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    The Frumguy

    What does it mean when someone wishes you A “Freilichen Tamid”?


    There is a saying be happy always.

    Similarly Tamid lernt men…..Shabbos chazert men un Makkos krigt men.

    These adages are a thing of the past tzum badoyeren.

    I encourage all those who need a shidduch to repeat the word טבעת three times after the Baal Koreh. as a segula for the 3 rings that are associated with matrimony. The engagement ring, the marriage ring and the ……..

    Reb Eliezer

    Maybe, Tamid Besimcha – תמיד בשמחה constant happiness.


    הרבי מברסלב: מצוה גדולה להיות בשמחה תמיד

    Reb Eliezer

    The SA O’CH starts שויתי ה’ לנגדי תמיד, fear of Hashem seeing Him everywhere and finishes טוב לב משתה תמיד, love of Hashem. This might be implied in שני תמידים כהלכתם remember the two constants as the SA.

    pro geshmake yidden

    It’s a bracha stop getting so defensive and just say amen

    Little Froggie

    I’d say Frielach translates to happy, and Tamid means always.

    So, it could be, maybe, possibly, that instead of vinching (it’s a special kind of tool) you a happy Purim, he’s wishing you a happy forever. (most people are happy on Purim, why’d you need a Bracha for that?)

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