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SAVE ME from death! the SEGOLAH of Kimcha DePischa


Are you looking for a Segulah that will get you out of this pandemic safety? Would you like to have blessings for yourselves and families through this world crisis? Do you want Torah Scholars to pray for you on the holiest place on earth? read below how it all comes together with your contributions that will help some poor Torah Scholars to bring Joy to their homes and Families.


  Kimcha Depischa  Aramaic expression meaning “Passover meal”  is a Tzdaka made specially to families who are passing through financial difficulties and sometimes even don’t have means to buy grape juice and matzah.

The Dinov Rebbe that got sick with the virus did a Goral (opening Chumash or Tanach or Tehilim in a special way to receive a verse as an answer to a question)  according to the tradition of the Baal Shem Tov the pusuk that came to him was Tehillim 28 – 1 “A maskil of Asaph. Give ear, my people, to my teaching, turn your ear to what I say.I will expound a theme, hold forth on the lessons of the past,”

מַשְׂכִּיל לְאָסָף הַאֲזִינָה עַמִּי תּוֹרָתִי הַטּוּ אָזְנְכֶם לְאִמְרֵי פִי: אֶפְתְּחָה בְמָשָׁל פִּי אַבִּיעָה חִידוֹת מִנִּי קֶדֶם

The Admor Shlita said the message that he received according to Rabbi Yekutiel Fish Shlita (which is a good friend of our Kabbalistic Yeshiva) that in the last 4 words of the pasuk, there is a secret that is very relevant for the world right now, that thousands of people are at risk, the end letters of the pasuk are the letters מיתה which spells out mita (death) and the first letters of the words of the pasuk, there is the solution that spells the letters קמחא Kimcha

 אַ בִּיעָה חִ ידוֹת מִ נִּי קֶ דֶם” ר”ת קמח”א

In the conversation with the Admor, it was brought that through the Kimcha De Pischa that is given now with generosity in these difficult times we can sweeten the judgments of this pandemic. How much more so when we have a clear pusuk “Tzdka Tatzil Me Maves” Tzedaka (charity) will save us from death” and one of the biggest known Rabbi of our generation said that this will apply also for the virus the world is struggling with.  Any donations of Kimcha De Pischa that will be received here will go to Torah Scholars and Yeshiva Students.  Doners are more than welcome to add names for prayers.  The Prayers will be done here in King Davids Tomb on Mount Zion (the holiest place on earth).

The campaign is already underway, distributing supplies to poor families in Israel and around the world.

Besides all of the Segulot and blessings that we are striving to make approachable for those, we have contact with, in every possible opportunity.  We would like to remind ourselves and everyone else that the foundation of everything the world, the Torah, our whole existence, is faith in Hashem and accepting everything with Joy and inner happiness.  So even though the world is going through a very challenging time, to say the least, we must remind ourselves and others that Hashem is Good.  He has taken care of us until now and that he is taking care of us and will take care of us in the best way possible.  As much as we will warm our hearts with those positive emotions of counting on Hashem’s goodness and the consciousness that everything is coming from Him and we are totally and absolutely dependent on him only.  There is no other source besides Him.  those are the foundations that we can establish our lives on that we can count on for the present and future, as it is said in the pasuk “Betach BaHashem, Va-Aseh Tov” Trust in Hashem and do good!  as much as we will trust Hashem and do more good things we will see the goodness of Hashem in our lives and in the world around us.  Amen, ken yehi ratzon Pesach Kasher ve Sameach Health and Wealth

“אַבִּיעָה” ר”ת א צילות ב ריאה י צירה ע שיה ה עולם הזה, ו “קֶדֶם” מרמז על עולם אדם קדמון

אַבִּיעָה is the acronym of Atzilut Beriya Yetzirah A-asiya Haolam haze and the word קֶדֶם aludes to the Adam Kadmon.  


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