Shalom Chevreh -
this is a Mishebeirach written for this coming Shabbat, in an attempt to articulating a spiritual response to this week's pain. If it speaks to you, feel free to use it. May we one day not need it at all. A Mishebeirach cannot stand alone, but it aims to give voice to our struggling souls and our love for Israel in one tefilah. http://shefanetwork.org/prayerforisrael.pdf
With hope for a better day for Israel and the world,
Rabbi Menachem Creditor
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