I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem
I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem
I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem
I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem
I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem
I Will Personally Place Your Prayer Note In The Western Wall In Jerusalem

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For only $5 I will personally place your prayer note in the western wall and take a picture before doing so. You can choose to send me the note if it is private by mail at your own cost or send me the message and I will write it down for you. You can send it to me anytime from now but fulfilling period is (Start July-End October). If you want to pass the note to me in person you can too (Marsiling MRT Station only). I will only be accepting request till June 25 if you want to send a hand written note. If you want to just send me the message and have me write it for you I will accept all request till October 25. 10% of what you pay will go to a worthy charity in Israel. Placing notes in the Western Wall refers to the practice of placing slips of paper containing written prayers to God into the cracks of the Western Wall, a Jewish holy site in the Old City of Jerusalem. The earliest recorded occurrence of such a phenomenon dates from the early 18th century and stems from the Jewish tradition that the Divine Presence rests upon the Western Wall. Over a million notes are placed each year in what has become a custom, not only for tourists, but also for high-profile dignitaries visiting Israel from abroad. The notes are collected twice a year and buried on the nearby Mount of Olives. The earliest account of the placing prayer notes into the cracks and crevices of the Western Wall was recounted by Rabbi Chaim Elazar Spira of Munkatch (d. 1937) and involved Rabbi Chaim ibn Attar (d. 1743) who instructed a destitute man to place an amulet between the stones of the Wall. The rationale behind placing prayer notes in the Wall has been traced to the Midrashic teaching that the Divine Presence has never moved from the Western Wall, and the Kabbalistic teaching that all prayers ascend to Heaven through the Temple Mount, which the Western Wall abuts.


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Marsiling MRT Station (NS8), Singapore

Marsiling MRT only. Mailing option available.

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Mailing price not included and will be added on to cost if buyer selects this option. For items priced above $10 registered postage is a must. Please check with me for mailing price.


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