The tradition of reciting 100 brachos daily has deep roots in our history, tracing back to the time of David Hamelech. When a devastating plague swept through the land, it was David Hamelech who introduced this daily practice, bringing an end to the suffering. Now, as Israel grapples with war and challenges from every direction, our united tefillos and brachos stand as a shining beacon of hope. They are our call for peace and a testament to our indomitable spirit. Through the zechus of reciting 100 Brachos each day, may we be blessed with enduring peace, freedom, and the awaited arrival of Mashiach.
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ר' פנחס אליהו בן יעקב יוסף זצ"ל
ר' חיים יצחק בן דוד זצ"ל
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