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  • in reply to: Which is better: a bad chavrusa or no chavrusa? #966329

    abc12345
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    @pix

    Is it a particularly difficult Mesechta, or is it an interesting one that you are Chazering. [it is difficult as stated in my earlier post]

    What setting is it in. shul

    How often. 5 days

    in reply to: Which is better: a bad chavrusa or no chavrusa? #966328

    abc12345
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    @writer

    I am putting as much into that i can at my level. I only started learning gemara 8 months ago. my litvish chavrusa has matured me to a point, and in brochos i can somewhat independently learn. however with bava kama, it is a little more challenging.

    in reply to: Which is better: a bad chavrusa or no chavrusa? #966326

    abc12345
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    @jf learning bava kama 5 days a week.

    @daas im sure i can find another chavrusa it will just take precious time. i learn soso on my own but im at a stage where i need to keep growing and i cant do it on my own (just as of yet). im learning a different masechta with a litvish guy and he is amazing, however i really like bava kama and need help with it.

    in reply to: Help me wrap Spinka Tefillin #969376

    abc12345
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    Thank you… My Rebbe is Spinka but does not lay Spinka Tefillin. You description is helpful, but pictures will be even more helpful…

    in reply to: Is vayechulu a required part of Kiddush? (Friday Night) #942799

    abc12345
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    @torah613 After these responses I am more satisfied with the additional replies…

    in reply to: Is vayechulu a required part of Kiddush? (Friday Night) #942793

    abc12345
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    @torah613, I ‘dont’ want to skip it. I heard someone that did and was wondering. After reading the kitzrSA, I see that it is mentioned as being a part of the reading.


    abc12345
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    @talmud A Yisroel; I asked my Rov and he confirmed I should not between shkia and chatzos lila. I did not ask for an explanation as he seemed to be on his way somewhere.

    Thank you for the references.

    in reply to: Looking For More Info On 'Ben Bag Bag' and 'Ben Hay Hay' #936671

    abc12345
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    Thank you

    in reply to: Chassidic Shul with Late Mincha #932902

    abc12345
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    Thank you everyone for the information.

    @apushatayid after researching it; this is what I discovered.

    in reply to: what chassidic movements don't require you to grow a beard? #921390

    abc12345
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    ok thanks. I did hear there are a few [minor] dynasty that don’t require it.

    in reply to: Gerim needs a place to learn #911118

    abc12345
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    @aurora77 thank you very much!

    in reply to: Gerim needs a place to learn #911117

    abc12345
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    somewhat hijacked? lol

    in reply to: Gerim needs a place to learn #911090

    abc12345
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    @nem621 ok thanks. can you explain exactly what ‘zchar’ means

    in reply to: Gerim needs a place to learn #911088

    abc12345
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    wow! sorry for the late reply. i didnt get a msg notification; on my own i decided to check my post. i will try to answer a few questions here.

    @CharlesShort, you are correct about most yeshivot, however i was referring to more baal tshuva yt such as Shor Yoshov. I am a male, and the rest of your questions are quite private, well at least about my reasons for wanting to convert. It may seem like a simple question but in fact its the most private question you can ask a prospective gerim. i dont have a problem telling people my reasons once we know each other.

    @rebdoniel I have been learning on my own and making great progress. but i feel that i need more intensity. there is a rabbi in my corner (flatbush), and i am all set with the bet din. i am only looking to learn.

    @amichai thank you

    @theChassidisheGatesheader Yes i do know! the rav you speak of in Yerushalayim, this is what I am looking for. A place to learn, but not necessarily a big yeshiva. i am actually quite far in the gerim process. i am shomer mitzvot. i have a strong desire to advance my torah and talmud learning, but i want to do it in Yisroel. if this is something the rav you speak of might be able to help me with, yes please lets be in touch.

    @yytz I will look into rav Lazer Brody thank you

    @nem621 thank you for the reply, however i am way past the point of wondering if this is something i want to do. this is the life i want, to be a jew and raise a jewish family.

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