This program was created to enable people to do something meaningful as a merit for singles who have not yet found their zivug.

You can sign up to either receive an email or a whatsapp message about the laws of guarding our tongues against speaking lashon horah. Before learning the lesson of the day you verbalize or have in mind that your learning should serve as a merit for specific singles and/or all Jewish singles to find their zivug. You then learn the lesson and the merit is created!

Generally no longer than 2 minutes a day.

Every day except for Shabbos and Yom Tovim.

The email lessons contain 2 halachos and and a short aggadeta section which contains hashkafa, encouragement and advice from chazal. The WhatsApp lessons are generally one halacha or thought and are great for people on the go!

The halacha section is based on the Sefer Chofetz Chaim and the Aggadeta section is based primarily on the sefer Shmiras Halashon.

Questions about any of the lessons are welcomed. You can submit questions through the website. However, if you have a question about how to conduct yourself in a real situation then you should consult with a competent halachic authority.

The program has been running since the end of 2006.

Over 1000 people have received these lessons primarily from the US and Israel but from
other countries as well.

A sponsorship gives you the added merit of being responsible for all the learning of that
particular lesson. You may sponsor in honor or memory of loved one or as a zechus for an
individual in need of a yeshua. To initiate a sponsorship follow the instructions on the website.

Sure! Encourage more people to join. The more people the greater the zechus!

Simply by sharing the link to our website. On the website there is a Join Today button.

If you were successful in removing the belief from your heart, you have uprooted the damage (between man and his friend) retroactively. Therefore, you do not need to seek his forgiveness. This is assuming that no damage resulted to him on account of you believing the loshon horah. **If he was harmed as a result of you believing the loshon horah, for example, you stopped doing business with him, then you would need to seek his forgiveness.