Tuesday, March 08, 2005

The Bracha

With the power vested in me from the time of my great-grandfather Avraham, when Hashem told him "And whoever you shall bless shall be blessed," and the extra special strength that one has on their REAL birthday, I wish y'all the following:

May you and your loved ones (those you know and those you don't) have health and happiness, and truth in life.

May you continuously be growing and striving. And may it be easy for you to find people to help with your growth when you need it.

May you find something that fulfills you to the point of bursting with happiness-and after you find it, may you continue to have such experiences, to leave you continuously overflowing.

May you always experience joy from Torah and the beautiful nation of Klal Yisroel, and may you make us proud.

(For those who are at 'that stage'): May you find your bashert in the right time, and may you have clarity in realizing that he/she is the right one. May you not experience anguish in the search.

May you all be zoche to raise banim u'vnei banim oskim batorah u'bamitzvos (loose translation: sons and sons of sons, devoted to Torah and Mitzvos)

There's much more, and I could continue. But I won't, cause no matter what, I'll leave something out. I just wanna wish y'all joy, health, truth, and inspiration. And may we all merit to be the ones to bring Moshiach NOW!!

9 comments:

defen said...

Happy real birthday!

Passionate Life said...

Thank you for the lovely bracha! May all who read it find comfort from its authors thoughtfulness and caring. May its words resound in the heavens and bring fulfillment here on earth. May its abundant blessings bounce back doubly on its author. Or as my aunt used to say when I gave a great big sneeze... Bless You! ;-)

MatzahNacho said...

This is beautiful. Thank you. And may you be blessed right back!

EN said...

Amen! Mazal Tov!

G Green said...

May all your wishes in those brochos come true for you!
!מזל טוב!

Jen said...

Wow. Beautiful.

(And thank you for what you said on my blog. Bless your heart.)

TRW said...

Big thanks to y'all for all the birthday wishes!
Jen-You're welcome. I know exactly how you feel about the Lashon Hora bit...

T. "B." M. said...

"May you find something that fulfills you to the point of bursting with happiness"
B"H, B"H, I've found it: TORAH!!!

"-and after you find it, may you continue to have such experiences, to leave you continuously overflowing."
AMEN :)

"(For those who are at 'that stage'): May you find your bashert in the right time, and may you have clarity in realizing that he/she is the right one. May you not experience anguish in the search."
I'm not at that stage, but it's never to early to daven so find your bashert in the right time...

Amen to all your beautiful brochos. Thanks so very much, and I wish them as someone else said, "doubly on you." Mazal Tov.

yingele said...

Happy Birthday! May you live till 1290 and more, a life full of health, wealth and happiness!
(I'm late. Sorry....)