I left yeshiva after the 5th grade. From the age of 13 to 30 I was not connected to the religion and forgot most of what I had learned. Over the last 24 years I slowly grew, started to go to Shul and classes etc. I have just hit a major milestone, I have Finished Gemara Masechet Berachot and Last week we celebrated my first siyum. That was a very BIG Moment for me and my Family. Making this joy greater was that I had the zechut to learn and finish it with my son being the teacher of the class. Thank you Hashem for allowing me to correct myself and follow in the way of the Torah.
a friend of mine had some good news and I genuinely felt great joy and happiness for him. Realizing afterwards that this particular news that he had was something I have been waiting for in my own personal life. I however still was very happy for him and I was proud of myself for not feeling bitter about my own plight. What happens next is astonishing. Hashem blessed me with the same good news that I have been lacking. I then remembered hearing a long time ago that if you feel happy for a person when he is celebrating a simcha and you have not yet enjoyed such a simcha, Hashem will then bless you with the same simcha. I have lived and experienced this. Thank you Hashem for this may we all be blessed with yideshe nachas. Good Shabbos
Imagine if we’d wake up with only the things we had thanked Hashem for yesterday…..!
Thank you H-shem for giving my wife and I a grandson Our first grandson!!! Our daughter’s first son. B”H he had a Brit Milah and a Pidyon Haben. no matter how many times I tell You Thank You is not enough. Please H-shem the same way you let my wife and I have a grandson please give us many grandchildren and great grandchildren and ability to marry off all our children. “Were our mouth as full of song as the sea, and our tongue as full of joyous song as its multitude of waves, and our lips as full of praise as the breadth of the heavens, and our eyes as brilliant as the sun and the moon, and our hands as outspread as the eagles of the sky and our feet as swift as hinds — we still could not thank You sufficiently, HaShem our God and God of our forefathers, and to bless Your Name for even one of the thousand thousand, thousands of thousands and myriad myriads of favors, miracles and wonders that you performed for our ancestors and for us” from Nishmat Kol Chai
Thank you Hashem for always watching over us. I always feel your direct hand in my life. No matter how many days we are short of work. Some how we always manage b”h to cover the important expenses and I know you personally make sure of it. I’m so proud to be your son.
thank You HaShem for the hot weather and for A.C!
We take praying for granted. Took a 1am flight to Mexico, landed at 4:30am. Meeting at 9am. The whole time I was worried were I would pray. Too early to pray in the airport and there would be no where to pray at the Walmart office. Didn’t know what to do. 5:30am got in the cab and was heading to the Walmart office where I would have a couple of hours to kill. On the way, I told the driver to go to a Shul I know of in Polanco. Told him to wait for me until I prayed. B’H problem solved.
Thank you Hashem that I had a grandmother that at age 107 knew what was right in serving Hashem. She regularly attended shul on Shabbat and it was said over that one week the minyan was running late and they prayed musaf-kol ram- without chazara. As they were walking out my 107 year old grandmother waited for someone on the committee, I assume a business man and she asked what happened?. How can they skip the opportunity to do birkat kohanim? I hope they took this musar from a 107 year old woman. Was very proud to hear this about my grandmother.
Incredible phone call, just hung up with Jetblue. I figured I would give them a phone call regarding a bad experience we had in the airport regarding one of our flights. Glad I called, they gave me a $430 credit. This is incredible because this is more than I paid for the entire round trip tickets to begin with. Thank you Hashem – and Thank you Hashem again for letting me be the 10th in the minyan in the airport that day so that man can say kadish during his avelut.
ishtabach Hashem L’Olam!!! Two close relatives of mine are B”H doing much better!!!! Hashem – I love you so much! And yes – even when I don’t see you or feel you – I try with your help to see positive because that is all it is!!!! Please Hashem continue to bestow your endless goodness and kindness upon ALL of your special children that are trying so hard to stay close.
Thank you Hashem for all the good You bestow upon us. Always!! B”H we have our health, family, opportunities… The list goes on & on & on.