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  • in reply to: Tefilla for teens in crisis – need your ideas to improve it #857907
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    SilentOne: IT IS A PHENOMINAL TEFILLA!!!

    May all your tefillot be answered as well as klall yisrael’s!

    I have done kiruv work all my life and it is written from the depths of your heart to go into other people’s hearts.

    If every person would take notice of just one or two neshamot, we would all be in a better palce. These neshamot all stood with everyone at Har Sinai and said NASEH VE NISHMA!!! Don’t forget your brothers and sisters….give mishaloch manot, invite them for a seudah, invite them for a shabbos meal, smile at them, invite them for a coffee and piece of cake, have them partake, without any questions asked, for a Pesach seder or meal. The rewards are so great!!!!

    Silentone: keep up your wonderful writings and prose! It is a gift from H’KBH!!!! Simchas Purim!

    in reply to: Hashgocha Protis #857864
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    To all the dear members and moderators of the wonderful Coffee Room:

    EVERYTHING IS HASHAGACHA PRATIS! ME KAAMCHA YISRAEL!

    As we all know, the power of Tefilla is phenominal, H’KBH saves each tefilla for a purpose. We each daven for certain things to happen, to help us, for others, for our families, and always Ha-Shem listens to our heartfelt tefillot, and sometimes WE feel they have not been answered as we would have liked. H’KBH saves up our tefillot and every tear shed, in our zechuot sometimes for a later date or time or for a different member of our family down the generation. AIN OD MILVADO!!!!

    If you have read another thread Shidduch segula – one I have not seen before, I wrote the story about the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL and the late Queen Mother of England. I decided to try to help other people (in whatever capacity – zivugim hagunim, refuot, yeshuot, nechamot, zerah shel kaiimah, parnasa etc) to daven at his kever. I asked people to send in by fax, all the names that I should be mispallel I’YH on Shushan Purim, at his kever. I had asked the moderators, as did other members from here, to send on our personal emails to each other. But, alas to no avail, I was forced to give a fax # where my brother in law works. I did not tell him anything and then I mentioned to my husband that I have to get some names in a few faxes. (No one knows what I plan on doing on Shushan Purim morning). Lo and behold, on Motzei Shbbos, I received a personal email from oomis1105 and I was shocked to find out that she was my dear friend from many years ago, whom we have lost contact with, but very often thought about.

    I must admit, that being a member of the coffee room, I read most posts but do not always have the time constraints to answer, but one gets a geshmack and feel of the person who is answering and their wisdom. I always looked forward to oomis1105’s answers and her great knowledge of halacha, tenach, common sense, recipes etc. I often thought she went to a great Beis Yaakov and had a good kop, K’H, bli ayin harah. I remembered fondly my conversations with oomis1105 of many years ago, and would think if she was one and the same person. Now, thanks to the coffee room, we have been put back in touch personally!

    Wishing all Klall Yisrael a very Simchas Purim, may we all be zocher to an abundance of HAGEFEN, with a double portion of yiras shamayim ve chet, menuchas hanefesh ve guf, osher with aleph and ayin, ahavas chinum, shalom ve shalva le amaynu ve arzaynu, may all the chayalim and shevuiim come home immediately briiem ve shelamim le shalom, refuos, yeshuos, nechamos, zivugim hagunim for all who need them be karov, and zerah shel kaiimah for all who need them be karov, and may all our enemies suffer like we did and more for 5772 years, and last, but not least, may we have the Geulah ve Yeshuah for all Klall Yisrael imminently! Amen Kein Yehe Razon!!!!

    in reply to: Haifagirl #881529
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    Haifagirl: Please read the thread Shidduch Segula – one I have not seen before. If you want, please fax me your name to be mispallel for you and others you might know, for anything needed, at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever on Friday, Shushan Purim.

    May H’KBH grant you all your tefillot le tova always! Amen!

    in reply to: Segula of saying tehilim purim night. #857536
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    Haifagirl: Please read through the other thread Shidduch Segula -one I have not seen before. If you want, send me a fax with any name you would like me to daven for at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever as I shall be be going on Shushan Purim I’YH. May H’KBH answer all your tefillot sweetly and affirmatively be karov Amen Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858685
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    oomis1105: IT IS PHENOMINAL!!!! I believe it should be written in a “Small Miracles” type of book! Maybe one day!

    in reply to: Segula of saying tehilim purim night. #857535
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    aidea: You start to say the whole sefer Tehillim AFTER Chatzot (find out your local time in your city, on Wednesday night), and continue to say until you finish the whole sefer with one bakasha.

    I wrote you on the other thread that I shall I’YH go to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever very early on Shushan Purim and you can send me a fax, with the names you want me to daven for.

    Behatzlacha!!!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858683
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    an idea: I am I’YH going to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever on Friday, Shushan Purim at 6:30 a.m. Any names you would like to send me to daven for has to be sent by fax (Int’l #) +44 208 808 9789 by Monday night as I will only then receive the fax on Tuesday I’YH. Please type clearly the names and for what it is to daven for zivugim hagunim, refuos, parnasa etc.

    I will close my computer for Taanis Esther, Purim and Shushan Purim. I will advise I’YH when I get back that mission is accomplished.

    in reply to: Road Rage #857643
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    Bt Guy: Excellent comments and very thought provoking, especially about working on his middos, and remembering who WE are.

    in reply to: Bosch or Magic Mill #857093
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    The difference between the newer model and the older model is wattage. The older model has 650 watts. The newer model has 1000 watts. The newer model has a stainless steel bowl that has a column, such as a angel food pan. This is good for cakes rather than the larger stainless steel bowl which can take 5lb of flour, + all the other ingreients in one go. It is available to buy online to accomodate the newer model and it fits. My friend bought in London the newer model, and purchased the bigger round stainless bowl online and is so happy with both. She makes great challahs and all cakes with her newer model.

    in reply to: Bosch or Magic Mill #857086
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    Big Deal: I have the Bosch and it is VERY EASY to clean! I leave the barts to soak for a few minutes and wash it with a stiff dishwashing brush and the dishwashing liquid soap and it is clean. I make the egg whites in the Bosch and it comes out great. Everything is a “mazal zach”. It also depends on how cold the eggs are, i.e. room temperature, if you added sugar straight away or if you let the egg whites to whisk a bit and then add the sugar very SLOWLY, and then lower the speed a bit to incoporate the sugar, and the increase the speed to get it to its maximum.

    My friend has a Magic Mill and is always complaining. I am B’H very happy with the Bosch. And, my daughter in law has a Bosch too.

    in reply to: Bosch or Magic Mill #857084
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    Buy the Bosch. It is the VERY BEST machine to have. I have a Kenwood Major and the best machine ever is the Bosch to make challahs, kokosh, breads, bagels, and the cakes etc.

    It is heavy duty and it will B’EH last for many long, good baking years, to do for many simachot I’YH.

    Is the one you are think of purchasing a 1000 watt machine or a 850 watt machine? How old is the model? Does the machine come with a stainless steel bowl with a column in it like a angel pan or is the stainless steel bowl flat? I have two bowls. One with the column (like the angel pan), I use for all cakes, but not kokosh or fruit cakes. I have another bowl, a stainless steel bowl for the challahs, breads, bagel, kokosh, rugalach dough, cookie dough, heavy fruit cake mixture or any heavy doughs. If the machine does not have the full stainless steel bowl, it is worth buying one online and I will send the link to you, if you need it. My friend just purchased a Bosch and she is estatic with it. Her sister is now buying one. The Bosch has a plastic cover so the flour does not fly everywhere. The Mill does not have a cover and the flour goes everywherte, and goes at a smaller speed due to the wattage. You can also get an attachment for a shredder/slicer for the Bosch.

    It is a phenominal machine worth every single penny!!!!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858677
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    JaneDoe18: I have been telephoned that your fax arrived, sorry for the mix up when you sent previously, as I had not told them to expect faxes. Will receive them personally later in the day I’YH. I wanted to keep this more tzniusdik, that people should not have to know everything. So sorry. Will post again when I personally have them in my hand.

    Blinky and oomis1105: Went to a Bracha party last night and davened for all names given and will continue to daven each day I’YH until I am told there is B’EH good news. I also learn two halachot of the Chofetz Chaim sefer on Shemirat Halashon every single day, in the zechut of all the people I daven for and also try to not speak, listen, write or otherwise during the specified hours, of Machsom Lefi, (Tehillim Perek Lamed Tet), of not to have anything to do with Loshon Harah.

    Me Shenichnass Adar Marbim B’Simcha! Today is the birth and the yahrzeit of Moshe Rabbeinu Z’TL and may all our tefillot reach the heights of the Kiseh Rachamim of H’KBH!

    in reply to: Nice affordable wedding present #856686
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    Hand towels (to use after washing for netilat yadaim) embroidered

    with their last name initial and put in a lovely basket, which the shop supplies with the goods. I have two sets of different colous and it is used every single Shabbos and Yom. A great gift idea.

    in reply to: Lakewood Mail Fraud #856619
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    abcd2: Amen kein yehe razon for your bracha to all!

    in reply to: Poll: What's Your Favorite Nosh? #1027055
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    Kosher Belgian Chocolates, especially the milchig ones! They are to die for!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858675
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    I also attend a Bracha party each Rosh Chodesh and once during the middle of the month and all the women answer AMEN out loud and as each bracha represents something. We start off with Mezonot = Parnasa, Hagefen = Zivug Hagun, Haetz = Zerah Shel Kaaimah ( for children), Haadamah = Health (refuot), Shehakol = For Everything Else, Borei Atzei Besamim = Leilui Nishmat for …

    Each person then reads out her own list of names of people, after each particular bracha and we all daven for all refuot, yeshuot, nechamot for all for whatever each person needs.

    There is Nishmat Kol Chai recited out loud together and also Thank You Hashem (I found copies of this in Hebrew, English, French and Spanish for free in Jerusalem II Pizza shop on Bway between 36th and 37th Street NY) and brought them back to say. In fact, there is a Bracha party to say Amen tonight I’YH for the Yahrzeit of Moshe Rabbeinu. Then there is Hafrashat Challah for the women who want to do it, and bring their own dough. There is usually a guest speaker who speaks for about 10 minutes. It is so wonderful to see how many women come and how many tefillot have been B’H answered affirmatively. May it always be so!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858674
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    Blinky and oomis1105: I have received your two faxes B’H.

    With the name of the child who needs a refuah shelama be karov, how is the second name pronounced. Is one of the names Leib? Please send me the way it is said in tranliteral, through this column. Tizku le Mitzvot!

    I am so sorry that the moderators did not send you my personal email or phone # or vice versa. I am a person who never complains and try only to do good for others always, with a clean and pure heart, and I can not see why if asked to do something as important as this, the moderators refused to help. It is no wonder we are still in galut!

    JaneDoe18: Just send the fax, I will receive it B’EH. No need for The Best Bubby, just send the names. I will get it I’YH tomorrow, and will report back here that I received it.

    in reply to: What to Do on Purim #856413
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    ZeesKite: You asked what special segulas are there for Purim.

    Say the whole sefer Tehillim after chatzot laila (find out your local time) on Purim night after the first laining of the Megilla, with one bakasha (anyone you feel is important!) This will take approximately 2 1/2 – 3 hours!

    Give zedaka beseser.

    Read through a different thread from the beginning: Shidduch Segula – one I have not seen before. It is very interesting!!

    Behatzlacha!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858666
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    Please send the names as soon as possible, as I would like to start davening as soon as I get the names. Thank you!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858665
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    I have written to the moderators twice to give my # or email to whoever needs it or vice versa but to no avail so, I had to give a direct fax #. If you type out or use the word processor and then print it off and fax, it will take less space and be more legible to read. The fax is open day and night. The reason I wrote +44 … is that I don’t know where everyone is living, hence I left out the international direct code on purpose! Please give me your personal email / phone # so that I may contact you direct to tell you when I have davened. Please be in contact when there is I’YH good news be karov!

    I promise I’YH (and of course, bli neder), that I shall go to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever very early Shushan Purim, Friday, 9th March, to be mispallel for all who need anything. The cemetary opens at 7:30 a.m. There are many other great Zadikim buried there and will daven there also I’YH.

    I will light 2 candles for the Rebbe’s Z’TL neshama, as per his will, and one candle for each person I am davening for. I use tealights. I then I will take something on myself B’EH, in the zechut that the Rebbe Z’TL will intercede on our behalf, before kiseh rachamim. May all our tefillot always be answered swiftly and affirmatively for the good I’YH.

    in reply to: Flat Challos – any advice? #856594
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    Yes, twisted, you are correct. I thought everone knew that you must use high gluten flour to make bread, challah, rolls kokosh cakes, etc. I am sorry I did not mention it in my earlier post.

    Yehudah Tzvi: Wishing you a a very speedy and complete refuah shelama and I continue to daven for you and your dear friend, whom you asked us to daven for, every single day. I also added both your names to a rota list, in which 40 women bake challot every single week, in your zechut. May H’KBH grant you all your tefillot le tova be karov Amen ! Keep up the spirit – you will get through this difficult time quickly B’EH!

    in reply to: Flat Challos – any advice? #856592
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    Syag advice is correct and also Nechomah’s advice.

    This is what I do. When you put the fresh yeast in a bowl with a teaspoon of sugar for every ounce used from the full amount of sugar used in recipe, sprinkle some of the flour on top of the yeast mixture, so that it will foam. After I’ve finished kneading the dough, I put the dough in a well greased (with margerine that has been frozen – to use less)very big stainless steel bowl. Put a few drops of canola oil smeared on top of the dough by hand or with a silicone brush – whatever is easier. Cover with saran wrap. Then put in to an 50 degree C preheated oven, on the bottom shelf. After a half hour, knead the dough in the bowl again for a few minutes, then cover again with the saran wrap and then leave in the oven again for another half hour. I then take out of the oven, remove the saran wrap and cover with a clean tea cloth. Preheat the oven to 170 degree C fan. I leave the dough to come back to room temperature covered for about another hour, in the bowl. Take out of bowl on a lighly floured surface. Plait the dough as you wish. (I do 6 strands). Then I place on a silicone baking sheet in a aluminum baking pan (jelly roll pan), egg wash and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Place in preheated oven straight away and bake until done.

    Be matzliach!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858661
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    Jane Doe18: Looking forward to have the zechut to daven for all the people I’YH. Please fax the names with all the info, i.e. zivuggim, refuos, yeshuos, parnasa, zerah shel kaaimah etc.

    I would very much appreciate if you send the names typed for easier reading. I don’t want you to have to send the list again. Please also leave a phone # in order to contact you please.

    May H’KBH answer all bnei yisrael’s tefillot le tova be karov Amen!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858659
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    Blinky, JaneDoe18 and oomis 1105: Please send all names to daven for. I have sent a request to the moderators, yet again earlier tonight,to give my email address but TO NO AVAIL! Please send a fax to +44 208 808 9789 with all the names to daven for. I will receive all the faxes.

    Please moderators let this pass. You are being so unhelpful. There are so many people that are ill, and need refuos, nechamos and yeshuuos for various reasons and it is the month of ADAR and we should practice AHAVAS CHINUM each every single day, in everything we do, so that we can ensure that we have the geulah shelamah be karov! Amen!

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    It was reported here at YWN last week regarding the adding of the name CHAIM.

    May Chaim Yisrael ben Chana Tzirel have a complete and speedy refuah shelama with all cholei yisrael Amen!

    in reply to: Gefilta Fish Loaf Help #1106364
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    OOMIS1105: I still have NOT received any information regarding the names to daven for or contact details of yourself and JaneDoe18. I have asked the moderators last Thursday night and still have not heard anything.

    I will I’YH go the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever very early on Friday,9th March which is Shushan Purim. I can not go any earlier as I have an urgent appointment on Friday 2nd March I’YH, and I can not postpone it.

    Please send me all the names either through here or send me an email please.

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    A name was added last week. CHAIM YISRAEL BEN CHANA ZIREL.

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858657
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    To JaneDoe18 and oomis1105: Please advise me of the names to daven for through this column. I have asked the mederators to pass on my personal email to you or vice versa and have NOT heard till now.

    I will go very early I’YH to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever on friday morning, Shushan Purim. PLEASE, PLEASE SEND ME ALL THE NAMES YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO DAVEN FOR.

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858656
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    JaneDoe18: I have NOT received any private emails or phone call from the moderators. I have even sent a message directly to them last night to no avail. PLEASE SEND ME THE NAMES.

    I promise you I’YH, as I promised oomis, on another thread (gefilta fish), that I will go another Friday, very early morning to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever to daven for all the names you will give me I’YH.

    Have a gut, gezunt, gebenched, mazeldik chodesh and we should all be zocher to make many simachot with simcha be karov, with much siyata dishmaya and ahavat chinum for all! Amen!

    in reply to: Gefilta Fish Loaf Help #1106362
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    OOMIS 1105:You are certainly right – machshava k’maiseh!

    Please ask any and all the moderators to give you my private email and phone #s and I will certainly daven for you and your children. Ask the moderators to give me your phone #s and I will call you as I have a phone plan to call USA, landlines and cells, for free for about 59 minutes.

    I have so many girls and boys that I daven for each and every day, including cholim, and also for yeshuot, and shevuiim, and zerah shel kaaimah, and B’H I have received a text very, very late last night to say one of “my” girls has become a Kallah! MAZAL TOV!!!! I’YH by all yiddishe neshamot be karov!

    Don’t worry, if I don’t have the names today to go to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever, I promise you I shall go another Friday, early morning to pierce the shamayim. What is a few hours worth to have the zechut to be in the long chain of the shelichim to do some chesed to ensure people are davening for them and share in their simachot I’YH? We all need to have AHAVAT CHINUM so that when we close our eyes to say Shema at night, we can have a clear concience that our neshamas have done everything possible for others. Please contact me and also give me other names that need davening for.

    Have a good and blessed Chodesh Adar I’YH filled with many simachot with simcha in good health always! A Gut and warm Shabbos! Amen!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858652
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    JaneDoe18: Have not heard from the moderators or yourself, with the names to daven for. Please advise of the names through this topic.

    in reply to: Gefilta Fish Loaf Help #1106360
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    oomis1105: Thanks for your Mazel Tov wishes, which are always accepted! I know you have children in the shidduch parsha, from your writings… may H’KBH grant you this Adar, me shenichnass Adar marbim be simcha, that your children find their true zivugim hagunim be karov and it should all go quickly and smoothly and I’YH you and your husband should have much koach, gevura and good parnasa to make only simchos with simcha be karov! Amen!

    If you want, please ask the moderators to send me their names to my email to daven for them at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever in a few hours I’YH.

    Your recipes are good, I have tried some of the other ones, cakes etc. You give clear, concise instructions, which are not complicated. And, most importantly the end results are good.

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858651
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    I must apologise. Above, I had written that the Queen Mother was Elizabeth I. Queen Elizabeth I died 24th March 1603. The Queen Mother, who was the Consort of King George VI, was the mother of the present Queen Elizabeth II. Big typo error! So sorry!

    Also, can someone be so kind to advise me how I can get in to my profile, step by step please, in order to retrieve the info from JaneDoe18? Thanks so much. Tizku le mitzvot! Chodesh Tov!

    in reply to: Mother in Law MM #853499
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    Send her all non perishable PESACH products i.e. wine/grape juice, chocolate, jellies, cocoa, anything for Pesach that can be put away, ketchup, apple juice, macaroons, KLP cakes that are out already, dried fruit. This way you don’t waste all the chometz things that are left over and not eaten and you can put everything away for Pesach I’YH.

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858649
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    JaneDoe18: Please send the names as I need to get all the things ready to go I’YH.

    When one goes to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL Kever beforw chatzot on Friday morning, one has to light 2 candles for his neshama to announce you are there, and then light a candle for every person you are davening for. One must also take something on themselves to do. He wrote in his zevuya (will – and a copy is on the wall next to his kever written in Yiddish and in English, that people have to take something upon themseves to do with yiddishkeit and not be bluffers.) He was nifter in Shevat 1953, and people came from all walks of life to get a bracha from him.

    There is a Rav in London who told me the following story, 10 1/2 years ago. In 1950, when he was a young boy in the Yesodei Hatorah school, a levaya took place on Cazenove Rd in Stamford Hill of some great man, he can not remember the person’s name). It was winter and all the children of the school were brought to Cazenove Rd. to pay their respect to the nifter. It was a very big levaya and in Europe the levayas take place in the street. There were hundreds of man and there was a sea of black, the coats, suits and hats etc. A car stopped and waited a bit thinking that the crowd will pass quickly. There was one hesped after the other. The driver was impatient and wanted to ask the people to pass. The passenger was very compassionate after she had realized it was a funeral and said to her driver we must have respect for the deceased and the mourning family. This passenger was none other than the Queen Mother who then was The Queen Elizabeth I, who was in the official car (Rolls Royce) on the way to an official engagement. The Queen did not realize that Jewish funerals have quite a few hespedim and she was considerably delayed. The Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL approached The Queen and made the bracha for the Queen. He then gave his own bracha and benched her that she should have a long and healthy life with all her faculties, to serve her people and kingdom, and thanked her for her compassion in not disrupting the funeral. The bracha materialized, as the Queen Mother lived to be over 101 and was in great health until she passed away in 2002.

    There are always many people at the Shotzer Rebbe’s Z’TL kever every single Friday morning davening, beseeching and crying and literally hundreds of candles are lit.

    May the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL be a meilitz yashor for all Klall Yisrael and may all our tefillot be answered le tova. Amen!

    in reply to: Gefilta Fish Loaf Help #1106357
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    oomis 1105: B’H the aufruf was fantastic and the chasuna was grand and very well organized. It was very nostalgic, as it was our last child to marry B’H. The weather held – it was actually sunny, not raining, and bearable. The next few days were actually freezing and snowing.

    I made your idea of the fish / salmon and the cucumbers for the chrain. It looked divine! Thanks for the idea. I actually made my own rolls of fish from scratch. We thoroughly enjoyed the simcha B’H and enjoying the next stage in life I’YH – loving and enjoying the einaklach and I’YH great grandchildren in good health! May we all share many simachot with simcha be karov!!!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858647
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    Please send names through here, so that other people can also daven if they so wish, or ask moderators for my personal email. I am 5 hours ahead of NY time. I just ask, if you don’t mind to give some money, even a small amount or a few coins for zedakah in a Rabbi Meir Baal Haness pushke in the zechut of whom we need to daven for I’YH on the early Friday morning, when I bli neder will go to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever.

    Besurot tovot b’karov!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858644
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    Yes, JaneDoe 18, and for all others, the night of Purim begins after the 1st leining of the Megillah (after Taaniis Esther). Wait until the local time of your Chazot Halaila and then read your sefer Tehillim. One bakasha for each reading of the Tehillim. You can start a whole group of women together to say the whole sefer, each one seperately, this way you will have company and perhaps not fall asleep!

    May H’KBH grant all Klall Yisrael, an abundance of HAGEFEN = Hatzlacha rabbah bechol maasay yedaynu, Gut, Gezunt, Gebenched, Gut Parnassa b’Shefa for all, and much Yiddishe Nachat from all our families I’YH, a double portion of Yirat Shamayim ve Chet, menuchat hanefesh ve guf, refuot, nechamot, and yeshuot for all who need them, zivugim hagunim for all who need them b’karov, and zerah shel kaiimah for all who need them b’karov, ahavas chinum, shalom ve shalva le artzanu ve amaynu, may all the chayalim and shevuiim wherever they are be well and healthy and returned safely le shalom b’karov, and may all our tefillot be answered speedily and le tovah b’karov, and may we see very speedily in our days the complete geulah ve yeshuah for Klall Yisrael and the imminent rebuilding of the Bait Hamikdash b’karov!!!! Amen Kein Yehe Razon!!!

    I may possibly go to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL Kever very early on Friday morning I’YH to daven, so if you want to send names to daven for, please do so by Thursday night.

    May everyone have a wonderful and gebenched Chodesh Adar!

    in reply to: Sefer Tehillim Worldwide Daily #1229503
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    Please say Tehillim urgently for a very young mother who had severe complications in pregnancy and had a massive blockage. Was operated on and also baby girl taken at 6 1/2 months. Has been in HOSPITAL OVER 7 WEEKS and needs rachmei shamayim be karov. SHE HAS TO BE OPERATED AGAIN AS I WRITE THIS.

    Please daven for RUT BAS LEAH ZIPPORAH MALKA AND FOR THE BABY TOBA CHAYA BAS RUT FOR A SPEEDY AND COMPLETE REFUAH SHELAMAH. AMEN!

    in reply to: Snip! #851179
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    You are right, BPT! Phenominal cherry chocolate chip soy ice cream from Trader Joe’s! As well as their real chocolate chips for baking. Had them when we were by the children for Yom Tov. Anything they make rocks!

    Great to see that you are “back in service” more often.

    May everyone who needs zivugim hagunim be blessed with them speedily and to be zocher to build a bayit neeman b’yisrael be karov!! Amen!

    in reply to: TAKE TEHILLIM HERE – Rav Elyashiv In need of Rachamei Shamayim! #850862
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    I will start now (at 7:10 am european time)to say Perak 119 – to Perak 137 inclusive.

    Besuros Tovos!

    in reply to: TAKE TEHILLIM HERE – Rav Elyashiv In need of Rachamei Shamayim! #850847
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    I just saw this thread, I will take from Perek 119 until 137 inclusive.

    Refuah Shelamah for HA Rav YOSEF SHALOM BEN CHAYA MUSHA AND KOL CHOLEI YISRAEL Amen Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: Please help. #849681
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    Have said Tehillim for Dovid Yaakov ben Marilyn Marsha and continuouslly for yourself Yehudah Tzvi ben Elisheva to have refuah shelama be karov betoch kol cholei yisrael. Amen Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: HELP/ IDEAS FOR CHILD WITH CELIAC #846609
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    You can bake cakes/biscuits with potato flour, so therefore, you can make no gebrokt cakes for all year round use. There are some good recipes in the Heimeishe cookbook from Nitra.

    Contact the celiac society online and you can find a world of infomation.

    Behatzlacha and Gut, Gezunt Chodesh!

    in reply to: Mordechai Schmutter #894421
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    Mordechai Schmutter and his lovely family daven at Rabbi Menachem Spira’s Shlita shul on Main Street, in Passaic. Phenominal, down to earth, and very caring and personally involved Rav & Reb and a wonderful, yeshivash crowd.

    in reply to: Please daven urgently for a 11 day old baby in Hospital #835759
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    Update on Baby Orli Rachel bas Gabriella Zivia:

    Baby was born in NJ Hosp. It is definately a staph infection, that B’H was caught ontime. The baby was now in another Hosp than the birth hospital and given intravenous antibiotics, and kept in isolation. She has been discharged last night after Shabbos and will be on antibiotics for another 2 weeks, at least.

    Please still have the baby in mind when saying Tehillim. Thank you everyone for all your concern and good wishes. Very much appreciated. May we only share in simachot in good health!! ME KAAMCHA YISRAEL!!!!

    in reply to: Please daven urgently for a 11 day old baby in Hospital #835752
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    Thank you everyone for your concern and tefillot. I have spoken to the grandmother earlier and she said the baby is still serious but the drs are B’H very hopeful for a full recovery be karov I’YH. Will continue to keep you posted with updates.

    in reply to: Any good segulah for helping the childless? #829319
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    Forty women taking hafrashat challah with the couple’s full name and their mother’s names.

    Davening at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL Kever in London at Enfield Cemetary on a Friday before Chatzot.

    I read an article in Hamishpacha, that Rebbetzin Kanievsky A’H, leaving her home on the way to her Mother’s (Rebbetzin Eliyashav’s A’H)levaya, asked someone to call a yungerleit who had no children for many years to do the mitzvah of Shiluach Haken. It is reported that the family had a child after doing this great mitzvah.

    Chai Rotel on Lag B’Omer in Meron.

    Taking kvater at a bris.

    Making a bracha party and saying all the brachot and everyone answering AMEN loudly.

    Davening, davening, and more davening!!!!!!

    in reply to: I am very sick. Please daven for me. #920042
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    Yehudah Tzvi ben Elisheva: Look and read how all of us here in the coffee room care about one another in their time of need. We are all davening for you to have a complete and immediate refuah shelama be karov Amen!

    I will take upon myself to say from Perek Kuf Yud Tes from Pasuk NUN (Ner le Ragli), until Kuf Lamed Zayin inclusive.

    You are going through a very hard time, but this is a nisayon that you must accept with sever panim yafos. Take each second as it comes. Your body needs to heal and if you are sleeping it should heal I’YH. To become ill, takes a second, to become better takes ages of patience, tefilla, emunah and bitachon. Try to push all negative thoughts out of your mind. Let a good friend come to visit you, let the Rav of your shul visit you, or speak to you on the phone daily. Maybe someone in your community can help your wife by starting a meal rota, so that your wife, who is your main carer, can have some more time for you, herself and the kinderlach.

    I have given your name to all in the community and we are doing zechusim, bracha parties are being organized in your zechus for a complete refuah shelama be karov.

    May H’KBH grant Yehuda Tzvi ben Elisheva betoch cholei Am Yisrael, a complete and immediate refuah Shelam be karov, refuas hanefesh ve refuas haguf, an abundance of HAGEFEN = hatzlacha rabbah bechol maasei yedaynu, good gezunt, good parnasa be shefa, and much yiddishe nachat, a double of yiras shamayim ve chet, menuchas hanefesh ve guf, osher with aleph and osher with ayin, shalom ve shalva, shefa brachos, may H’KBH give you much siyata dishmaya to accept with ahava all that you have, koach and gevura, and may you be able to be better than before your illness, have many simachos with simcha, may you and all Klall Yisrael be inscribed for a Kesiva ve Chasima Tova, with much need achdus between all the Yidden to bring the Geulah ve Yeshuah immediately Amen Kein Yehe Razon!!!!

    in reply to: I am very sick. Please daven for me. #919996
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    Yehuda Tzvi ben Elisheva should have a complete refuah shelama be karov betoch kol cholei Yisrael Amen! I have added your name to the local cholim list! May H’KBH bench you that you should be back on your feet very soon and going to chasunas and many simachas and dancing and may you be better than before you were ill! Amen Kein Yehe Razon! A kesiva ve chasima tova to you, your family and Klall Yisrael Amen!

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