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Everything you are about to read or see on this site is all made possible by Hashem blessed be His Great and Holy Name that is for ever and ever. I am truly humbled, and it is a big zechus for me to share with you what chizuk does. I pray to Hashem that this site helps one get chizuk & get closer to Hashem. Be happy put your trust in Him, and always know He is there no matter what. Hashem loves each and everyone of us more than we can understand.
If you have questions about life. If you want to really understand life. If you are lost and can't find your way home, back to Hashem. If you can't sleep at night or wake up during the night because you are worried, scared, depressed. If you are tired or your feeling alone. If you are going through hard times. Then ask Hashem to help you, say to Hashem,"please Hashem help me" tell Him that you want to walk in this world with Him, you want to trust in Him and only in Him, and that you want to get closer to Him.
Never stop looking for Hashem. One must know that everything that you have comes from Hashem, and that it is only Hashem that can help us. We must turn to Hashem for help. Remember Hashem can do anything just call out to Him.

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We must all pull together as one. Let us give each other chizuk. Let us all cry out to Hashem & ask Him to give us all chizuk. Many are out of work, lost money and need chizuk. Any help we can give each other will bring us closer as one & as the Am Kadosh we are.

Let us all increase in our Chesed, T'filah, Torah Learning. Let us accept on ourselves something and tell Hashem that in this Zechus may He help us all. Now more than ever is a good time to return to Hashem and try our best to be the Am Kadosh we are. Sing praises to Hashem let us thank Him for all that we have. 

Then we should say to Hashem
Hashem we love You, please forgive us, and
 return to us.
One should be mispallel for Emuna Peshuta Shleima B'emes, for total truthful and simple faith and anyone who davens for this is muvtach(promised) to receive it. This was told to me by Harav Shimon Schwab zt''l 
simple faith in Hashem that everything and anything comes from Hashem's loving kindness, there is a reason foreverything. What we have to do is just believe.
Once we have EMUNAH we will live a happy life.  

One should accept something to improve on and say to Hashem "Please Hashem bzechus this mitzvah or what I'm doing please let Jonathan Pollard go home.

 Please continue to daven for Yehonasan ben Malkah


In all times.
Keep saying this over & over it helps one get chizuk.

  • Hashem can do anything.
  • I love You Hashem
  • Hashem owns the whole world & everything in it.
  • I put my trust in You Hashem & only in You.
  • Hashem loves me
  • I need You Hashem
If you want to feel closer to Hashem ask Him for it.

Let's continue to say thank You to Hashem, and say
Hashem I am saying this extra Tihilim, and I am accepting something on myself for the matzav (situation) in Eretz Yisrael and around the world, & B'zechus this may You have much Rachamim on us and take us out of this Galus.
Please Hashem, our Father who is
filled with rachamim (mercy),
we are calling out to You.
Don't let the nations say that You
are no longer with us.
Do it for Your Great and Holy Name!!!
Do it for Your Holy Torah!!!
Do it for your Children!!!

Let's all be mispalel
for each other for
a wonderful week filled with much bracha and hatzlacha for all, & for the Geula. AMEN!!!!
We Should also say extra Thilim, accept something on ourselves for the matzav in Eretz Yisrael, & bezechus this may Hashem have much Rachamim on us.AMEN!!!

-Daily Divrei Chizuk-

Say over & over
"Everything Hashem does for me is good".

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We should have in mind as we work on ourselves and reach that feeling of being close to Hashem. Then at that moment be mispalel for all of Klal Yisrael for refuah, yeshua, parnasa, shiduchim, sholom bais, bracha, hatzlacha, for finding the way back to Hashem and for the geula bmehera byameinu amen!!!

Then add in your needs and remember.

One who prays for anothers need. Hashem will answer that need of his first.

Please forward to others.Tizku L'mitzvoz

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How to get all Yeshuos and Brachos
courtesy of 
Rav David Ashear

Only Hashem Can help
courtesy of 
Rav David Ashear

#3.Findining Hashem Mapping out our destination
as seen from Rav Parkoff chizuk letter

Elul - the Route and the Destination

Adapted from the sefer Nefesh Shimshon – Elul and Yomim Noraim (p. 32 in the Hebrew edition.) by Rav Shimshon Dovid Pincus zt"l

The Navi (prophet) Elisha used a certain expression: "Neither is this the route nor is this the city." This is a very important moshol (parable, allegory). When a person plans a trip there are two very important facts he must clearly define: the destination and the directions (the derech) to get there. This moshol teaches us a lesson in life. In order to accomplish anything in life, we have to know exactly where we're going and the right route how to get there. The means are the "path" and the goal is the "city."

Rosh Chodesh Elul is the beginning of the derech, the "route". But it is a long journey, in quality as well as quantity. The traffic signs are the days of Elul comprising the blowing of the shofar and the daily recitation of לדוד ה' אורי "To Dovid, Hashem is my light", Slichos, Rosh Hashana, the Ten Days of Repentance, Yom Kippur, Succos, Hoshana Raba, and Simchas Torah. We are all familiar with these street signs, and we know the derech. We know we must conduct ourselves on a higher spiritual level during these days, be careful with our actions and with our speech. We know that Rosh Hashana is a Day of Awe. We know that the Aseres Yomei HaTeshuva (the Ten Days of Repentance) are days when we attain a very special and personal Divine assistance. We all know that Yom Kippur is a very holy day. We all know the "derech", we know the means to get to the goal.

But what is the destination? What is the goal we are trying to reach after this remarkable time period? We have to define for ourselves the goal – what objective do we wish to reach. Because if we don't, we will never get there. We daven: אבינו מלכינו נא אל תשיבנו ריקם מלפניך "Our Father our King, please don't leave us empty handed before You." Without a clear goal we are in danger of coming out of these wonderful Days of Awe empty handed.

The Goal – Ein Od Milvado

The last of the cycle of holidays, the culmination of these Yomim Nora'im (Days of Awe), is Simchas Torah. We have the minhag of opening the hakafos by reciting the possuk, אַתָּה֙ הָרְאֵ֣תָ לָדַ֔עַת כִּ֥י ה' ה֣וּא הָֽאֱלֹקִ֑ים אֵ֥ין ע֖וֹד מִלְּבַדּֽוֹ: "You have shown yourself to us, to know that the Lord He is G-d; there is none else besides Him" (Devorim 4:35). A great Gadol once said, the purpose of the entire cycle beginning with the month of Elul and continuing through the Yomim Noraim, is to get to Simchas Torah with the recognition and feeling the truth that Ein Od Milvado, there is none else besides Him!

This is the goal that we yearn for. To recognize that Ein Od Milvado. That's the city we're going to. But we have to delve more deeply into a practical way of getting there.

This goal seems too lofty for us. In the previous generations lived great giants of Torah and Yiras Shomayim. The Gedolim of the past could be expected to attain the recognition that Ein Od Milvado. But us? How can we expect to get to such a lofty peak?

Many great ideas have been expressed by a moshol. Let's attempt to explain.

In a hospital there is a ward designated for patients suffering from especially difficult illnesses. One night they appointed a fresh intern to take the night shift in the ward. The ward was full to capacity with critically ill patients. The new intern looked over his duties and was very concerned. How could he tend to all these patients alone? It was too much for one doctor. He consulted with his supervisor and expressed his apprehension. But the supervisor answered, I understand you and you're right. But we're understaffed right now and we have no way of sending in a second physician. "It is reasonable to assume that the night will pass uneventfully," he said trying to calm the intern. "But if you encounter any difficulty immediately call us and we'll send you a backup team."

The intern started his shift and the troubles immediately started piling up. One patient after the other woke up with severe complications. The young physician found himself running from bed to bed trying to cope to the best of his ability. But he wasn't up to the task, he was too inexperienced and he failed to give the proper medical treatment for all the problems. Towards morning disaster stuck. All alone, exhausted, while giving the necessary treatment to one critically ill patient, another patient in the ward died before he succeeded in getting to him to save him.

The young intern was brought before the disciplinary board for causing death through medical negligence and malpractice. The poor doctor stood before the judge and tried to defend himself. "I literally worked with tremendous self‑sacrifice. I ran from bed to bed and didn't rest for even a minute the entire night. I was overworked and exhausted from the ordeal. How can you accuse me when I did everything in my power? Under the circumstances, it was impossible for me to get to him in time to save him. You're demanding the superhuman from me!"

The judge stared at the young intern and sternly rebuked him. "You were instructed in advance that if you couldn't cope you should call for help. Who asked you to try and manage on your own? You are guilty of causing death from negligence since you didn't alarm the supervisor that you needed help!"

This is exactly what Hakadosh Baruch Hu will claim to each and every one of us. "You claim that you couldn't cope with Yiddishkeit and your avodas Hashem? Who asked you to try to cope on your own? You should have cried for help and screamed out, 'I can't do this on my own! Hashem, help me! Give me advice and teach me how to cope!' If you would have done that I would have come to you and helped you and advised and directed you how to cope."

True, each one of us should prepare a plan how to succeed in his own personal spiritual avodah. But someone who relies on his own plan and thinks that his own abilities are enough to properly serve Hakadosh Baruch Hu is mistaken. We ourselves can't do it. We have no way to reach the exalted levels of avodas Hashem of the previous generations. They were far above us. And even they couldn't cope alone. Dovid Hamelech trembled from Heavenly Judgment. He was able to deal with fighting bare handed a lion and a bear, but from Hashem's Judgment he was petrified. So we little scrawny beings who are petrified of lions and bears – how can we cope with Elul and the prospect of standing in Judgment before Hashem on Rosh Hashana?

The answer is quite simple. We can't. Naturally we can't. So what can we do? Scream "Help!" Now, during Elul, as the Days of Judgment approach we have to cry out with all of our strength to Hakadosh Baruch Hu, "Help!" And when Hakadosh Baruch Hu hears that, He will come to our aid and it won't be hard at all. Hakadosh Baruch Hu can change anyone into the biggest tzaddik. He can cause Yiras Shomayim to penetrate even the most impervious heart of stone. Each one of us. Hakadosh Baruch Hu knows no limits. This is the only tactic to deal with Elul, with Yiddishkeit, and with avodas Hashem.