August 22, 2016 11:35 pm at 11:35 pm #1170148
Joseph – what do you disagree with? That it will ruin your Shalom Bayis?August 22, 2016 11:37 pm at 11:37 pm #1170149
Person1 – I think they do, especially nowadays. I heard that today even in high school, they start teaching about dating and marriage because there are so many problems. They even have classes about recognizing signs of abuse.
I wonder if they teach boys as much about marriage? Maybe if they did, there would be less divorces.August 22, 2016 11:38 pm at 11:38 pm #1170150
I think girls are taught that everything is expected of them and way too much pressure is put on them!August 23, 2016 12:11 am at 12:11 am #1170151kapustaParticipant
For women, he just gave them a bracha if they don’t read it. That’s okay – I’ve gotten brachos from more chashuve people in my life.
Are we ranking levels of chashivus now?August 23, 2016 12:31 am at 12:31 am #1170152
Kapusta – I don’t know, I thought it was obvious that Rav Sheinberg Zatsal was more chashuv, but if you think that was an inappropriate statement, I take it back. I guess either way, a bracha from anyone should not be taken lightly.August 23, 2016 1:18 am at 1:18 am #1170153kapustaParticipant
Yes, I wasn’t even sure who you were referring to but IMO we don’t know which “simple” people are tzaddikim, and even so, no bracha should be discounted.August 23, 2016 1:31 am at 1:31 am #1170154
I wouldn’t have said it unless I was referring to someone who is known as a Gadol. I was also thinking of a couple of other Gedolim/Roshei Yeshivos I’ve received brachos from who are known to be extremely chashuve, but I will stop there.May 25, 2017 10:54 pm at 10:54 pm #1286035FancieBancroftParticipant
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Surely that post was intended for a different thread.May 26, 2017 3:29 am at 3:29 am #1286105LightbriteParticipant
Lol!!! 😄🎨🎨🎨May 26, 2017 11:45 am at 11:45 am #1286271GadolhadorahParticipant
As you read through this thread, it seems that many posters are in denial and would like to revert back to a bygone era in the Alte Heim where women stayed at home because it was a social norm for the society they lived-in, goyishe and yiddeshe, and there were very few opportunities for women to pursue their own education and careers. B”YH, that world is GONE FOREVER, and today more than 50 percent of the students pursuing graduate degrees in professions such as medicine, law, social work, education etc. are women. Also, there are an incredible number of frum Jewish women who have found ways to maintain their yiddeshkeit and hashkafah while also pursuing their education. Yes, for those kollel yungerleit who want a “stay-at-home” baas yisroel with a very limited secular education wnd no real job skills, I’m sure the inventory is well-stocked (if one believes the constant drumbeat of “shidduch crisis” stories here) but increasingly, both young men and women are finding their beschert among those who have realized the opportunities the Ebeshter has provided and pursuing them through advanced education. These men and women are more likely to treat one another as “equals” and don’t take seriously the notion of subordination of women to their husbands.May 26, 2017 11:55 am at 11:55 am #1286282JosephParticipant
Shulchan Aruch (Y.D. 240:17): Both men and women are equal in being required to honor and fear their parents. However, the woman does not have the ability to fulfill this Mitzvah because she is subservient to her husband. Therefore, she is exempt from the Mitzvah of honoring her father and mother while she is married. If she gets divorced or widowed she is obligated.
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