Thursday, April 05, 2012

Rav Ovadia's Grandsons' Segula for a Shidduch

Kikar:

במשפחתו של מרן מקובלת המסורת שהנכד שהגיע לפרקו, זוכה להטיף מהגביע של מרן בשעה שקוראים את עשר המכות כשעל פי העבר כל מי שזכה לעשות כן, מצא בסיעתא דשמיא את זיווגו באותה שנה.

In Maran [Rav Ovadia]'s family, there is an accepted tradition that the grandson who reached marriageable age would merit to pour drops from the goblet of Maran at the time that they read the 10 plagues, as based on past experience, whoever had the merit of doing so found - with Heaven's help - his mate that year.

1 Comments:

At Thu Apr 05, 11:47:00 AM 2012, Blogger joshwaxman said...

Sounds somewhat Freudian. :)

But regardless, another segulah would be to be a grandson of a sought-out prominent family (such as that of Rav Ovadia Yosef) who has reached marriageable age and who is actively looking to get married (such that he is performing this segulah). I suspect that this would work even without the drops of wine.

;)

 

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