Rabbi Berland’s Prayer for Mercy, Patience and Shalom Bayit
TO MERIT THE MERCY OF HASHEM WHICH HAS NO LIMIT AT ALL TIMES AND IN ALL SITUATIONS. AND TO ALWAYS BE CARVED ON THE HEART OF HASHEM. AND TO CONQUER ALL OF OUR ANGER, ESPECIALLY IN OUR HOMES WITH OUR SPOUSE. AND TO CAUSE NEW MERCIES TO ARISE THAT HAVE NEVER EXISTED SINCE THE CREATION OF THE WORLD
Prayer for the 13 attributes of mercy that are written in Parasha Ki Tisa after the sin of the golden calf.
Master of the World, who can do anything, and from whom nothing is hidden. May we merit the mercy of G-d, just as Hashem revealed mercy that was above nature, place and time – mercy that influences forever, with no limit in place or time.
In the merit of the 13 Attributes of Mercy, which are alluded to in the goblet of Yosef, yud”gimmel ayin”bet, that Yosef hinted to his brothers, that Hashem, may He be blessed, has endless mercy, at all times and in all situations, and no one in the world and no sin in the world can stop His mercy, may He be blessed.
And may we merit to cling to the 13 Attributes of Hashem, may he be blessed.
Just as He is merciful, so you too shall be merciful, just as He is gracious, so you too shall be gracious, just as He has the attribute of truth, so too, you shall have the attribute of truth.
And may we merit to always be righteous with patience, and to accept suffering from each and every one, and to be a person who accepts suffering from each and every one, especially in my home and from my wife / husband.
And may we and our children and our children’s children forever merit to draw down the attribute of mercy through the attribute of (accepting suffering / patience), because the more a person conquers his anger, so too the more he merits to draw down new mercies and kindnesses into the world that never existed since the creation of the world.
As it says, “suspend the land on restraint”
That through a person restraining his mouth at the time of an argument, so he merits to cause new mercies to arise that never existed since the creation of the world.
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