Please, I need your help. We need to storm the gates of heaven with prayers for the recovery of Yitzchok ben Bracha, so dear to my heart.
The MiSheberach - This is often considered the most traditional prayer for one who is ill. It is usually recited during the Torah service at synagogue....
May the One who blessed our forefathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and our foremothers Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah, bless and heal Yitzchok son of Bracha. May the Holy One, blessed be God, be merciful and strengthen and heal him. Grant him a complete and speedy recovery—healing of body and healing of soul. And let us say: Amen.
Also, if you would join me in saying Tehillim, it would be Chapters 6, 20, 30, 41, 88 and 103.
I realize I am not giving any reasons for all of this. It is not likely by accident that this was the "Daily Dose" I received from Chabad.org in my inbox this morning:
This is how that darkness within us finds its way out: First it agrees with everything good we do.
When we choose to meditate, it tells us,
“Yes! Meditate! That way you will become a great sage!”
When we choose to do a good deed, it says,
“Yes! You are so wonderful! Think what others will do in return for this!”
Slowly, slowly, it convinces us that any good we do requires its approval. And then, you’ve fallen into its trap.
Do good without reason. Then there are no traps.