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  • in reply to: Chasidim button their coats like …. #1810266
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    @lakewhut

    In yiddishkeit the right side is Chessed and the right side is the stronger side and The weaker side the left side is Gvurah

    in reply to: Chasidim button their coats like …. #1808539
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    Because it’s the Chessed over Gvurah

    in reply to: Chabad hate on YWN? #1725781
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    i wanted to say this for so long its ok to bash chabad but noone else?
    dont bash anyone at all . chas visholom to bash anyone else but its ok to bash us? No!

    in reply to: Chabad Nigunim #1710080
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    Daled bavos for the win
    After that I love all the Niggunim

    in reply to: Why do Chassidim seem happier. #1710074
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    There are many stories of the happy chussid and depressed misnagid

    in reply to: Why do Chassidim seem happier. #1710073
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    Because not only is it a mitzvah to be happy and serve hashem with joy but that the basics of chassidis.

    in reply to: Stealing the Afikomon #1704972
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    We don’t steal the afikoman Bec we don’t want to teach kids bad Middis even as a joke

    in reply to: The Lubavicher Rebbe “Shlit”a” #1704970
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    Your playing with Fire

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1698648
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    Your right I forgot about that but the frum ppl who r frum it doesn’t make a dif if they’re chassidish or not

    in reply to: why am I a rasha? #1697516
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    Don’t look at yourself as a rasha (Perek Aleph Tanya)

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697200
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    Idk if any of my lists are going thru

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697199
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    “ It is not so poshut to join Chabad.

    Did you go over the 15 page application form?

    Then they have requirements that take hours of each day!

    The bare MINIMUM is you gotta spend lots of time each day doing what they call “Chitas” – the entire parsha WITH Rashi! A chunk of Tehilim. And almost a chapter in Tanya.

    But that’s not all! No youi aren’t done with the MINUMUM requirements yet!

    You also gotta do THREE preokim in RAMBAM – daily.

    They also expect you to learn many of the weekly sichos and attend regular farbrengens (almost weekly or at least 3 a month!) …

    and that is the MINIMUM requirements for…girls.

    Boys gotta do so much more!“

    You don’t k ow what your taking about everyone does what they’re able to do and girls don’t do 3 perakim they do one Perek and some do Sefer hamitzvos

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697198
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    Why all the hate ? Stop bashing

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697197
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    Who cares what group your from as long as you keep torah and mitzvois
    I love all yidden

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697196
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    What about viahavta lireiacha kamoicha? Where your ahabavs yisroel

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697195
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    Can we stop the hate please ? Like seriously
    Who cares what group you follow just follow torah and mitzvois and your good

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697194
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    “It is not so poshut to join Chabad.

    Did you go over the 15 page application form?

    Then they have requirements that take hours of each day!

    The bare MINIMUM is you gotta spend lots of time each day doing what they call “Chitas” – the entire parsha WITH Rashi! A chunk of Tehilim. And almost a chapter in Tanya.

    But that’s not all! No youi aren’t done with the MINUMUM requirements yet!

    You also gotta do THREE preokim in RAMBAM – daily.

    They also expect you to learn many of the weekly sichos and attend regular farbrengens (almost weekly or at least 3 a month!) …

    and that is the MINIMUM requirements for…girls.

    Boys gotta do so much more”

    Your making stuff up…. we don’t need to do three perakim or the boys do that

    in reply to: Joining Chabad #1697193
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    What about veahavta lireiacha kamoicha? Ahavas yisroel ?
    I love all Yiddin why can’t everyone just accept everyone for who they are?

    in reply to: Sefiras HaOmer Issues #1514349
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    We listen to music only on chol hamoid and lag baomer.
    No hair cutting at all except an upshernish on lag baomer.
    Woman count sefira with a bracha.
    (in english we keep the whole sefira. and i didint mention shabing because lubavitcher men dont shave at all)

    in reply to: Kapotas #1482072
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    the back right of the kapoteh is rounded therefore does not require tzitzis.

    in reply to: Working boys and shidduchim #1463197
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    isint Knass a punishment.?

    in reply to: @Chabad Shluchah Please Explain Why Davening To/Betten a Rebbe is Okay #1462624
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    the rebbe is daavening at you request.
    idk why this comment didnt go thu i wrote it a few days ago.

    in reply to: Chabad Shlichus – Risk of Sacrificing Own Family’s Ruchniyos? #1459045
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    K.

    in reply to: Chabad Shlichus – Risk of Sacrificing Own Family’s Ruchniyos? #1459020
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    Y didn’t my post go thru ?

    Too long, and no links allowed.

    in reply to: Chabad Shlichus – Risk of Sacrificing Own Family’s Ruchniyos? #1458417
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    first of all ths shluchims kids know that they are a dugma chaya and they should act accordingly.

    in reply to: Aleph beis is programming code #1443521
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    U mean like the א is made up of two י&ו?
    The were the bottom yud …?

    in reply to: Can a live person be soulless? #1443427
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    No.
    (The reason is to long to post)

    in reply to: Why Would a Girl Even Want to Learn Talmud? #1442055
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    We leanred stuff from the Gerrer Rebbe.
    I don’t know why this comment didn’t go thru before.

    in reply to: Gog umagog #1441690
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    We learned from the Gerrer Rebbes Sefer. Our teacher brought us in copies if multiple pages and we learned it,,,

    in reply to: Why Would a Girl Even Want to Learn Talmud? #1441319
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    ANd it was from a regular Gemara copied onto paper.
    No English translation.
    This is how chabad girls learn Gemara

    in reply to: Why Would a Girl Even Want to Learn Talmud? #1441254
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    We leanred the Gemara itself and rarely we learned Rashi and Toisfois and those are the only mefarshim we ever learned

    in reply to: Why Would a Girl Even Want to Learn Talmud? #1441094
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    girls learn gemara in high school.

    in reply to: shalom mordechai is OUT…..BARUCH HASHEM! Its Zos Chanukah #1431232
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    Just like the alter rebbe. He was told he is free but the next day he was let out.

    in reply to: Chanuka Menorah #1430951
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    I wld post a link from only simchas butnit prob won’t be allowed. But the Shliach in Munich u see his menorah is round and in the window.

    in reply to: Chanuka Menorah #1430536
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    Hey before I was walking a around ch and I saw so many menorahs in windows. (Which is very unusual) and guess what all of them were round and some even had 3 or 4 in the window

    in reply to: Chanuka Menorah #1428164
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    I also saw the video of the one litvisher chossid is talking about with 90* angel Menorah till it was changed to the one that looks like the menorah in the BHMK. (Obvs not exact bec that has 6 branches not 8)

    in reply to: Chanuka Menorah #1428163
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    Some chabad light curved menorahs like this🕎
    And some light diagonal.

    in reply to: Question I don’t know the answer to :) 🤔 #1423902
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    Good*

    in reply to: Question I don’t know the answer to :) 🤔 #1423895
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    Hashem is doing this because he loves you and wants only food for you even though it may seem not good.

    in reply to: If you’re Chabad, are you definitely… #1416731
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    Sfekis*

    in reply to: If you’re Chabad, are you definitely… #1416729
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    It causes Sfeikie B’Emunah…

    in reply to: If you’re Chabad, are you definitely… #1416712
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    Cholov akum causes terrible things …

    in reply to: If you’re Chabad, are you definitely… #1416322
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    They will not eat it

    in reply to: Mesichists Explained by ChabadShlucha #1415181
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    watch the video from Koiach Nissan.(chuf ches nissan.) when the rebbe says the famous sicha that CS and a few other were talking about. i personally was born only after gimmel tammuz so i never had the zchus to see the rebbe with my own eyes. but watch the video. Chuf Ches NIssan> “KER A VELT HEINT”. which means turn over the world today. its very chilling the video….

    in reply to: Mashiach > 6000 #1415182
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    shopping.
    thats right. not only are we by “friday” but late friday like a hour before shabbos ,in the rush right before shabbos.

    in reply to: Where did all these Chabad warriors come from? #1414885
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    You did.
    Was thinking of you :).

    in reply to: Hey New Yorkers! #1414884
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    It depends. Right now it is 51 and feels like 48.
    And night 48 feels colder then 48 in the day.

    Spring jacket with a sweater or just a winter coat and nothing else.

    in reply to: I will explain Chabad messianism 101 #1414882
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    The rebbe refused to become rebbe. It took a ful year for the rebbe to accept upon himself the niseis. And how did he accept the niseis? By sayin the maamer Basi Legani.(note there are multiple Basi leganis)

    in reply to: Mesichists Explained by ChabadShlucha #1413407
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    Looking at a Rebbe picture before daavening each morning add more chayis to your day and strengthens your yiddishkeit and chassiddishkeit.
    Also drawing pictures of tzaddikim helps. (Not only chabad tzaddikim but also baba sali . Rabbi Ovadia etc)

    in reply to: Mesichists Explained by ChabadShlucha #1413430
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    Another tzaddik since we’re in the topic of tzaddikim now…

    The Shpoler Zeide would refer to himself with all sorts of derogatory names like beheima (animal). He was once in Liozna during the nesius of the Alter Rebbe and he stayed in the attic above the shul. The Alter Rebbe once went up to see him and while he was on the stairs, the Shpoler Zeide said the verse, “Who will go up on the mountain of Hashem etc.” When the Alter Rebbe got upstairs, the Shpoler Zeide said, “you are going to an old beheima,” and he began denigrating himself.

    My father [the Rebbe Maharash] told me that since his neshama was from b’n, he referred to himself as a beheima. Generally, the souls of b’n need to nullify themselves.

    (Toras Sholom)

    SINCE THEN I’VE FELT WARM

    The Shpoler Zeide was a man of intense fervor, far more than any of his colleagues – the Maggid’s other disciples.

    When he visited the Alter Rebbe in Liadi in 5569 or 5570 (1809 or 1810) he related that when he was a child of three he saw the Baal Shem Tov. “He placed his holy hand on my heart and ever since I have felt warm.”

    (HaYom Yom 14 Teves)

    HIS REVELATION

    Somewhere else it is told that when the Shpoler Zeide was about three or five, he went to see the Baal Shem Tov when he was in Shpole. The Baal Shem Tov blessed him and after blessing him, he placed his holy hand on the child’s head and heart. Ever since, said the Shpoler Zeide, I felt my mind open to Torah study and a yearning of the heart for serving the Creator and Ahavas Yisroel.

    Source: Beis Moshiach

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