Lag Ba’Omer was one of the Mitteler Rebbe’s particularly noteworthy festivals. He and the Chassidim would go out to the fields that day, and although he did not wash and break bread, he did partake of mashkeh, which he was not allowed to do for health reasons. Many wonders were seen at that time, most of them involving the blessing of children for childless couples – and all year long people waited for Lag Ba’Omer.
This is how it’s written in book Yom Ha-Yom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe (the seventh Rebbe)
So it was with our Rebbe. Rabbi David Ofen heard a story from one religious Jew living in the Holy Land. He told him that for many years his parents had no children. And someone advised them to ask the Rebbe for blessings. So they decided to go to the Rebbe for a blessing, but could not find a suitable opportunity to do it.
The Hasidim advised his mother to go to the Rebbe in the morning at Lag B’Omer, when the Rebbe would leave the house
So she did. At the appointed time, she came to the Rebbe’s house on President Street, in New York. There were already several women waiting for the Rebbe’s blessing.
The Rebbe gave a blessing to all of them. And within a year they had a son – the very narrator of this story.
It has already become a good tradition at Lag Ba’Omer that envoys of the Rebbe in Kiev, together with members of the community, go to Nezhin to the grave of the second Lubavitcher Rebbe.
There, everyone writes a note to the Rebbe’s grave and celebrates this day.
Now you have the opportunity to receive such a blessing.
If you need a blessing for the birth of children or Shidukh, your name will be mentioned in the blessings on the grave of the second Lubavitcher Rebbe in Nezhin at Lag Ba’Omer itself, in exchange for a modest donation for our community, in the amount of $72 and above.
To get the blessing, follow the link,
and write the names for blessings at the comments