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Shekalim and Adar (Versión Español)
Existe la obligación de la Torá de que
todo judío participe en la mitzvá de
contribuir con medio siclo (Shemos
30:15). Tenemos la tradición de esta
donación en el mes de Adar, para
que los fondos estuvieran listos para
usar en el mes de Nisan (que es el
mes que sigue)
¡Rabí Shimshon Chaim hizo una promesa y la cumple!
Sentimos que es una gran oportunidad para aprender del Sefer Zera Shimshon,
durante estos dos meses para realzar nuestro Purim este año IY”H$10.00
A special e-book extracted from the teachings of the kabbalistic book Zera Shimshon on the meaning of the shekalim and their relationship to Am Yisrael.
We ask you to do your contribution to our project.
Anyone who takes upon themselves to learn from his writing are promised blessings of, children, health (life), parnassa (sustenance), and satisfaction in the next world.$10.00
Yurtzait of the Rashash
Rabbi Shalom Shalom Sharabi (The Rashash)
The Rashash was born in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. He emigrated to the Holy Land but decided to keep his greatness hidden from the public. Rabbi Sharabi went to the Bet-El yeshiva in Jerusalem where he asked Rabbi Gedalia Chayon, dean of the yeshiva, for a job as a shammash. Rabbi Gedalia gave him the work, which consisted of keep things in order and wake up the students for diverse prayers. Since it was a simple job, no one had a clue on who this great scholar was.
One day, a question arose in the hall of study with no answer. Rabbi Gedalia was very disappointed by not being able to find the answer. After all the students left, The Rashash, went and wrote the answer on one of Rabbi Gedalia’s books. The next day Rabbi Gedalia couldn’t believe it and he attributed it to divine providence but these acts continued to repeat themselves. One day, the Rosh Yeshiva’s daughter saw The Rashash leaving the note in the book and went straight to her dad’s. The Rashash had to admit his authorship and started to be revealed as the great Torah scholar he was.
After Rabbi Gedalia’s passing, the Rashash took the leadership of Bet El yeshiva at the age of 27. Among his students were the Maharit Algazi and The Chida, who later became Rosh Yeshivas themselves. Within the Rashash most remarkable texts are the commentary on the Etz Chaim and the Siddur HaRashash. The Rashash passed away the 10 of Shevat 5537 at the age of 57 in Jerusalem.
What great scholars said about The Rashash:
- “Whoever learns Etz Chaim without the Rashash commentary is like a blind man” -Rabbi Abulafia
- “The soul of the Rashash is that of the holy Ari” – Rabbi Chaim Pelaji
- “One can know by hear all of the writings of the Arizal but if you did not learn the works of the Rashash you have not yet entered into the study of Kabbalah” – Rabbi Kaduri
Rabbi Shepherd will go to the tomb on the yurtzait and will daven for you. Your donation will be much appreciated and will be used as tzedaka and as a mean to continue spreading the Torah.$10.00
Parashat HaMan (English Edition)
Rabbi Menachem Mendel de Reminov zt’l revealed the power of reading Shnayim Mikra v’echad Targum on Parashat HaMann. It is a powerful segulah for parnassah and yeshuot. The segulah of Parashat HaMan is read once a year on the third day (Tuesday) of Parashat Beshalach.
Some people have the minhag (tradition) of donating 90 to charity organizations since the gematria of the word Mann is 90. Consider donate to King David Kabbalah, this donation will be used as tzdaka and for the continuation of the projects to spread Torah all over the world. Rabbi Shepherd will happily pray for up to 5 names per donation.$10.00
Tikún HaklalÍ Español
Tikún HaklalÍ en Español
Hebreo con traducción y transliteración al Español$10.00
La puerta a la Kabbalah
La puerta a la Cábala
Este libro electrónico es la base para el aprendizaje de la Cabalá y las Meditaciones Cabalísticas. Se incluyen las Meditaciones Mikdash, explicaciones claras, concisas y fácilmente comprensibles de los conceptos fundamentales con los que necesitamos aprender Cabalá.$10.00
Yom Kippur Mini Course
Free Yom Kippur preparation mini-course
inclosed 3 Ebooks on Yom Kippur
Chavakuk 3 english and spanish
Reading of this prayer is reputed to “shake the rafters” of Heaven, increasing the probability of bringing down abundance.
Segulah might be translated as a spiritual omen or an auspicious tradition. It is used in the phrase Am Segulah, a treasured nation (Exodus 19:5; Deuteronomy 7:6, 14:2, 26:18), referring to a special relationship Hashem has us.
A segulah may be understood to be something that exemplifies a treasured connection with Hashem by doing extra, delves deeply into its wisdom, and grow within our beings in the process
An important purpose of the segulah is to connect to Hashem.
In our times we need ‘divrie chizuk’ we need understanding, and many have found it when reading Nach (Neviim, Prophets) through the commentaries of this prayer this passage we see how things fold out.
To many even though it is difficult it is still soothing and promising$10.00
50 líneas las tenemos del Sefer Devarim
Maravillosa Segulah para obtener respuesta a sus oraciones y recibir abundancia y salvaciones.