Are you seeking a shidduch, praying for a loved one’s recovery from illness, davening for parnossa and job security or for deeper understanding of the depth of Torah and more? Now, whether you are in Israel and can travel to the Kotel daily yourself, or are in Israel but a distance from the Kotel, or live in the Diaspora and need someone to go and say Tefillos on your behalf, you can have Rabbanim and/or Talmudei Chachamim praying simultaneously at the Kotel with you as you pray for whatever it is you seek. [...]
Parsha Eikev is equated in terms of one’s being attentive to the little Mitzvot; the details, the Mitzvot that one tends to overlook, to ignore, to tread one’s heels on in the mad dash, but without which the Jewish people would lack the merit which sets us apart from common man. The little mitzvot, the small details are the ones epitomized by V’Ahavtah L’re’echa Komocha — caring for your fellow Jew as for yourself.
And so, we find Parsha Eikev placed on the heels of the end of Parsha Vaetchanan’s teachings regarding tefillin and mezuzah. [...]