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When You Need a Miracle Where Do You Go?
A Miracle from the Graves:
One of my favorite miracle stories for my non profit Save1person.org (where we highlight one person in the media who needs a medical miracle to save a life of someone in need of an organ donor) is the one about Heshy Felig. Heshy, an Orthodox Jew who lives in California, needed a living kidney donor. Heshy was dying and needed a miracle. So Heshy took matters into his own hands and went to Israel to pray at the righteous souls’ graves to ask for divine assistance. Heshy’s miracle arrived through the channel of my non profit, Save 1 Person. We sent out a Save 1 alert for Heshy through the media, and a stranger from Alabama, a religious Catholic woman, decided to save his life and give up one of her kidneys as a living kidney donor. Marisa never saw a Jew before, but nevertheless gave a kidney to a Jew. The stars aligned and Heshy received his miracle. As I write this Heshy’s ten-year kidney anniversary just passed and recipient and donor are now eternally tied.
From Bars to Graves:
Years ago I was exposed to praying at tsadiks’ graves with the holy Rebbetzin Jungreis in Israel. Before I met her I used to go to bars and clubs not to graves and caves, Nevertheless, the rebbetzin showed me what it was like to believe in something bigger than the here and now. There was something comforting to me to go to these righteous souls’ graves. It gave me connection; it gave me hope; it gave me a feeling that I had an angel I could call on when I needed it the most. But most of all it connected me to the world of souls letting me know that I was never alone. There was more than I could see out there. So now whenever I go to Israel I try to stop where I can get some extra angelic help.
Studying with Sarah from the Kabbalah Center:
Every Monday, like clock work, I study the Zohar with Sarah Yardeni at the Kabbalah Center. She mentioned she was taking some students to Israel to some tsadiks’ graves. I asked her if I could go with her, she said yes, and off we went to what seemed to me every single Kabbalist’s grave in the holy land. I thought Rebbetzin Jungreis had it all covered, but with Sarah we went from early morning to late at night praying, connecting, talking, getting and giving messages to the souls that were encased in the tombs and graves.