Mazal tov, Mazal tov. Now we need the Bat Mitzva girl, the Queen of the world. I want everyone to give her the biggest hand in the world. You know sometimes there is a beautiful little girl who is beautiful, but you have to look three times until you see that she is beautiful. By the Bat Mitzva girl, you don’t have to look at all. She is just so beautiful. I hate to say bad things, I am afraid that the Bat Mitzva girl will have to break a lot of hearts, because any normal boy will be madly in love with her. So I want to bless you that since you are not only beautiful, but you also have a heart of gold, try not to break too many hearts. And besides that, what an honor it should be to have a broken heart because of you.
I want to bless the Bat Mitzva girl that, all her life, she should be connected to Yerushalayim the holy city with all her heart, with all her soul.
You know, friends, for you maybe it’s an ordinary night, you have no where to eat, so you save the money on a restaurant and come here to eat. For the Bat Mitzva girl this is the most important night in her life!
You know, now, Boruch HaShem [thank GYd], we are celebrating your Bat Mitzva. The next time we will rejoice with you will be at your wedding. I just want to bless you with something very precious. When Avraham Avinu married Sara there was not the idea of a “bat zug” [soulmate]. Because until they converted to Judaism, there were no Jews. So forty days before they were born, it was not called out in Heaven that Avraham would marry Sara. Avraham just met Sara and they got married. Forty days before Yitzchak was born, it also was not called out in Heaven. Only at the moment that Yitzchak was on the altar, at that moment Rivkah was born. Yitzchak constantly was thinking, “I want to die sanctifying GYd’s name.” Suddenly, when he was, nebuch [a pity], on the altar, he suddenly saw Rivkah. He felt, “Master of the Universe, the most important thing in Heaven is not to die sanctifying GYd’s name. The most important thing is to have children who will serve GYd.”
I want to bless you, you are now twelve years old, and the truth is, according to Jewish Law, it is already possible to marry you. You better watch out, don’t take any rings. I bless you, that the young man who will marry you, whenever he prays by the Holy Wall, he will see you in his dream. And I bless you, that whenever you stand by the Holy Wall, you will see deep deep down in your dream, your soulmate, and all your children and grandchildren until the Moshiach comes. Amen Amen.