the Shla HaKadosh which should be said on the day of Yom Kippur Katan for Sivan. Yom Kippur Katan falls on Thursday due to Rosh Chodesh falling on Sunday.
Here is the tfilla: http://www.tefillos.com/tefillas_hasheloh.asp
May HaKadosh Baruch Hu be Mekabel this and all of our tfillos and shower us all with Bracha ad bli dai.
amen and thanks for posting this.
Isn’t it the prayer for ones children?
it is… here the link for a free download at artscroll.com http://www.artscroll.com/itehillim.html#parentsprayer
thanks for reminding me!
The day is over in Israel but there is still time in America. And, it can be said anytime, even after Yom Kippur Kattan, Hashem always listens to our tfillos.
Yes, it can be said anytime, and I just read that IIRC Rabbi Eliyahu says that if you’re not fasting you should say it Shabbos.
I wanted to remind everyone that one should remember to say the above tfilla tomorrow (Thursday) as it is Yom Kippor Katan for the month of Sivan.
Thanks to all those who posted links to the tfilla and may Hashem be mikabel the tfillos of Am Yisroel
Remember, today is the day!
Thanks to all those who put up the links to the tfilla last year
i know it doesn’t hurt to say this tefillah but is it just for good children or can i say it for any other bakashos?
even popa likes this tefilla.
as far as saying it for other bakashos, HUH? It is a tefilla with a formulated text. you can’t really ask for kids and mean cucumbers
There are many bakashos in this tefilla. Most seem to be meant to be said by parents for their children. I heard that this can be said even by those who do not have children or are not married as a tefilla for future children.
Unless you can say it after shkia it’s too late for The East Coast of America (and I presume, all places East of that position).
Here I was trying to be non-cynical for once.
Of course you can say it after shkia. Erev rosh chodesh sivan may be mesugal for davening for torah, but don’t you think G-d wants to hear your tefillos now also.
Really, it bears noting that this tefilla is not some “segula” (see my published rants). If you look at it, the text is very emotional and sincere. Don’t just zug it; daven it.
I am asking what about ON, Rosh Chodesh Sivan?
Thank you, SiDi!!!
tefilas ha’shla is actually not written by the shla himself. it was written by r’ shabsi sofer, and is known as tefilas ha’shla, because the shla endorsed the tefila and called r’ shabsi sofer “echad mehamidakd’kim”.
Or is it bump?
Thank you, yitzchokm!