Sunday Morning Seder Arranged As A Zchus For Chaim Yosef Meir

As a Zchus for Chaim Yosef Meir Ben Miriam Henya – the boy struck by a bat before Purim – a Seder for Learning will be taking place tomorrow morning. The Sunday morning Seder will take place at K’hal Chasidim, 1401 Cedar Row (Corner 14th) from 9:30AM-10:30AM.

‏ They will be Learning the Sugia of Bedikas Chometz.

Attendees are requested to bring along a Gemarah Pesachim.

The Seder will be followed by a short Chaburah by Rav Chaim Ginsburg Shlita.

Chaim Yosef Meir remains in serious condition.

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  1. We are in the middle of saying Sefer Tehillim continuously since the accident happened. We have gone through the sefer twelve times already. We are currently up to chapter 11, so I will say

    11 – 13 inclusive
    please join in and post what chapters you would like to say going consecutively through the sefer.

  2. Someone had posted in the past that it is a good zechus, if possible, to give tzedaka (even a coin in a tzedaka box) before you recite the tehilim and to say EIN OD MILVADO beforehand as well.

  3. everyone please please, lets not give up on the tehillim chaim yosef meir needs our teffillos…please take a minute to say one or two perokim

  4. As women, we should do our part by improving even a small area of our personal tznius. This is a powerful segulah for protection of our children.

    I’d love to hear ideas of easy-to-take-on improvements (within the realm of appropriateness in this forum). Or, do you think this is too personal of an area to really discuss with others since we are all holding in different places?


  5. To #6: When the chabura starts abt 10:20, I will try to remember to call 401-694-1602, you can then call that #, and put in pin # 6130 and you will hear it.

  6. to Talmud Chochom,
    with all due respect, why are you telling this woman to stay off the internet when you are on it yourself?
    this kind woman is trying to be of help….she is not using the internet for a bad purpose.
    to this woman, thank you for offering this suggestion..i think though it would be best if each of us would look at where we are standing in regard to our tznius level and try to improve the best that we can. thanks very much for encouraging us to do this.

  7. Chaim Yosef Meir still has not awoken. Please continue tefillos and tehillim. Have him in mind when you say the bracha of pokaiach ivrim.

  8. my friends are saying
    116 – 118 inclusive

    my mother has said

    119 – end

    we have now finished the sefer for the 13th time, and are beginning the 14th cycle

    i am saying

    1 -2

  9. I was @ the learning seder this morning. It was v/ heratening to see approx 50 ba’alei batim coming together for a cause. The learning was intense, R’ Chaim chaburah was superb & the feeling of achdus was palpable. May the learning & all the tehillim be a z’chus for the Refuah Shelaima of Chaim Yosef Meir.

  10. This tehillim chain is a beautiful idea but since I and perhaps others as well can’t always be checking online to see what we are up to in the chain, I was wondering if perhaps it might be a good idea for each person to pick a kapitel or 2 or 3 or more to commit to each day. In this way we can hopefully complete sefer tehillim at least once each day for the refuah shleima of Chaim Yosef Meir. I would be happy to commit to 1 and 2.

  11. some people have suggested that we say tehillim daily by dividing up the chapters among those who want to participate. that is a beautiful idea too..but there is something special about doing it the way we are doing it. some people are not able to make a daily commitment to say tehillim..or they may make the commitment but forget to do it. the way we are doing it now it is impossible for someone to forget to say it, and also more people can be involved bec almost everyone is willing to say tehillm at least one time. the more people who are joining together, the more ahavas chinam and achdus we are generating. throughout the day and night there are people emailing me and emailing the site that they want to be part of this tehillim chain. so every single time that someone asks to join in, it is another zechus for chaim yosef meir ben miriam henya. i would also like to remind everyone to keep in mind ALL the cholim around the world, including aharon ben leah who was seriously injured in the terror attack at the jewish school in france.

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