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Going to Cemetery - Rosh Chodesh
Is it ok to go to cemetery on Rosh Chodesh ?
Prayer of the Shelah Hakadosh on Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan
There is a custom to recite a unique prayer composed by the Shelah Hakadosh for your children's success. The ideal time for reciting this prayer is on Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan. Don't miss out
Pray For Your Children, Today!!
The day before Rosh Chodesh Sivan is the most auspicious time to pray for the welfare of your children; do it for them.
Question: I have a serious operation scheduled right before Rosh Chodesh Nissan and it might take me weeks to recover. During that time won’t be able to get out of bed for the whole month of Nissan at least. Can I say the Bracha on the trees just before Nissan? Or maybe can I say it right after Nissan when I can get out of the house?
Question: I live a city where we read the megillah on 14 th of Adar like most cities. After the Seudah of Purim during Arvit, I got confused and I said Al HaNissim in the Tefillah. (Maybe was a little tipsy as well.) Did I make a mistake and if so, do I need to repeat Shmeneh Esrei, or repeat it the next day?
Extra Oil from the Menorah
Dear Rabbi I ask what I should do with the candles that have already been lit and used for the Mitzvah of Chanukah--they are the gel oil filled candles and there is still some gel oil in them, Do I dispose of these cups or save them or the ganeeza since they are holy and have been used for a Mitzvah? Thank you Rabbi for your help and kindness in answering my shaila Thank you so much and Chanukah Sameach Today is the Yartzeit of my beloved father What should one do if Yartzeit for my father is on Rosh Chodesh and also Chanukah? Should one do Melava Malka after Shabbos, meal on Rosh Chodesh? These are festive and I don't know if appropriate for the Yartzeit of my father. His Yartzeit is today, Teves 1 and I am remembering him, will learn more and giving charity on his behalf.
Special Rosh Chodesh Kislev Prayer From the Ben Ish Chai
Today is an auspicious time to ask G-d for all your needs
Visiting a cemetery on Rosh Chodesh
My father’s yahrzeit is on Rosh Chodesh. Should I avoid going to Bais Hachaim on that day?
Rosh Chodesh Shailos
Dear Rabbi, I desire so much to honor Rosh Chodesh and to add in eating and also a special festive meal and I ask if I could d fulfill the Mitzvah properly by eating my Seuda at a kosher restaurant or will it be better to eat at my apartment and make the seudah there? Also I had made an appointment to fix my car on Wednesday with mechanic before realizing that Wednesday is Rosh Chodesh. Should I cancel and reschedule the appointment for another day to properly honor Rosh Chodesh? I thank you so much Chodesh Tov Devorah
Ashkenazi or Sephardi Selichot?
I became religious a year ago. My first acquaintance with praying in a synagogue was in a Chabad synagogue, with the Tehillat Hashem prayerbook. I got attached to this prayer version and still pray with it today. But I would like to say Selichot like the Sephardim do. What should I do?
Wedding on Rosh Chodesh Iyar
Can a wedding be held on Rosh Chodesh Iyar, where the bride is Sephardi and the groom is Ashkenazi?
I stayed home from shul yesterday, not well, and in davening at home forgot that it was Shabbat Mevorchim. Can I say Kuddush HaChidesh today, Sunday in Shachris?
Rosh Chodesh - Rising Above Physicality
Our mission as Jews is to rise above our physicality
Meaning of Dreams
I received this question from a member of my community here in Argentina. I don't know what to answer this lengthy question. I would appreciate if you could advise me how to reply. -- Dvir Shalom, My father-in-law passed away this year on Rosh Chodesh Adar. Last Friday I had a dream about him. It was some time between six and seven in the morning. We didn't have a close connection; in fact we were not on speaking terms due to some marital problems we were having which have since been resolved, but we hadn't reconciled before his death. Afterwards, we did whatever we could l'ilui nishmato, for the sake of his soul in the next world. My dream was as follows: I am standing at the entrance to a school and I see my father-in-law on the inside of the wall sitting and listening very carefully to what I'm saying to a boy. The boy said something chutzpadik and I told him that we don't speak that way. Next I see myself entering a large room and my father-in-law is sitting at the head of the table as usual. On the right side of the table was another old table of theirs, oval and covered by a tablecloth. As I approached him, I saw that he looked good, if a little shorter than I remembered him, and and I rejoiced in seeing him looking so well. He was sitting calmly in a chair and he asked me to put a pile of letters into envelopes and to mail them for him to all different places. The envelopes were on the other side of the table. I looked at the clock in the dream and it was almost eight o'clock in the morning. We needed to go and do some errands but I said to myself that I could go another time. I looked at one of the letters that was alread in an envelope and it was addressed to the city hall. Suddenly I looked at all the letters; they were folded into quarters. I looked at one of them and I saw that it seemed to be addressed to a school. I opened it up and there was a drawing inside of a lit menorah. I think seven out of 8 were lit. Then my dream ended. What is the meaning of this dream? Thank you, Batya
Uma Prece para Chodesh Elul
Veja essa Prece das mães para Chodesh Elul, ela é válida também para Rosh Hashana e no toque do Shofar
When the New Month Comes Out on Shabbat it’s a Special Time
It gets a special double holiness of both days, 5 points to consider about this coming Shabbat
Children Laughing in Their Sleep
The following topic has been raised in my lessons in Amsterdam many times. Does one have to worry about babies smiling in their sleep - Because a spirit by the name of ‘lilit’ can harm them? Is this true, and if so what should one do to protect the newborn?