Tefillah From Sheloh Hakodosh To Be Recited Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan

tfillas hashlaThis special Tefillah was composed by the Sheloh Hakodosh to express the Tefillos of parents on behalf of their children. The Sheloh said that the optimal time for parents to recite this Tfillah, is Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan, (Thursday), but it may be recited anytime. Click here for a PDF.

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  1. How appropriate, that at the same time that we’re davening for our children’s success, we can be helping out klal yisroel’s children!

  2. Remember to Click on the IMAGE to view! There are pictures, the prayer, and a place to donate tzidaka where your money really goes to helping a fatastic yeshiva!

  3. Rabbi Kazsirer and Rabbi Mermelstien are both unbelievable taaye’re gevaldi’ka mentch’en. Oy, if there would only be more yidden out there that are like you. . . indafatigable, caring, loving, and geshmack. may the rbsh”o bentch with al thd brochos in the torah. Rabbi Mermelstien can u tell us where u get all that energy from – and how u never run out of it ?!!

  4. #5 #6 #7 , very well said.
    I know R’ mermelstien from a different perspective. He is a master mechanech with true dedication. His enthusiasm is astonishing. It is no wonder that he is so well liked and saught after. I really hope the bochurim at BOE are taking advantage of the unbelievable rebbe theyy have by getting a shaichis with him and also keeping a kesher with him after they leave yeshiva. Hatlachah!

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