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Monday, September 23, 2013

Please Pray for Maran Harav Hayim Ovadia Yosef ben Gorgia

Due to the deterioration of Rav Ovadia Yosef's condition, the name "Hayim" has been added to his name. As one of the great leaders of the generation, he has almost single-handedly sustained multiple generations of Jews throughout the world in Torah and halachic observance. He now needs our Tefilot.

Please tear open the heavens and pray for Harav Hayim Ovadia Yosef ben Gorgia.

5 Comments:

At Mon Sep 23, 03:36:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes...we will call upon the Name of HaKodesh Baruchu...may he feel the Hand of Mercy for his body and the entire Body of Israel

 
At Mon Sep 23, 04:02:00 PM 2013, Blogger yaak said...

Ladaat notes that the name was added 93 years to the day of his Berit Milah, when he received his original name - Yosef.

It is interesting to note that in the Torah portion which we will read on Simhat Torah - Vezot Haberacha - in the blessing for Yosef, it contains the word "וממגד" four times. This word's gematria is 93.

Also noteworthy is that if you count the number of words of the blessings of both children of Rahel Imeinu - Binyamin and Yosef - you get the number 68 - the gematria of חיים, which is the added name. Note further that the 4 וממגדs are smack in the middle of these 68 words - 2 before the halfway point and 2 after it.

Just some random thoughts. Take from it what you will.

 
At Mon Sep 23, 07:16:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Refua Shleimah and may the Rabbi enjoy good health until 120 and beyond.
I thought we do not add a name to a choleh when he is a chacham, is the Sefardi minhag different?

 
At Mon Sep 23, 07:43:00 PM 2013, Blogger 10rainbow said...

in this part of the world today is succos V. may the tzaddik visit the succas in isr and bless Maran Harav.
i have sent out emails with your info to australia and canada and US. and asked it to be spread thro out the j communities and noahides and non jews who wish to join in. may he be blessed to welcome the mosiach and see redemption to his beloved israel.

 
At Wed Sep 25, 09:21:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wishing Maran HaRav Chaim Yosef ben Gorgia, a speedy Refuah Shleimah!

We need our Tzadikim and G'dolim more than ever now!

Tehilim should be said for him.

 

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