Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan
Send a free prayer to be recited at Rabbi Isaiah HaLevi Horowitz's grave site in Tiberius.
Join 1000’s of Parents, Grandparents and want to be Parents, worldwide in reciting the traditional Prayer of the Holy Shela"h that is read annually on Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan for the success of our children.
The Shelah said that the optimal time for parents to recite this prayer is Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan.
Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan, is an auspicious day, noted as the day to recite the special tefillah of the Shelah Hakadosh for hatzlachah and nachas from one’s children. Thousands traveled to Teveria to recited the tefillah at the kever of the Shelah.
All parents want the best for their children — that they should be good and upright, that they have everything they need for a fruitful, joyous life.
We recite the prayer anytime but especially on THE DAY BEFORE ROSH CHODESH SIVAN, for that is the month when God gave us the Torah, and when the Jewish people began to be called His Children. On that day, the Shelah Hakadosh writes, fathers and mothers should give charity to the poor and repent. They should even fast, if they are able to.
This special day and prayer attract thousands of parents and singles to the grave site of the Holy Shelah buried in Tiberius alongside the Rambam, Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon (Maimonides). They pray for the welfare of their children that they should travel in the right path. They pray that they should merit being mothers of righteous children.
It has become an attraction especially for the girls of many seminary schools in Israel to visit his grave and recite the traditional Shalah prayer on this day.
The prayer was composed by the Shelah Hakadosh, Rabbi Yeshaiau HaLevi Horowitz, to express the prayers of parents on behalf of their children.
Income, Marriage, Health, Children, and other blessings.
We offer this opportunity to you by sending a free prayer and donating charity to our worthy causes.
We will have a special messenger reciting all your prayers on this day in in Tiberius at the grave of the Holy Shalah.
Tens of thousands have merited blessing and salvation in the zechut of the great tzaddik