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  • #608322
    esteer
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    Does anyone know of a Vasikin minyan on Purim morning in Boro park for women?

    #932764
    superme
    Member

    Flatbush?

    #932765
    working
    Participant

    It’s not boro park, but Landau’s in Flatbush has a minyan at 6:05. The EN will be open.

    #932766
    YW Moderator-18
    Moderator

    I’m sure there are many. Rabbi Bluth’s shul on E2 and Cortelyou has three minyanim with the first very early. All have the e”n open for megillah. If you look it up they have a hot line with the zmannim.

    #932767
    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    What is the inyan of davening vasikin on Purim (besides the same inyan that applies every day of the year)?

    Does it apply to women too?

    #932768
    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    I think Popa is looking for a girl who davens vasikin daily.

    #932769
    haifagirl
    Participant

    What is the inyan of davening vasikin on Purim (besides the same inyan that applies every day of the year)?

    There is a lot of work for women to do on Purim. The earlier they daven and hear Megillah, the more hours they have to finish up shalach manos and prepare the seudah.

    #932770
    Geordie613
    Participant

    There are ceretain days of the year where the minhag is to start davening early. Besides Purim, the others include, mochras yom kippur, hoshano rabbo, and there are others mentioned in the mishna brura.

    #932771
    Eli51
    Participant

    Kollel Bnei Torah located @ 1323 E 32 Street Between Aves M & Kings Highway has a K’Vasikin Minyan on Purim @ 6:06 A.M.& the Ezras Nashim will be open.

    #932772
    PLONIALMONI4
    Member

    What is the inyan of davening vasikin on Purim (besides the same inyan that applies every day of the year)?

    Although any day you daven vasikin is an eis ratzon it is especially auspicious Purim morning.

    Simchas Purim to all fellow Yidden and may we all daven and be granted health, parnassah, nachas from children, and ultimately the end of this terrible golus that is slowly eating away at our neshamos. Every generation further from Har Sinai is lower than the previous one and is the Chazal that underscores this fact and we all see it in our own lives if we really pay attention.

    One of the Chassidic Rebbes once asked that if the Shaarei Demaos (Gates of Tears) are never closed why are the gates necessary at all?

    He cleverly responded that they do indeed act as a barrier for silly supplications that a person may invoke thinking that request is important when it truly is not.

    Although seemingly inherently obvious, we do need to focus and daven for what is truly needed.

    Hug and compliment your spouse and kids and help Hashem enter our lives.

    #932775
    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    I’m sure Emunas Yisrael will be open for women, but not sure about Vasikin.

    #932776
    superme
    Member

    Haifagirl- WHAT ARE U SAYING?!?!??!! VASKIN IS A SPECIAL THING TO GO TO ON PURIM IT’S A BIG SEGULAH FOR WHATEVER YOU NEED

    (mods please let this go through!!!)

    heavily edited.

    Please do not repost things which have been deleted.

    #932777
    WIY
    Member

    Torah613Torah

    They aren’t Davening vasikin, they start 7:30 on Purim.

    #932778
    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Thanks WIY.

    #932779
    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    That will be very helpful.

    #932780
    esteer
    Member

    I hear that vasikin on Purim morning is a segulah for a shidduch. Although, it can probably be a segulah for whatever one needs, as Purim is such a special day.

    #932781
    WIY
    Member

    Torah613Torah

    You are welcome. I hope to be there myself.

    #932782
    superme
    Member

    Mod who heavily edited mine– something should be said to Haifa girl how can she take such a big segualah and turn it into dirt what in the world?! She shouldn’t be allowed to post I thought you mods edit stuff I see you edit the stuff that tells you what to editand whatto allow!!!

    You are overreacting and blowing her statement out of proportion. Which you are free to do if you wish, but without personal attacks, please. (And I am not the mod who edited your post, but I agree with the one who did.)

    #932783
    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    WIY: FYI, there’s going to be a 6:30 AM Megila reading at Emunas Yisrael. I’m going to try to make it. But I can’t sit through an Emunas shacharis so will hopefully catch a davening elsewhere. Anywhere else that starts at 7:30?

    (It’s too long! How does anyone have the patience?! It’s 4+ hours only on Shabbos! And 2 hours during the week. I daven elsewhere than every so often come to Emunas for the singing parts. 🙂 )

    #932784
    esteer
    Member

    There will be a 6:07 minyan in rupshitz 53rd street between 18 & 19 ave

    #932785
    superme
    Member

    Rabbi Weinfeld on 22 and L 6:10

    Mod- what I so wasn’t she said the only reason y women go to vasikin is …..and she wrong and is telling everyone not to go!!

    #932786
    superme
    Member

    Haifa girl- wnt to vasikin this morning wow ou should of saw how many women were there and how nice it was!!!!!!!!!! Many women came for several reasons but kne major reason was SEGULAH!!! It’s major so please next time don’t make it into dirt!!

    #932787
    YW Moderator-73
    Moderator

    superme, I don’t understand why you insist on interpreting haifagirl’s comment in this manner. As far as I can tell, all she did was cite a possible explanation for the practice, without any implicit judgment or condescension. What YOU are doing, on the other hand, is not endearing you to the mods.

    #932788
    superme
    Member

    Whatever I did what I have to do and god is prod of me

    #932789
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    For vasikin, yes. for your comment, I doubt it. Haifa made an innoccent comment( she should forgive me for tipsy gtmrammar errors).

    #932790
    YW Moderator-18
    Moderator

    Sorry, Superme, I have to agree with Haifagirl without disagreeing with you. Although davening vasikin on Purim is a big segula and many people, women included go for that reason, I personally know many many women who go for practical purposes. Purim is a very busy day for many people with too much to do and not enough time. If one has little children at home the parents need to go to different minyanim and that can take a few hours extra. Many women go to the earliest minyan so their husbands can daven at their regular minyanim and then start their day earlier. This too is a legitimate reason for going to the earliest minyan. Haifa was in no way trying to say that people shouldn’t go for the segula.

    #932791
    superme
    Member

    Whatever my thing is just because some ppl do that remember not everyone and she should pick and choose er words carefully what about saying “somewen I know…” would of been better so many ppl read this and she has to b careful what she says he should of also said that yes it’s a big……who knows how many ppl ddnt go bec of the comment and they though ppl wld think that’s y there going or that it’s not a segula etc

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