Thank you Hashem for such a wonderful Holiday of Purim to enjoy with friends and family.
Was trying to plan a trip to go away and for some reason things kept coming up and blocking me from making the plans. Finally was unable to go and planned it for a later date. Looking at the weather of where we were going shows many storms. Thank you Hashem for directing me as always.
Brit milah today- Mazal Tov
3 chattans in shul shabbat- Thank you Hashem.
Thank you Hashem’ that my phone works perfectly even after being submerged in water! Thank you for directing me to take the proper actions to prevent any damage. Mamash a miracle!
Thank you Hashem’ that my fever went away almost instantly after taking 2 Tylenols and taking a short nap. This allowed me to help my wife on Sunday taking care of the baby and chores around the house.
Lost my 180’s and found them on the seat of my car , lost my slippers and found them by the couch. Thank you Hashem
It was pouring rain outside. Gam Zu L’tovah. I woke up late, Gam Zu L’tovah. I was running late, had to go to a different Shul for Shacharis. Gam Zu L’tovah. I missed the turn for the street I should’ve taken. I had to go more out of the way now. Now I was going to be late for this Minyan too. Gam Zu L’tovah. In the pouring rain, not even 50 feet after the turn that I missed was a soaking wet Yeshiva Bochur waiting for a hitch. Of course I pulled over to pick him up. It was my old neighbor. very grateful to me and The Master Of The Universe who has it all planned out perfectly. Gam Zu L’Tovah.
Thank you Hashem for my friend who pushed me very hard and did not give up in trying to get me to give sedaka to his shul
I mistakenly tapped a car that was parked in front of me and didn’t realize there was a person sleeping in there, he must have been drunk or something. He reacted very violently so I took off. He started to chase me in his car. I was very scared and prayed very hard to Hashem to protect me. He was speeding up behind me and was about to hit me so I speeded up and this became a high speed chase, I was petrified having this crazy man chasing me in his car chas vishalom something unthinkable could happen. I was panicking and without realizing I quickly turned down a one way street to try and lose him but what I did not realize in my panic was that I was going the wrong direction on a one way street and to make it worse this crazy man continued his chase after me down this one way street in the wrong direction. I prayed to Hashem, stopped at the corner and braked pretending to put my car in park as if I wanted to get out of the car and confront him. He jumps out of his car like a maniac, I quickly floor it and cross over a big 2 Way Street that happened to have the light at yellow then turned red as I crossed and then oncoming traffic got in the way of this guy and I got away. Thank you Hashem for protecting me and for letting me be ok to speak about it. I love you Hashem.
I went to my storage place in Brooklyn in the middle of no mans land-goy land and the minute I got there the manager saw I was wearing a kippah and asked me to come and pray mincha with him. He took me to a huge warehouse accross the street where there was an sy wholesale business and we had a regular sy minyan. Thank you Hashem.
I raised $1050 yesterday for sedaka and $300 of it was mine. Today someone offered me $1200 worth of gift cards to any store I want, for 25 percent off, so I bought it and saved exactly the same amount I gave to sedaka yesterday. Wow thank you Hashem….just looked at the times and I paid the donation last night at 1:04 am and I was offered the gift cards at 1:18am,14 minutes after.
Can’t help but stop to thank Hashem for all the good in my life. Baruch Hashem I have an amazing husband and beautiful child, a spacious apartment, a job, food to eat, clothing to wear, my family’s health…I can go on and on Thank You Hashem!!
Thank you for my wonderful husband who took me on a beautiful vaction
Thank you Hashem for achdut and for letting me live and be part of our special community which in itself is a great great kidush Hashem. Thank you Hashem