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  • #1668380

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Joseph
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    She’s too busy giving lectures at the event, but she sends regards.

    #1668438

    Chabadshlucha
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    Gutte voch! No I wish but I’m due soon iyh so I couldn’t make it this year. Thanks for the thought.

    #1668468

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Bsha’ah tova

    #1668491

    Joseph
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    CA: See, I told ‘ya you’d get the answer here.

    #1668512

    knaidlach
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    CS
    should be beshaah tovah umutzlachas. easy, healthy child and mother.

    #1668516

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Amein!

    #1668517

    ☕️coffee addict
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    CA: See, I told ‘ya you’d get the answer here.

    Yup, never fails

    #1668618

    Chabadshlucha
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    Thank you 🙂

    #1668843

    WinnieThePooh
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    CS, when you take your maternity leave B’sha’a tova, will there be a substitute shlucha for the CR?

    #1668849

    Chabadshlucha
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    WTP I originally joined the CR when I had my son. Between the constant waking up through the nights and nursing, I found I had more time to spend on the forum… I’ve been a bit absent lately as I’ve been preparing for my baby and my birthday iyh (and finally got back into saying more tehillim daily which has been exciting) but probably will be more present by my maternity leave 😉

    #1668877

    Joseph
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    What kind of preparing for your birthday have you engaged in?

    #1668940

    Chabadshlucha
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    It’s been fun. I have this project where I memorise tehillim and Tanya to the tunes of lubavitcher niggunim to help me remember it better. They way I always have words of Torah I can say in the streets or when doing housework etc
    Last year I databased all the niggunim I’ve used so I won’t keep reusing ones I’ve used already. This year I realized that if I work in advance I can finish memorising the same number of prakim as I’m turning.

    But it’s taking me some time because the nigun I have picked I didn’t know (Reb Michel Zlotchovers nigun) so I’m learning the nigun and the Tanya…

    But I think it’s worth it because it’s a very special nigun. R Michel was a Talmid of the Baal Shem Tov and he took his nigun from heichal hashir in gan Eden. He said whoever sings his nigun and needs help, he’ll come and help them from above.

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    Joseph
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    How many prakim have your already memorized?

    Do you sing the Tanya while mopping the floor?

    #1668970

    Chabadshlucha
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    3 guesses

    My husband mops the floor

    #1668988

    knaidlach
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    CS. i also mope the floor. did you get the idea from my wife? or did my wife get it from you?

    #1668983

    Joseph
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    Which housework do you do while singing Tanya?

    3 guesses:

    1. 20
    2. 23
    3. 26

    Which one is correct/closest?

    #1668985

    knaidlach
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    CS, very impressive about the tehilim and tanya. such a great thing to have divrei torah in your memory. and a tremendous thing for your baby, as the behaviour of the mother during pregnancy has an affect on the baby. (just a comment about memorizing tehilim by heart. we usually don’t say tora shebiksav by heart, with the exception of those parts that everyone knows by heart, like ashrei, krias shma etc. i’m sure you know this and checked it out. would be interesting to know more about it.).
    About the nigun of R’ Michel Zlotchover. i am pretty sure that it was the Baal shem tov who said that He would help the one who is singing this nigun. maybe that’s what you meant.

    #1669201

    Chabadshlucha
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    Knaidlach if your wife is anything like me she got the idea to ask you from your unborn / nursing child who has an aversion to its mother doing strenuous work.

    #1669203

    Chabadshlucha
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    Food preparation, spraying counters, folding laundry

    Number 2

    #1669207

    Chabadshlucha
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    “CS, very impressive about the tehilim and tanya. such a great thing to have divrei torah in your memory.”

    Agreed. It’s very much stressed in Hayom yom. I love when I see fellow murmurers on the street 🙂

    “and a tremendous thing for your baby, as the behaviour of the mother during pregnancy has an affect on the baby.”

    Yes bh

    “(just a comment about memorizing tehilim by heart. we usually don’t say tora shebiksav by heart, with the exception of those parts that everyone knows by heart, like ashrei, krias shma etc. i’m sure you know this and checked it out. would be interesting to know more about it.).”

    So I only heard of this after I stopped memorising tehillim anyway so as it wasn’t relevant I didn’t fully research it. However from what I do know, the problem is not from saying tehillim Baal peh (in fact see 7 and 11 teves in Hayom yom where the Frierdiker Rebbe specifically encourages saying tehillim baal peh, along with Tanya, chumash and mishnayos to be saved from kaf hakela and to purify the air outside) but from specifically intending to memorise it instead of it being a natural process (although Hayom yom 11 teves does encourage having any of the above committed to memory but it could mean naturally… In any case tzorich iyun.)

    “About the nigun of R’ Michel Zlotchover. i am pretty sure that it was the Baal shem tov who said that He would help the one who is singing this nigun. maybe that’s what you meant.”

    Yeah you’re right. Thanks for the correction.

    #1669543

    knaidlach
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    CS. thank you for your comments, especially the hayom Yom. and yes as you said Tsorich iyun.
    (Though im not sure about the distinction between intentionally memorising or naturally).

    My wife actually asked me to mope the floor not in connection with pregnancy or nursing. i will admit that at the beginning i wasn’t too happy about it, but i did accepted this task and realised that i should make things easier for her. she does cook and clean and do laundry and shope for the house AND go to work.

    #1669608

    aishet chover
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    Now here’s a thread bringing out the best in us! Poppa Joe doing what he does best, Chabadshlucha doing what she does best (inspiring us)…

    #1669607

    Chabadshlucha
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    Well I’m glad you recognise that because (at least in my experience) it’s really only a help if done willingly or even better with a smile. It’s true. Women working takes up more time and takes off part of the husbands responsibility so it makes sense he should help with hers (although if it’s distasteful paying for a cleaner to do it is also an option.)

    #1669724

    knaidlach
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    aishet chover.
    isn’t it better this way?

    #1669723

    knaidlach
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    ITS REALLY ONLY A HELP IF DONE WILLINGLY
    i agree
    PAYING FOR A CLEANER TO DO IT IS ALSO AN OPTION
    unfortunately we cant afford it now.

    some wives ask their husbands to help them by asking them to leave the house for a while :). in one such case, the husband left the house and came back in 3 hours. his wife asked him why are you back? he answered: how much do you expect me to help?

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