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This page is for a zechus for all of klal Yisrael- add a name you have         ben/bas            for parnasa. bracha and hatzlacha, refuah,yeshua, shalom, shalom bais and for Hashem Blessed is He  to take us out of this galus we are in to bring us all together again as one.AMEN!!!! 


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Watch this video it will give you chizuk.
Then thank Hashem for everything He has given and gives you 

Lichvod/Dear Klal Yisrael

I heard a beautiful shiur about how all problems come from complaining feeling depressed, feeling down, crying for nothing. How Bnei Yisrael complaining and crying is the tikun we have to fix. How one has to thank Hashem for everything He does for us. Then he spoke how people had problems (all kinds) and tried to just focus on thanking Hashem for 2 weeks and saw such help from above. Problems were solved and wonderful things were happening. Let us all try for the next 2 weeks just to focus on thanking Hashem for everything we have and what he has given us, include everything you can  think of that Hashem put in the world. Look around and just thank Hashem no matter how small or how big it seems. Thank Hashem and say Gam Zu L'tova and put your trust in Him, believe in Hashem.
click hear to read about Nahum Ish Gamzu
As we are working on ourselves on saying
THANK YOU to Hashem. Here is a another thing I heard from the shiur. 
When one thanks Hashem all the windows in Hashem's palace are opened and Hashem pours down on that person yeshuos, Hashem tells the melachaim send that person more and more, without the person even having to ask for it, his tfilos are accepted. But when a person cries for nothing is misyaesh feeling down complaining not happy all the windows in Hashem's palace are closed. That is what brings all the problems. Just keep thanking Hashem!!!! 
Please share with others 
Let us work and be mechazek each other on this every day people can write in to divrei chizuk
on how things are going for them about the yeshua they have seen and what they are thanking Hashem for. It will be posted on this page.
please send this to as many people as you can share this with Klal Yisrael and you will be a big part of this mitzvah.
Tiaku L'mitzvos


  • Thank You Hashem for letting me share this with Klal Yisrael.
  • Thank You Hashem for letting me be able to type this.
  • Thank You Hashem for the computer
  • Thank You Hashem for my car,house,shoes,light,sun,moon,sky,rain,water,wife,children,table,food,eyes,hands,feet,ears.
  • Thank You Hashem for........

1. I was on my moped today, trying to drive through an intersection.  Apparently a massive crowd must have gotten off the subway, but I just kept waiting and waiting, nobody would let me go through.  A huge group would cross, then more people, and it was just a continuous stream of people and they were totally ignoring me,  like I didn’t exist, like I had no right to drive through, like my soul was dust to them.

Then I thought of how I am trying to cultivate humility, and I am always thinking about new applications of what it means when we say “v’nafshi ke’afar lakol tihiyei” at the end of the amidah.  So this was a good application of being like dust to these folks.

And of course, I thank H” so much for the joy and pleasure I get from riding my moped in this great free country.

2.    Lichvod Klal Yisrael I have been thanking Hashem by saying "THANK YOU HASHEM!"  Try it!  Try thanking HaShem for what He does for you.  Like it says on the "Thank You HaShem" page, try it for two weeks.  See if things don't get better for you!  They sure did for me!  I wish you hatzlacha and bracha and great hakaras hatov to HaShem! Then tell all your friends to thank Hashem and how it has changed your life. When one starts thanking Hashem for everything he begins to see the world diffrently. I have been doing this and working on this and I look at the world with Hashem and I am bsimcha. If you need help in this or would like to share what Hashem is showing you please emailme at info@divreichizuk.com May Hashem give us allmuch bracha and hatzlacha may He return to us b'mehera b'yameinu AMEN!!!!


My chaver at the Geulah Co. sent this in. It will help one get closer to Hashem on working on themslves and appreciate everything Hashem does for us. In the zechus of our working on ourselves may Hashem shower upon us the Yeshua that we are mispallel for.



3.When you first make The Gratitude Book, enter as many things as you can think of.  Then, at the end of each day, enter all the things that you are grateful to Hashem for His having done for you that day.  You’ll find that after just a few days you’ll have hundreds of entries, if not thousands or more, of things that you are grateful for.

Then any time you, chas v'shalom, are feeling down, or worried, or feel distant from Hashem, or doubt His attention to you or His intentions, just look in The Gratitude Book and realize how grateful and happy you really are.


1 (Berachos 19a)  Because Rabbi Shimon ben Lakish said, and so it was taught in the name of Rabbi Yosi: A person should never open his mouth to the Satan. 

4. My mother told me don't cry for nothing for Hashem might give you something to cry about.

5. When ever I feel down or like I'm going to complain

I thank Hashem for things that He has given me and I really feel better.

Simply say thank You Hashem.

6. The more I thank Hashem the better I feel


7. Hashem is GREAT Hashem is GREAT Hashem is GREAT Hashem is GREAT

Thank You Hashem Thank You Hashem Thank You Hashem

for all that You do.

8. I said hello to someone today, he asked me how I was, I answered I just thank Hashem for everything.
He said you are right I thank Hashem too that I can walk as he came out of the car
Lichvod/Dear Klal Yisrael
We need to focus on everything Hashem does for us and gives us no matter how big or small.
Just keep thanking Him

Look at at the positive in life and thank Hashem 

9. So I missed my 9pm flight by 5 minutes and had to catch the 10:00 pm flight.  Well that later flight was delayed by 1.5 hours, and then eventually cancelled entirely because maintenance crew found what was initially thought to be a minor maintenance issue with what turned out to be a major malfunction in the wing hydraulics.  We were rudely told we were booked on the 5:30 a.m. Flight and were not given any place to stay or eat or shower or anything!  People were freaking out at the attendant, not speaking nicely, wanting their money back.  I was practically pinching myself how lucky I was!!  Maintenance found a major issue with the wings that could have Gcd forbid led to catastrophic aviation failure!  How thankful I was to be alive at the moment, and all these folks were screaming about how they would spend the next 5 hours.

I’m a new man!!  I’ve been given a new day!

10. Try this--- some one wrote in that Rebbetzin Kamenetsky has told them often that when I thank HaSHem for something He has done for me I am remiss if I do not immediately ask Him for something else. 
She says- He loves to be asked for things!
Lichvod Klal Yisrael keep thanking Hashem & say over and over
"Hashem loves when I ask Him for things.

11. "How does one acknowledge HaShem's blessings?
 I dreamt that I went to Heaven and an angel was showing me around. We walked side-by-side inside a large workroom filled with angels.
My angel guide stopped in front of the first section and said, "This is the Receiving Section. Here, all petitions to Hashem said in prayer are received." 

I looked around in this area, and it was terribly busy
with so many angels sorting out petitions written on
voluminous paper sheets and scraps from people all over the world. Then we moved on down a long corridor until we reached the second section.

The angel then said to me, "This is the Packaging and
 Delivery Section. Here, the graces and blessings the people asked for are processed and delivered to the living persons who asked for them."

I noticed again how busy it was there. There were many angels working hard at that station, since so many blessings had been requested and were being packaged for delivery to Earth.

Finally at the farthest end of the long corridor we
stopped at the door of a very small station. To my great  surprise, only one angel was seated there, idly doing nothing. "This is the Acknowledgment Section," my angel friend quietly admitted to me. He seemed embarrassed. "How is it that there's no work going on here?" I asked.

"So sad," the angel sighed. "After people receive the
blessings that they asked for, very few send back

"How does one acknowledge HaShem's blessings?" I asked.
"Simple," the angel answered.

"Just say, 'Thank you, Hashem.' "

"What blessings should they acknowledge?" I asked.*

"If you have food in the refrigerator, clothes on your
back, a roof overhead and a place to sleep ... you are
richer than 75% of this world.

"If you have money in the bank, in your wallet, and spare change in a dish, you are among the top 8% of the world's wealthy.

"And if you get this on your own computer, you are part of the 1% in the world who has that opportunity."

Also .....

"If you woke up this morning with more health than illness ...... you are more blessed than the many who will not even survive this day.

"If you have never experienced the fear in battle, the
loneliness of imprisonment, the agony of torture, or the pangs of starvation ... you are ahead of 700 million people in the world.

"If you can attend shul without fear of harassment, arrest, torture or death ... you are envied by, and more blessed than, three billion people in the world.

"If your parents are still alive and still married. You
are very rare.

"If you can hold your head up and smile, you are not the norm, you are unique to all those in doubt and despair."

"Ok, what now? How can I start?"

If you can read this message, you just received a double blessing in that someone was thinking of you as very special and you are more blessed than over two billion people in the world who cannot read at all.
Have a good day, count your blessings, and if you want, pass this along to remind everyone else how blessed we all are.

Attn: Acknowledge Dept.: Thank You Hashem!
"Thank you Hashem, for giving me the ability to share this message and for giving me so many wonderful people to share it with."

                                                                                  12.Shalom Chaverim !  
Just a quick note to praise Hashem.......My family had 2 gas leaks on our furnace that could have killed us all. We had to be without  hot water and heat for a week because of the lines being connected.  Hashem not only protected my family and I from being blown up by a gas explosion, but He also provided free space heaters and He moved on peoples hearts to let us use their showers to get clean during the week.
Hashem is our Father and provider, .....as well as the protector of all people, ...but especially for us Jews.   Time and time again I see the faithful loving hand of Hashem.
The more we seek His face, the more He reveals Himself to us.....after all, it is a RELATIONSHIP WITH HASHEM THAT WE HAVE !   
Hodu l'Hashem ki tov ki l'olam chasdo !
- Yosef

#13. I knew that Hashem prevented it from happening.

10 days ago I was travelling down a double highway in Afulo on the way to Route 6 . I was travelling at 90 clear road in front, when at the cross roads a car suddenly without stopping, turned in front of me. I slammed on brakes and turned my wheel to the right to avoid the driver. It was an accident which was bound to happen, but I knew that Hashem prevented it from happening. I have never been so close to an accident. I have been driving B - H for 60 years without any problems. What a shock, but how thankful I was and am for Hashem's help in this situation. 


#14. It's absolutely true!
In the email today, you said:  When one thanks Hashem, we show Hashem we love/believe/trust in Him.   Just keep thanking Him and you will see such yeshuos you wont be able to count them all.   It's absolutely true!  I have come to thank HaShem for every little thing, good or "bad", that happens to me.  And I'm not sure that what we mortals perceive as "bad" is really that, because HaShem gives us only what we need to do our job on earth so we can earn the zechus to sit in Olam HaBa near the Kisay HaKavod L'olam... for eternity!  
Sometimes it's hard to rephrase it:  I mean, how can having cancer be good for one?  But if I believe that HaShem never gives me anything that I don't need, then obviously the cancer had to fall into that category of "being good for me" and I must thank Him for it as well as for things that seem obviously good from the start.  And every time I do thank HaShem, he heaps more and more good upon me!  Sometimes it is something mundane, like the light at a difficult intersection always being green when i come to it.  Sometimes it's a phone call or email from a long-lost friend.  Sometimes it's an insight into my character and middos allowing me to see that I am now able to fix something that was out of reach before.  Sometimes it's HaShem's Glory and Tiferet that I can actually see!  He has saved me from so many illnesses, each of which could have been terrible and have had drastic results, but here i am today Baruch HaShem, well, healthy, and thanking HaShem for everything He does for me! 
And He doesn't "do" just for some people, He is ready, willing, and able, to "do" for each and every Jew on this earth!  But people have grown distant from Him, and have forgotten how to speak with Him.  So I can tell you:  Just talk to HaShem in your own words, your own language.  He's the Creator of all language, He understands them all!  Tell Him that you love Him, and want to get closer.  Tell Him that you need whatever it is you need. 
I learned a really neat phrase yesterday:  "Fake it til you make it."  Kinda irreverent, but it's the truth.  Let's say you don't yet "get" that HaShem is that close to you.  So just do it, even without believing, and it will happen for you too!  Say "HaShem, I'm learning that You are close by.  I am having difficulty understanding this.  Please help me understand that You are close to all who call.  And I'm calling out to You, HaShem.  Please grant me [put your need right here in your own words:  like good health, getting over this cold, finding enough money to make Shabbos, getting along with Ploni Almoni, anything!].  Thank you HaShem for all you do for me and for Klal Yisrael!"  Then write to info@divreichizuk.com and tell him what you asked for and what HaShem did!  Your words will help others as I hope these words may have helped you!

#15. How to be a ''CAN DO'' person.

“I was feeling down so I went to a class on the Torah approach to happiness. The young rabbi spoke well, and he was quite interesting, but when you’re not into something it is hard to take it seriously. He spoke about what he called ‘The Happiness Game’, which he said was a powerful tool for getting out of sad moods and staying upbeat. ‘All you have to do,’ he said with conviction, ‘is make a continuous list of your blessings that you add to each day, starting with the most obvious things in life, like your eyes, for example, and then your nose, etc. … because for everything you have there are people who don’t, so they count as blessings. And you keep adding to the list every time you can think of something for which to be grateful, even if it seems so obvious to you. There is some kind of psychological thing,’ he explained, ‘about seeing so many blessings on a single page or in a single book. It just lifts you,’ he finished. Personally, I didn’t think his little psychology game had much merit, at least not for me, so after the class I just forgot all about it. But, my situation worsened, and over the weeks I became more desperate for anything to lighten my mood. So, just to say I tried everything, I started playing his ‘Happiness Game’ and to my utter surprise it began to work for me instantly … and it just kept getting better. Even when I wasn’t adding to the list I felt the comfort of my blessings everywhere I went. When bad thoughts came to me to bring me down, remembering my list would lift me up again. I had great pleasure just reviewing the list over a cup of coffee, and it never got boring. There is this magical effect that keeps it alive and real for me, as if my emotions have a soft spot for it or something. After a while, I stopped adding to the list because the list became me. I may have forgotten many of the items, but I always feel as if I have everything to be grateful for, and feel no threat of depression anymore. And, I can always review the list …”

This is the other end of the continuum. On one side we have to believe that we’re going to get what we want and succeed at what we are trying to do. We have to be bota’ach — trust — in God and remember that nothing stands in the way of bitachon (Sha’arei Leshem, p. 114). Nothing.

ותאמר הפעם אודה את ד'

as seen from Peninim on tha Torah Hebrew Academy of Cleveland 

#16 This time let me gracefully thank Hashem. (29:35)

Gratitude is an inherently Jewish characteristic. The Chidushei HaRim asserts that we are called Yehudim after Yehudah,

because we give thanks to the Almighty. We wake up in the morning, and the first thing that we recite, our very first prayer of the day, is

Modeh Ani lefanecha melech chai v’kayam shehechezarta bi nishmasi b’chemlah rabbah emunasecha, “Thank you, living andeternal king, for mercifully returning my soul within me. Great is your faithfulness.” The Jew begins his day with hodaah, giving

thanks. I recently read a short vignette about this very special, meaningful prayer.

There was a convention of neurologists from all over the globe who gathered to discuss a variety of neurological issues. One

of the primary topics was the phenomenon of people fainting upon rising from bed. One of the speakers, a female neurologist, delivered

results from the latest findings that this fainting is caused by the sharp transfer of positions from lying down to standing up. She

calculated that it takes approximately twelve seconds for the blood to flow from the feet to the head, and when a person stands up upon

awakening, the blood is thrown too quickly to the brain, creating a fainting spell. Her suggestion was simple: upon waking up, one

should sit on the bed for twelve seconds, count to twelve and then stand up. This approach will prevent dizziness and fainting. This

seems like a simple solution to a pressing problem. Indeed, everybody applauded her solution.

Another professor, who happened to be a Torah-observant Jew, asked for permission to address the assemblage. He said, “We

Jews have a tradition that dates back thousands of years. We recite a prayer of thanksgiving to the Almighty every morning upon waking

up. We offer our gratitude for having merited to wake up healthy and whole. The prayer is called Modeh ani. It is recited while one is still

on the bed and sitting up. The prayer consists of twelve words, and – if you concentrate and say it slowly-- it takes exactly twelve seconds

to say.”

When we begin the day recognizing our greatest Benefactor, we go through the day with an altogether different

outlook: one of deep-rooted gratitude to Hashem for all that He does for us. Hodaah has another meaning: to give eminence or majesty,

hod. In Sefer Tehillim 18:11, David Hamelech says, Vayede al kanfei ruach, “He flew high on the wings of the wind.” In another pasuk in

Tanach, the word “hodaah” is used to mean “lifting up” or “carrying”. Thus, the same word which is used to thank is also usedto give eminence, to elevate. Horav Avigdor Miller, zl, derives a fundamental principle from here. When we have cause to thank, pay  gratitude to a benefactor, we become dutibound to study his eminence, to elevate him and to recognize his virtues. This is all part of gratitude. When we recognize the need to thank Hashem, we, in turn, apply ourselves to acknowledging His eminence.