Rabbi Berland’s Prayer To Have New Legs With No Pain
The following is translated from Rabbi Eliezer Berland’s compendium of prayers in the Refuah Shleimah booklet. To get the prayer in the original Hebrew, you can buy the booklet HERE.
Master of the world, who can do anything and from whom nothing is withheld, grant me the merit to serve all my days in teshuva (715) and prayer (521) and charity (205) = 1451.
And may I spend all the days of my life with comfort in my soul, and without any suffering or pains at all, and with the serenity (744) of Shabbat (707) = 1451, that all the days of my life will be an aspect of the holy Shabbat.
And may I merit to learn Torah day and night, without pause and without weariness and without aching, and genuinely in truth for the sake of Heaven.
And may I merit to be encompassed in the seal of the Holy One Blessed is He, “and the seal (466) of (330) the Holy One (415) Blessed (228) is He (12) is truth” = 1451.
And create for me new legs which are healthy and straight, with no crookedness at all, because each and every day you make things new completely.
And create the world completely anew, a new sun, a new moon, new stars, new land, like it’s written, “by His word (289) He creates (203) heavens (458) and in the breath (222) of His mouth (96) all (50) His legions (133)” = 1451.
And from now on I shouldn’t need any operation at all, because You can do anything and nothing is withheld from You, and the one who said to the world ‘enough’ can say to my suffering ‘enough’.
And bless the rest of the days of my life with great health, without any operations, treatment or medicines at all.