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See Source for eulogizing for sheimos? for the 4 sources he brought for this. He finished the hesped with the following quote from the Sefer Mat'amim, p. 190 (couldn’t find the sefer on the Otzar Hachochma, so I am quoting from what I can make out from the recording): טעם למנהיג כשגונזים ספרים בלים וקרועים הן מספר תורה הן משאר ספרים, הולכים בהמון אל בית ...


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I haven't found the source for why specifically 40 days, but in this essay, Rabbi Stel explains the origins of the segulah of saying Nishmat for any sort of trouble that befalls a person. It's long and in Hebrew, so I'll give a short summary in English: The second aspect of the segulah, that relates it to any sort of trouble that befalls a person...was ...


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So I found the source in the Ohel Elimelech over here on p.66 (second column no. 153) - The only thing that is mentioned as far as the mechanics behind the segulah, and even then I don't think that it is the basis of the Segulah in its entirety, is the mentioning that Rav Elimelech of Lizhensk made a point of dancing for a long time with the chosson and ...


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Remember that you have to do your worldly effort, and that God is in control. Sorry, no magical potions or trinkets here. I would think Psalm 90 is a fitting one to say; it reminds us of how small we are, asks for "a heart of wisdom", and concludes with a request for our efforts to prosper.


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HaRav Elimelech Biederman Shlita in his popular 'Torah Wellsprings' weekly parsha sheet writes in Parshas Vayeira 5781 the following: The Baal HaTanya zt'l told the Magid of Mezritz zt'l, "It's already 24 years after my chasunah, and I still don't have children." The Magid told him to perform hachnasas orchim, and he will merit children. As it ...


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