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• Aug 03, 2016
This comong Monday evening (August 8), is the Yahrtzeit (memorial) of the holy Ari buried in Tzfat.
• Jun 26, 2016
AMUKA

Shabbat Kodesh 26, of the month of Sivan (July 2nd)
is the Yahrtzeit of the famous Talmudic sage
Rabbi Yonathan Ben Uziel z"l

This Shabbat Parshat Korach in Israel and Parashat Sh'lach in the diaspra, is the Yahrtzeit of Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel. Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel promised that those who will visit his grave especially on his Yahrtzeit will see their salvation and countless stories and experiences bear witness to this truth.

Shidduchem, Children, Health Parnasah and Nachas from Children
• May 01, 2016
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 25th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Apr 14, 2015
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 6th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Mar 16, 2015
14 GIVE "FREEDOM" THIS PASSOVER TO NEEDY TZFAT FAMILIES! Passover Food Cards are being distributed to thousands of needy families in Meron and Tzfat. 5,000 children will benefit from your donation. Tzidkat Rashbi is again hosting a huge bazaar this Wednesday at Paltin Hall in Tzfat. Money vouchers have been dispersed to thousands of Tzfat families to purchase necessities at already subsidized prices.
  The Holiday

Masses of people throng to the small village of Meron, no one wanting to miss the opportunity to benefit from the Z’chut (merits) available at this holy site on this holy day.

The holy “Rashbi” pledged happiness and joy to all who would contribute to the happiness of the day of his passing the yahrzeit, asking that there be simchah and rejoicing around his gravesite.

Children, Health, Shidducim
Parnassah, Shalom Bayit
or any other Salvation!!!

Countless stories of personal salvations are heard. So-and-so needed a shidduch for his daughter – and his prayers were answered; another prayed for children – and was granted his request. Yet another Jew needed a speedy recovery for his sick son - and his son recovered; another one who had not been able to provide for his family for many long years and was on the verge of despair – was suddenly asked to serve as the manager of a successful company…

The many stories of salvation draw more and more desperate and embittered people to the gravesite, each person with the heavy burden which he carries on his shoulders.

Whoever has merited being there immediately gets swept away by emotions of elevation and excitement which moisten the eyes and instantly recalls the heart-felt prayers and the intense thoughts of repentance; the opportunity to pray at the grave site of the holy Rashbi.

And whoever has not yet merited being there – feels a strong yearning and desire to be there, and hopes and aspires and promises himself: 'the time will come, with G-d's help, that I, too, will visit Meron on Lag B’omer.

With the giving of charity and the uttering of heartfelt prayers on this precious spot, they draw on the reserve of holiness and power etched in the stone and vested in the earth surrounding the resting place of Reb Shimon.

There is a spark in Jewish hearts that bursts into flame on Lag B’Omer. And in Miron, that flame grows brightest, as thousands are blessed with the things they most desire.

Lag B’Omer in Meron elevates the soul and purifies it. Whoever visits there – does not remain the same person. He is a changed man.

Being an actual part of the joyful celebrating in Meron is an unforgettable experience, one that brings the participators to a level of incorporating the true essence of this meaningful day into their lives and into their hearts.

You can also join in on this special occasion by participating in Chai Rotel and sending in your Lag B’Omer Prayer.



 
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