40 Days of Segulah
Yemei Ratzon Segulah (Rosh Chodesh Elul through Yom Kippur) Make an excellent investment toward a sweet new year! Combine the merit of 40 consecutive days of Torah learning with the 40 days of mercy from Rosh Chodesh Elul through Yom Kippur. Have a dedicated talmid chacham learn a specific amount of Mishnah or Gemara daily for these 40 days as a merit for you or a loved one.
Aseres Yemei Teshuvah Segulah
Prepare yourself for the Yom Hadin with this powerful merit!Secure the exceptional merit of Torah learning for yourself or a loved one during the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah. A serious talmid chacham will learn a specific amount of Mishnah or Gemara for these 10 days in your merit.
Illuminate your Chanukah with the light of Torah!Secure the exceptional merit of Torah learning for yourself or a loved one during the spiritually powerful days of Chanukah. A serious talmid chacham will learn 10 limudim of Mishnah or Gemara in your merit, beginning on Erev Chanukah and finishing with a double session on the final day of Chanukah.
Purim is an auspicious day for salvation, as we recite in Al Hanissim: “Bayamim haheim, baz’man hazeh” – in those days, in our time. Harness the unique power of Torah study on this exceptional day by having a dedicated Torah scholar learn on your behalf. Choose from a blatt of Gemara; an amud of Gemara; a perek of Mishnah; or one Mishnah.
Lag Ba'Omer Study
Lag Ba’Omer, the 18th day of the month of Iyar, is the yahrtzeit of the holy Tanna Rabi Shimon bar Yochai. It is an auspicious time for salvation in the merit of Rabi Shimon’s Torah, which illuminated the world on this day. A dedicated Torah scholar will learn on Lag Ba’Omer the portion of Zohar (Idra Zuta) that describes what occurred on this day, including the events surrounding the passing of Rabi Shimon.
Sponsor a dedicated Torah scholar to learn on your behalf on the first night of Shavuos – Zeman Matan Toraseinu.
Unique Sefarim Segulah
Sponsor the limud of your choice to be learned on Tu B’Av – a Special Day for Shidduchim.Choose from a blatt of Gemara; an amud of Gemara; a perek of Mishnah; or a single Mishnah
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