[Update below.] All are asked to say Tehillim for Rav Matisyahu Salomon, mashgiach of Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, NJ, whose condition has taken a turn for the worse after being hospitalized last night. The name for Tehillim is Matisyahu Chaim ben Ettil.
At this time, the yungeleit and bochurim at all the campuses of Beth Medrash Govoha have stopped learning during first seder to say emergency Tehillim for the mashgiach.
As Matzav.com first reported last night, Rav Salomon sustained a fall and was taken from his home on Sixth Street to Kimball Medical Center by Hatzolah paramedics. He was subsequently transferred to NYU Medical Center in Manhattan, where he is undergoing a procedure, the nature of which has not been disclosed. His condition has been deemed serious.
All are asked to continue davening for Matisyahu Chaim ben Ettil.
Update: Physicians grew concerned due to internal bleeding. However, they were able to identify the location of the bleeding and treat it. Rav Salomon has been stabilized.
r matisyohu shlita gives of his time to eyerybody even if he does nt know the person its yashrus for everyone to take time to say tehillim if anyone were to call him to say tehillim he would
The stress associated with his position and what he has to hear and endure is too much and not fair to the mashgiach
Why are so many of the gedolai hador getting sick now?
b”h hes doing a lot better
cause it is supposed to be a wake-up call from Hashem for klal yisroel to start doing teshuva ASAP
i.e. when something happens to a person privately it is a message from Hashem to him alone BUT when something happens to a GADOL HADOR then it is a message to all of KLAL YISROEL, this tzaddik-6 others ALL IN CRITICAL CONDITION-is a message for teshuva before things get worse C”V
MAY all these tzaddikim have a refuah shleima asap
#1 I had to wait 6 weeks for an appoinment. He works so hard. R”M should feel better.
I give a brucha to the whol kalal yisrel
thet we should do tishuva and let us bring