Rabbi Berland’s prayer for guarding the mouth brings bounty and blessing
Master of the World, who can do anything, “Is the hand of Hashem too short?” “I will gather for them all the fish of the sea, I will slaughter the sheep and the cows for them.” Answer, Hashem!
Give us the merit to receive from Your full, open, holy and generous hand, from the reisha delo ityada.
“Now you will see whether My word comes to pass, or not.”
‘You will see’ hints to shmirat eynayim (guarding the eyes), “yikracha” (comes to pass) hints to the protection from keri (spilled seed), which is the biggest disaster that exists in the world. From there, all the demons and evil spirits are created, that are then imbued into Al Qaeda, and Da’esh (ISIS), and the Nazis, and terrorists.
And ‘debri’ (My word) hints that we should be guarding the word of Hashem, and to speak to Hashem in hitbodedut (personal prayer), and to learn the Torah. Because if a person merits to do all this, then Hashem will guard him, and he will receive the blessing of:
“Is the hand of Hashem too short?” – that he will see bounty with no end.
For Moshe Rabbenu wanted to prevent the destruction of the Beit HaMikdash, and to transfer the months of Tammuz and Av into months of rejoicing and happiness, and that the 17th of Tammuz and Tisha b’Av should be transformed into days of rejoicing and happiness, holiday and times to rejoice.