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#4 - BY GIVING TZEDAKAH ONE IS ZOCHE TO MIRACLES.
Tzedukeh

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בעזרת ה' יתברך- יום ד' פ' יתרו, י"ז שבט, יומא דהילולא של מוהרא"ש זצוק"ל, שנת תשע"ט


Mrs….


Although I have written to you on many occasions, I want to reiterate how happy it makes me to see your husband in Yeshiva learning and Davening; whenever he has a spare moment during the day, he comes over for some Chizuk.


I constantly Daven for you and your husband, Hashem should bless you with success in everything you do.


Whenever something disturbs you, or you lack something etc.; take a couple of coins and drop them into the Pushka with both hands; ask Hashem for whatever you need, and you will be Zoche to miracles. As the Rebbe says in Sefer Hamiddos (Ois Tefilla & Ois Tzedakah)  "על ידי צדקה בשתי ידים תפלתו נשמעת", when one gives Tzedakah with both hands his Tefillos are accepted in heaven.


Thank you for your donation for the rent; in the merit of Tzedakah may you succeed in all your endeavors.

#3 - REJOICE WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE TZEDAKAH.
Tzedukeh

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בעזרת ה' יתברך- יום ב' פ' יתרו, חמשה עשר בשבט, שנת תשע"ט


Dear…


Never banish a needy person from your door. Even if you don’t have a single penny to give him, at least invite him in and offer him a drink etc., excuse yourself that you don’t have the ability to give at the moment, and you could even say “believe me, if I would have, I would certainly give you.” By explaining gently, you will merit great blessings, as Chazal say (Bava Basra 10:): “One who asks for understanding from the beggar, merits to be blessed with eleven Berachos.”


Teach your children the greatness of Tzedakah; we see that Shmuel’s father raised him with compassion for the needy, as Chazal relate (Yerushalmi Peah, 37:): “Shmuel’s father gave him pennies to distribute to the poor;” when someone knocks on your door for Tzedakah, send your children with a contribution.


Raise you children never to turn someone away; if it happens that you don’t have strength, or if you are busy and can’t open the door; don’t teach them to lie and say “my father isn’t home”; firstly it’s detrimental to Chinuch, and secondly, you don’t want your words to Chas Vesholom materialize, and you should be absent from your home for whichever reason. Instead instruct them to say “my father cannot answer the door now.”


Maharosh would constantly review the Zohar which states (Vayeira, 104.): "בשעתא דקודשא בריך הוא רחים ליה לבר נש", when Hashem wants to show his love for a person, "משדר ליה דורונא", he sends him a gift, "ומאן איהו מסכנא", in the form of a poor person; "בגין דיזכי ביה", he grants the person the opportunity to give Tzedaka, so he can merit a bountiful of blessings.


Thus, when someone knocks at your door, or should it be in the Beis Hamedresh, or at a chasunah etc. rejoice with the knowledge that Hashem loves you, and expressed it by sending you a gift – a poor person.


Have you learnt a Daf Gemara yet today? Have you done anything worthwhile yet? Don’t find excuses; seize the opportunity and learn a Daf Gemara. If you can’t comprehend what you are saying, say the words without understanding; through doing so you will merit to wipe away your sins.


I beg you; don’t allow misery or depression to creep into your thoughts, expel them as soon as they try to enter. You have complained enough already; now it’s the time to start thanking Hashem for the miracles he grants you.


Good night.

#2 - שבת התוועדות FOR THOSE WHO HELP OUT.
Tzedukeh, Sholom

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בעזרת ה' יתברך-יום ד' פרשת שמות, י"ח טבת, שנת תשעט


Lekuvid……. Talmud yeshiva Tiferes Hatorah


A heartfelt thank you for all you do to help me out; especially that you undertook the task to help me repay my debts I incurred from the building in Uman. Thanks to Hashem I have already repaid part of the debt and today I sent a sum of money to Uman, to complete the building.


The two shabbosim you arranged for the bochurim which help out in yeshiva were beautiful, and I’m pleased to hear that you are organizing one for the yingeleit too. I want to request from you; please make sure this Shabbos doesn’t have the opposite effect, I don’t want anyone to be insulted. The talmidum should understand this is purely to raise money, to finish the building in Uman.


I love every single one of my talmidum, and someone that learns with talmidum can understand the connection you develop with them, and not even completely; not too many which are עוסק with talmidum spend days and nights with them, without expecting anything in return. Praised be Hashem, ten years have passed since I first started learning with talmidum, I sit with bochurim from morning until night, I don’t receive a wage from the yeshiva; I don’t do it for the money, and either way there is no extra dollar to pay me with.


For years I sat with your brother…… and your brother-in-law……; they can explain what a Rosh Yeshiva truly means. Nowadays I’m split between so many different obligations, the yeshiva, the cheder and school, the couples and the kollel etc.…, but during those day we would sit together for 24 hours a day. It would be worthwhile for you to ask them how we established this holy place, we built it with blood, and not with money.


Therefore, I chas vesholom don’t want my talmidum to think this is only for specific yungeleit; tell them what you want to accomplish with this Shabbos, that it’s the only way to help me repay my debts. If you make a calculation you will see that all my talmidum are baalei mesirus nefesh, זה בכה וזה בכה.  One helps with the kollel, another collects the rent, someone cooks in Uman, all this alone adds up to thousands of dollars. I remember speaking to you about making a special Shabbos for all that help out in different aspects, but the conclusion was, that its just not possible because everyone does something.


Therefore, I beg of you, be careful to preserve the shalom between us; there should only be love and goodwill between one another. I know it’s hard work to make everyone happy; everyone has their opinion and way of thinking, but here things are different; we all strive for one goal: to bring the Rebbes teachings to every Jewish heart, and his light to every Jewish home. It should be “וידע כל פעול כי אתה ,פעלתו" every yid should taste the sweetness of התבודדות, and every yid should know he has a way to rectify his sins.


Stay strong and you will find your zivug iyh, I’m not at all worried for you, it is completely clear to me that Hashem will help you very soon.

#1 - DON'T BE STINGY WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR FAMILY
Krias Shema, Sholom Bayis, Tzedukeh

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 בעזרת השם יתברך ליל א' פרשת ויחי אור לט' טבת שנת תשע"ט


Lekuvid....


   When your wife asks you for a few dollars to take a car service home because it's too cold for her to walk, why should you be so stingy and deny it to her? when it comes to your needs money doesn't play a role - you buy cartons of cigarettes and coffee every day etc. Let's not talk about all the wine you buy for shabbos, which costs a pretty penny; you don't sit down and think if you can afford it or not, so why when your wife asks for a few dollars do you make such a fuss??


   Our holy sages state ( chulin 84: ) "לעולם יאכל אדם וישתה פחות ממה שיש לו, וילבש ויתכסה במה שיש לו, ויכבד אשתו ובניו יותר ממה שיש לו", A person should save and spend less money on food then that is in his budget, and to clothe himself he should only spend how much is in his budget, but when it comes to his wife and children he should even spend more than he really has. And for a person which conducts himself in this manner the pasuk says, (tehillim 112, 5) "טוב איש חונן ומלוה יכלכל דבריו במשפט". I hope you won't be hurt, for telling you what to do. Believe me it's only because I have pity on you. More pity than all those who call themselves your 'good' friends. Heed my words and give your wife money to spend, if you want to save money save when it comes to your own needs.


Remember to say krias shema before going to sleep, and say to Hashem in your own words 'Hashem forgive me for whatever I did etc. I promise tomorrow i'll be erhlich (pious). Just a few words will get rid of all the דינים against you.


Good night.