Tweet Your prayer

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The Kotel Twitter’s account allows you to practice the old tradition of placing notes with your prayers in between the stones of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel, also known as The Kotel.

All you need to do is to tweet your prayers and wishes, and they’ll be printed on real paper, cut down to small notes, and placed in the Wall.

Tweet you prayers @TheKotel

“You should keep in mind that from the nature of this service, there is absolutely no guarantee if, when and how your prayers will be answered.

It’s up for you to decide what to do with your life, and to what extent you wish to rely solely on praying” (from “Terms of use”)

Alon Nir the founder of Tweet Your Prayers takes your tefillos and delivers them to the Kotel. Visit his website for making  donation, explanations a and terms of use.

Photo from http://www.tweetyourprayers.info/


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