Mazeltov to Pinky and Ety Sareli, on the birth of a grandson in Cape Town and to parents Lior and Jamie Sareli.    Condolences to David Mincer on the sad loss of his dear wife Maxine Mincer, to Candice and Richard on the loss of their dear mother and to Beverly Cohen on the loss of her dear sister.    Mazeltov to Jonathan and Michal Zinman, on the birth of a daughter and to grandparents Harold and Aileen Zinman    Mazeltov to Selwyn and Elaine Schaffer on the birth of a granddaughter and to parents Ryan and Rosie Hollander    Mazeltov to Jeff and Robyn Girnun, on the birth of a granddaughter in London    Mazeltov to Mark and Zara Pamensky, on the birth of a son and to grandparents Mike and Sharon Pamensky

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Mikvah Immersion

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Enter the Mikvah and immerse once. Recite the blessing:BO-RUCH A-TOH A-DOH-NOI E-LO-HAI-NU ME-LECH HO-O-LOM A-SHER KI-D’-SHO-NU B’-MITZ-VO-SOV’-TZI-VO-NU AL HA-T’-VI-LOH.

Blessed are you G-d, our G-d, King of the Universe, who sanctified us with Your commandments concerning immersion.

Immerse again according to custom.

Upon completion many women say the following:

Y’-HI RO-TZON MI-L’-FO-NEH-CHOH A-DOH-NOI- E-LO-HAI-NU VAI-LO-HAI A-VO-SAI-NU SHE-YI-BO-NEH BAIS HA-MIK-DOSH BI-M’-HAI-ROH V’-YO-MAI-NU V’-SAIN CHEL-KAI-NU B’-SO-RO-SEH-CHOH.

May it be Your will, L-rd, Our G-d and G-d of our fathers, that the Holy Temple be rebuilt speedily in our days, and grant us a portion in Your Torah.

The gates of heaven are now open to your private prayers.

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