A Small Kabbalah For A Big Neshama – A 10 Week Kabbalah For The Pure Leiby Kletzky A’H

no talking during davening[‘COUNT ME IN’ BUTTON BELOW] In light of the unimaginable tragedy which shook our community, TLS is launching a ‘Quiet During Davening’ campaign which would serve as a Zchus for the young pure Neshama taken from our midst. It has been said over by many Gedolim – including by Lakewood’s Skverre Dayan – that keeping quiet during Davening is a Segula for many things, including having children.

The terrible epidemic of people using Shuls as a coffee room and social club and Bizayon of Beis Medrash, is – according to many Gedolim – playing a large role in the cause of continuous Tzaros in Klal Yisroel. 

It is therefore at this time – in the Zchus of the pure Yehuda Ben Nachman A’H that we ask that men and women take this unfortunate – yet opportune – time to  make a Kabbalah from now until Rosh Hashana, of not speaking during Davening.

To join in the 10 week campaign, please click on the ‘Count Me In’ button below.

(If 10 weeks is too long, please indicate another time frame in the comments section).

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  1. Beautiful idea! Thank you for posting this. I just joined. I had long wanted to try putting up some signs in my shul about not talking. Maybe this will help.

  2. This is a fantastic idea, but WHY do we have to wait until a disaster strikes to listen to chazal??

    I’ve been told everything, including ‘if you do something or say something once more you cannot daven here’. When I attempted to show people what it says in the Shulchan Aruch they told me that if they’re Rav doesn’t do it then it obviously isn’t important!

    Now how do we get this OUT to the SHULS in a way that people listen to the tefila and not each other??

  3. i also want to know what i can do ibecause i daven at home every morning—if any one can answer–please do—my heart is broken over this child

  4. In retzei we say V’ishei Yisroel Usfilosom Tekabel B’ratzon, perhaps we should have in mind Leibby, z”l, as klall yisroel’s karbon to be accepted B’ratzon together with our tefilos…………

  5. TO #6

    perhaps all ladies & people that daven at home should take upon themselves an extra tefilla or say the tehillim of the day (weekly or monthly) for 10 weeks (or continue longer) that would be hundreds of chapters of tehillim in his z’chus

    MAY HIS NESHAMA HAVE AN ALIYAH & may we not need these wake-up call reminders from Hashem that its time to start doing teshuva

  6. The shofar call to awaken us came early this year. The tekiah wail of the sirens in Eretz Yisrael; the three krechtzes of the shvarim for the three gedolim zatzal whom we just lost; and, the heartbreaking sobs of the terua for the Fogels and little Leiby. Selach lanu. Mechal lanu. Kaper lanu.

  7. What about not texting or checking your phones during davening? its not any better then talking!! your talkin to hakadosh bourch hu dont u think its a busha to be busy with ur phone while davening?

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