Today's post is dedicated to the soldiers and civilians who are still recovering from their wounds during the recent Gaza hostilities. We also dedicate this to the miraculous, full and complete recovery of all the Chai Lifeline children.
Here are the words of Avraham Fried's "Shabbos MiLizok," which we're delighted to share with you, in transliteration:
Refoeini Hashem ki niv'halu atzumoi, (oy) v'nafshi niv'alah m'oidoi, Vi'atoh Hashem ad mosai, shuvo Hashem chaltso nafshi (oy nafshi), shuvo, shuvo Hashem chaltso nafshi, (ay) hoishieini (oy oy) le'mo'on chasdecho... Shabbes hi milizoik, shabes koidesh hi milizoik, u'refu'o sh'leimo k'roivoh lo'voi!
And here they are in translation:
Heal me, Hashem, for my bones tremble, and my soul is utterly confounded. And You, Hashem, until when? Return, Hashem, release my soul. Save me for the sake of your kindness. (Psalms 6)... Though the [holy] Sabbath prohibits crying out, may a full recovery come soon! (a Sabbath prayer for health)
Please, let's here good tidings of miraculous recoveries, soon, amen! Have a wonderful Shabbat! We pray that everyone will be healthy by this coming Saturday night, when we light the first Chanuka Candle.