Last week I received an email with a weekly update from Manhigut Yehudit. Among the items was a progress report on Dovid Feiglin, son of Moshe Feiglin, who was critically injured in a car accident at the end of June. Michael Fuah writes the following:
I went to see David Feiglin today. He walked into the room on his walker. When I made the blessing for good tidings, he answered "Amen!" with a big smile.
He identified the friends sitting in the room by name, and gave each one a pat on the shoulder.
We feel that G-d is hearing our prayers.
The medical staff estimates that David will still need many long months of rehabilitation and does not know when they will end. Please continue to pray for the complete recovery of David Yosef ben Faigeh Perel. May we all dance together at the feast of thanksgiving for his recovery!
The Yeshiva World posted an item about a young man involved in a skiing accident.
Please be Mispallel for a 22-year old Yeshiva Bochur who is in critical condition Sunday night after being involved in a skiing accident in Vermont.
His name is Yitzchok Menachem ben Hadassa Blima.
One comment posted included, "Why don’t we split up the Tehilim, I’ll take 1-10 (incl.) May he have a refuah shleima."
As I read about the slow but steady recovery of Dovid Feiglin, I was reminded how grateful we should be when things are going right. May David Yosef ben Faigeh Perel and Yitzchok Menachem ben Hadassa Blima merit a refuah sheleima.
I'm signing off for now, as I am planning to say some chapters of Tehilim for the young men.