Rabbi Berland’s Prayer To See With My Eyes
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, from whom nothing is withheld, may I merit to be a man of might and valor, like the mighty Shimshon, and healthy in all 248 of my limbs and 365 of my sinews.
“My G-d (41) my G-d (41) why have you (75) forsaken me (539)” = 696 because (30) I (61) believe (141) in Hashem (28) an in Moshe (353) His servant (82) + 1 = 696.
And behold I believe that the soul of Moshe Rabbenu the faithful shepherd is imbued into this generation in Rabbi (214) Nachman (148) of Breslev (334) = 696, and through this He split (210) the sea (50) of reeds (146) into channels (290) = 696.
And through this may I merit to be healthy and strong in all of my limbs, and may I merit to see with my eyes and to be mighty of valor like Shimshon (696) the mighty one.