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Prayer at the Kotel & other holy sites - see details below

Monday, September 29, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 4:00 PM (EDT)

Prayer at the Kotel & other holy sites - see details...

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Help NYTW events
(Charity starts at home :)
Partake in the z'chus/merit of helping others!
On Yom Kippur we say several times in the prayer service - "Charity" rips up the evil decree
NYTW EVENTS helps singles all across the states.
however small it may be, can be very helpful - kindly give what you can.
Additionally, the ALL day trip to Kivrei Tzadikim (Holy Grave sites) can only be done by taxi and they charge approximately $500 US
I would like to share with you, what amazing thing happened to me this past year ( and how it connected to prayer or the above). Ended Free  

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As you know, the singles situation touches my heart!  I have spent several years and a lot of money creating events to get you to meet others and in hopes that you may find your other half.

In past years I have brought over 200 names & their requests to the Kotel on Yom Kippur. As well as, having brought them to many of the Holy graves in Northern Israel. 

It will be my honor & privilege to be able to arrange for YOUR name & request to be placed into the Kotel (wailing wall) for you, this coming Yom Kippur - The Holiest day of the year!  As well as many of the holy grave sites of our ancestors.  Some of which we are told, when visited (which can be done through an emisary), you will merit to find your other half.  I know of several singles that merrited to get married this past year!

It is a long honored tradition, that people place their names & requests into the Kotel with hopes & prayer that G-D will honor that request!  What better time to have this done, than on the day that all Jews sit in solitude beseaching our father in heaven for forgiveness, health, prosperity & happiness!  As well as, to be forgiven for anything we may have done wrong & to wipe our slate clean!

It is said that at the end of Yom Kippur, G-d forgives us for all sins that we have committed against him and allows us to start anew [this is done even if we don't pray all day - just each on their own level. We simply need to refrain from eating [fast] and by doing so we are giving up a part of ourselves, and so G-d starts our slate anew. [This is not to be a debate as to what one is to do on Yom Kippur].

As ALWAYS all the information that you fill out will not be seen by anyone other than myself - & even I will not look at who requested what!  Your request will be printed along with your first name & mothers first name - that's it!  

Remember the age old custom is to write your Hebrew name given at birth and your MOTHER's Hebrew name given at birth.  NOTE: Many people have been given nicknames, which was not their birth name.

Wishing everyone A Kitiva V'chatima Tova

May you be inscribed in the book of good, health, and parnasah


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Monday, September 29, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 4:00 PM (EDT)

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