The power and hope of the Jewish people lies in its closeness to Hashem and its sincere, heartfelt prayers to Him. Prayer reminds us that Hashem is in control of every aspect of our existence, both when things go well for us and when we have difficulty.

It is our sincere hope that the unity and prayers of the Jewish people will herald a reign of health, happiness, peace, and security for the Jewish people, wherever they may be.

The Jewish people received the obligation to perform the mitzvah of separating challah when they entered the land of Israel. The mitzvah requires a person to set aside a portion of the dough that is to be baked into bread, and to give it to the kohanim.

This is a mitzvah that is applicable at all times, and it brings blessing into our daily lives. Nowadays, since we do not have the Bais Hamikdash, we are required to separate a piece of dough the size of a kazayit, and to render it inedible by burning it or disposing of it respectfully, since it contains elements of holiness.

Chazal tell us that the vehicle for blessing in a household is through the woman- the one who bakes the challah. By fulfilling this special mitzvah, the woman generates a continuous flow of bracha. Hafrashas challah is a time to request and beseech Hashem from the depths of our hearts; it is a tremendous segulah for 40 women to take challah in someone’s merit. There are countless stories of people who have experienced miracles through this segulah.

Through this site, you can easily enlist 40 women to bake challah. Simply follow these steps to create the group. You can invite as many people as you wish to join the group, and soon your group will be filled! We ask those women who bake challah regularly to help fill a group by joining the first group on the home page that is waiting to be filled. In the merit of this great mitzvah, may we all merit to see many yeshuos.

Shir HaShirim, The Song of Songs, written by Shlomo HaMelech, is one of the five Megilot, or Sacred Scrolls. It is a timeless allegory of the relationship between Hashem and the Jewish people. In his introduction to Shir Hashirim, Rashi comments that

Shlomo HaMelech saw that the Jews will be in exile for a long duration of time; he wrote this Song to remind us of the initial love between Hashem and the Jewish people so we would not forget why we were chosen from all the other nations. Shir Hashirim has tremendous power; its essence is about the awe of Hashem and our acceptance of His supremacy. It is a great segulah for someone who needs a yeshuah to have 40 people to recite the entire Shir Hashirim on his/her behalf.

This can be done once or each day for 40 days. Through this site, you can effortlessly join together 40 people to recite this special song, to help bring about a personal salvation for someone you love.

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In loving memory of
R'Shlomo ben R'Aharon Abba
16 Tammuz, 5756  and
Chana bat Shmuel Moshe
5 Elul 5769