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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Pray For Tinok Ben Aviva

Tinok ben Aviva is a first child born to a couple after 12½ years, who is in need of a Refu'ah from Shamayim.

Modern Uberdox points to a blog dedicated to the baby.

That blog points to another blog that has a beautiful article on the Feiner family. What especially caught my eye was the final paragraph of the article, written by Elchonon Shoff:

The doctors have found a medication, and Rabbi Feiner is confident that his son will live until 120 with Hashem’s grace.
This great man, who stood among his students in Yeshivas Aish HaTorah, and inspired everyone present concluded with a startling statement. The baby’s delay of twelve and one half years is unexplainable. So is the disease. Rabbi Feiner’s grandfather had a dream that this baby will be Moshiach. So did a woman from Rabbi Feiner’s neighborhood. He may or may not be, said Rabbi Feiner, but he has certainly brought our people many steps closer to Moshiach’s arrival. The amount of prayer and study that he has inspired is beyond measure. But even more valuable, it seems, is the unity that he has engendered. This little adorable “munchkin of a tzaddikel” as Rabbi Feiner calls his son, has brought love and unification to the Jewish people. Please pray for Rabbi Feiner’s little son. Pray that he live a long productive life. Pray that the Jewish people know no more suffering and pain. Storm the heavens! This exile has been so long and so terribly difficult. We are all trying so hard, Hashem! Please look down at your beloved people, and usher them into a time that knows no more suffering and no more pain.


At Tue Jan 29, 11:36:00 PM 2008, Blogger Neil Harris said...

Thanks for the link. It's really amazing how many people from all over the world are davening for the one child.

At Thu Feb 07, 11:30:00 PM 2008, Blogger yaak said...

Received via email:


Shalom U'vracha to all the chashuv mispallelim on behalf of Tinok ben Aviva:

As the father of Klal Yisroel's adorable little tzaddikel- and on behalf of
our family- I would like to humbly ask that you please intensify your
already potent and precious tefillos. We just returned from the hospital and
an important meeting discussing numerous test results. Without going into
much detail, we are dealing with a situation that, just to reiterate, the
medical world and literature has never before seen. There have been some
very positive signs, but some, unfortunately, not-so-great ones as well.
(His breathing has, B"H, gotten much better- he is now breathing fully on
his own- but certain significant reflexes are not yet working properly. And
this is only part of the story.)

What the future holds in store? These renowned doctors are all in agreement
that they haven't the slightest clue. In their words, there is nothing more
they can really do but sit and wait and see. As time goes on, tzaddikel can,
IY"H, experience a full recovery both mentally and physically, or chalila
not. They, too, readily admit that tzaddikel's future is completely
dependent on our koach ha'tefilla arousing rachamei Shamayim.

Please don't let up. Please do your utmost to daven sincerely and powerfully
on behalf of Tinok ben Aviva bas Chana- TOGETHER WITH SHA'AR CHOLEI YISROEL-
and may we only share besoros tovos always.

Yeshuos vi'nechamos for all of Klal Yisroel bi'karov.

Thanking all of you, mei'omek ha'lev, for all of your incredible and
inspiring efforts thus far and hoping for the ongoing tefillos and zechuyos
to bring a speedy refuah shi'leima,


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