Monday, November 16, 2009

Davening 40 days in a row at the kotel, is it a segula?

The various tzedaka organizations promote davening 40 days straight at the kotel and other holy places at various times of the year to raise money.

R' Elyashiv is quoted as stating there is "no inyan" in such an act, adding one’s tefillos are accepted each time one davens at the Kosel.

It will be interesting to see how the various tzedaka organizations react to this.

1 comment:

Mighty Garnel Ironheart said...

Isn't there also a book out there right now advising people to do this?

I've never liked the segula thing. It kind of does an end run around the "be a good person and do mitzvos every day" concept.