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    lm
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    MAKE COPIES OF THIS PAGE AND PASTE IT IN ALL SHULS, OR WHERE EVER GIRLS, WOMEN (MEN ALSO) WILL READ IT.

    TZNIUS IS OUR PRIDE AND GLORY!

    The Torah states:

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    Holy You Should Be!

    By wearing immodest clothing we distance the Shechina (Divine Presence) from us.

    As the Torah states:

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    Immodesty should not be seen amongst you!

    Or Hashem will withdraw his presence from you!

    When the Shechina departs, we are stripped of our protection ?”?

    Maybe this is why so many tzoros, illness, crushing poverty and unbearable tragedies, have befallen us.

    In the words of the Holy Chofetz Chaim tzl in a famous letter:

    To a large degree this despicable style negates the statement of the Torah:

    Tight-fitting, short, flashy clothing, low cut necklines, long extravagant sheitels, etc. are contrary to Tznius standards,

    Dear Sisters!

    Let us wear clothes that are befitting for Jewish Daughters. This will cause the Shechina to reside in our midst. This will bring many blessings upon ourselves, and ultimately bring the Geulah Sheleima ??”?

    ????? ???? ??????? ?????? ?????! The key to our salvation is in your hands!

    #620544

    ujm
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    Thank you so much. This is a beautiful message to all of Klal Yisroel!

    I have already printed out many copies and posted it for public consumption.

    #620545

    Joseph
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    It is still summer and this message is very poignant.

    #620546

    postsemgirl
    Member

    Joseph what does this have to do with summer? We need to fix the tznius problem all year around. Tznius is not just dress.

    #620547

    zishe
    Member

    A famous (female) lecturer once told me that she has had many tamidos over the years who went from wearing pants, etc. to full yeshivishe woman garb, due in large part to her classes. What does she do? She never, ever, mentions tznius or that people aren’t keepin it. She focuses on a woman’s job and role as an akeres habayis, the center of her children’s and her family’s life, and her connection to Hashem and to yiddishkeit. When people hear the beauty of this messae, they naturally want to act the role that they realize they are filling.

    #620548

    Joseph
    Participant

    postsemgirl, I agree with you 100%. But this poster addresses dress, which unfortunately tends to be a bigger problem in the summer. I’ve seen this sign up in many bungalow colonies.

    #620549

    Doc
    Participant

    This is a beautiful (and much needed) message.

    #620550

    Bogen
    Participant

    If the CHOFETZ CHAIM already saw the tznius problem in his time, uch un vay how much worse it is today!

    #620551

    cherrybim
    Participant

    MAKE COPIES OF THIS PAGE AND PASTE IT IN ALL SHULS, OR WHERE EVER GIRLS, WOMEN (MEN ALSO) WILL READ IT.

    #620552

    ujm
    Participant

    cherrybim,

    My sincere apologies that you find the Chofetz Chaim’s take on tznius objectionable.

    #620553

    chachom
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    cherry, i’ve noticed you engage in very questionable behavior. i would be very wary of your presence.

    #620554

    cherrybim
    Participant

    Halavai, you would learn from the Chofetz Chaim of his sensitivity and love of klal yisroel, and his approach concerning tznius.

    According to Chazal, unless you know how to give musser, it’s best not to.

    #620555

    cherrybim
    Participant

    To Chachom and UJM:

    #620556

    ujm
    Participant

    cherrybim,

    the evidence is in the pudding. just skim thru your comment history.

    Is motzi shem rah something YOU have an exemption from?

    #620557

    cherrybim
    Participant

    UJM, just like I said.

    #620558

    yoshi
    Member

    It’s difficult for people to take a good look at themselves and work on their own issues. That is why they take the EASY way out, by finding anyone they think is at fault to judge and criticize them.

    #620559

    cherrybim
    Participant

    UJM, If you can’t originate, don’t imitate.

    #620560

    saythatagain
    Member

    I know first hand of several cases with tragic irreversable outcome. I don’t know that ujm and chachom’s references are I am relativly new here.

    Why do you get so upset about hearing words of caution said to protect unsuspecting victims?

    In a BY school I taught in, they brought a police detective to speak to the girls about internet safty. (In this school they understand that the reality is that the girls are on-line anyways, might as well educate them to be safe) One of the things he spoke about was preditors- they are real and they are out there.

    It’s no joke.

    #620562

    cherrybim
    Participant

    Saythatagain is another voice of sanity.

    #620563

    ujm
    Participant

    saythatagain, were not teens here. and cherrybim has a very sordid and checkered history behind him. if any police detective investigations are needed around here, cherrybim will be suspect number one. perhaps because you are new here you are lucky enough to not be familiar with it.

    #620564

    bas kol
    Participant

    Posting such a sign in shuls and other places..sadly, does it serve the purpose??

    Is there no way of promoting Tznius in a POSITIVE way, instead of constant admonition?? It’s human nature not to be receptive to negativity…

    #620565

    saythatagain
    Member

    ujm- I am not talking about teens I am talking about married men and women!

    I don’t know cherrybin from before, but what he is saying here is true and a real danger. Using the internet is something which needs to be done with care- even for us adults!

    by the way who says only frum people or jewish people read this sight, anyone anywhere could log in and giving out personal info is not smart.

    #620566

    cherrybim
    Participant

    To saythatagain:

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