On May 22, 2017, a certain Rabbi Ofer Erez promised: EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATES WILL FIND THEIR MARRIAGE PARTNER
So we participated. On May 22 we submitted the name of one Shalom, a man in his 30’s who had yet to find his soulmate.
Then we waited, and nothing happened.
Well, this was a stubborn man who did not believe in the tikkun. Obviously he did everything he could to avoid finding his soulmate.
But four months later, on Hoshana Rabba, right before Simchas Torah, he brought her home, and admitted he had met her just one month after the tikkun, June 28 to be exact. Her name is Reut, which is interesting because in the grace after meals at a wedding, we bless G-d and the couple with ten expressions of happiness and love, and the last two are peace and friendship.
The Hebrew translation for peace is, as you know, Shalom.
And the Hebrew translation for friendship is Reut.
I’m just saying.