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13 hours a day not including travel time. with travel make it 15 hours a day. still, this is not including daf yomi before i go home.
Thank you for your input on this situation i never would have thought he might be in a crisis. I do need to work on myself and be Dan lekav zechus.
it was a one time thing. I was just realy annoyed that i couldnt finish davening with the tzibur. i hope that HKBH will asnwer all his tefilos.
What i was trying to say was not to tone it down but to come late and then disturb the davening is not right. The shul i daven in is more of a toned down kind of shul where we come and do our thing every day. I would never c”vs tell a person not to have kavanah in his tefilos, who am i to do that. I personaly get confused as im davening and then i get interupted. After some time it starts to get frustrating to me because i cant finish my tefilos without geting mixed up. I was thinking this morning i should step out and just daven to myself but then he might have felt uncomfortable that i left because of him. I would never cause Harm to a fellow jew. I was just asking for some advice here.
Thank you to all who have given
Yeah…..lets flood our kidneys.
If by learning you mean that he wakes up at 5:30 am and goes to learn then and doesent finish till 11:00 pm then the parents should let him learn. If he would be one of these fakers that just sits and says they are learning yet they are just busy on their cell phones the whole day and just sit there for shidduch purposes only then maybe he should go get an education.
I have no problem with people who want to learn but let them do it lishmah! and not waste peoples money.
You need to call 311 and file a noise complaint. The police cant help you and 311 will take about two weeks before they even look at the case.
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Restaurants are required to state that gratuity is included. This must be stated on the menus if not then you are not required to pay the gratuity. Basicly, it must be in print either on the menu or on a sign posted in the establishment.
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I’m here too!
Took the words right out of my mouth. Thank you
striving: have no fear and do what you feel is right in your heart. Its nice that you are considering your parents that they shouldn’t shell out money they don’t have. most girls think the boy will sit and learn for a few years and they will be supported by their parents. they don’t think before they get married. you are looking at the situation in the right way.
thank you Inshidduchim
One fact stays THE CHASSIDISHE WORLD DOES NOT HAVE A SHIDDUCH CRISIS
thats because they have no choice in the matter. if the parents say that they are good for each other then its a good shidduch.
You need to calm down a bit. oomis was just stating her experience, not that the gedolim were wrong. Who said that other ways are not the right way. I dated for an extended period of time (6 months) and it worked very well for me. I got to know my spouse even more then if i would have dated for a week and then got engaged. i am happy i did so because there were things that we needed to work out before we got married. the mistake of getting married to a person who you barley know is grave and costly. The gedolim are not wrong but it is geared towards the very yeshivish crowd. I too have seen a few couples that got engaged and married then within the first year they were divorced.
Just a tip, maybe you should show a little respect. you never know who you are talking to in the CR. It sounds like you are a very smart and learned person, its time to act like one and stop bashing everyones opinion. Please be fair and not rude.
could not have said better myself.
To Klerr: you wrote: This post must be removed right now!! please let the moderators make that decision. i am not trying to hurt or offend anyone, just to voice my opinion.
To Klerr: i apologize if i offended you or anyone else. i meant to say for a long time and not for a nice time. i was ch”vs in no way trying to be prust.
BTW i recent quit cigs and went onto cigars. if the bochurim need to smoke something then let it be cigars. first they are a lot more relaxing and enjoyable. second they don’t have the same harsh effects as cigs do. they may cost more but there is pleasure in smoking them. this is still not a solution but its certainly better.
maybe they should raise the tax on the cigs and then ppl wont be able to afford it and give it up. after all the parents of these boys wont be able to shell out that much a month for their addiction. lets face, who is giving these boys money while in yeshiva? lets stop it at the source.
To ssiy: this means that you are unable to walk the streets now? any where you go there is second hand smoke. it is your choice to walk around the others and not inhale the smoke. on a second note, if these bochurim choose to smoke then that is their problem but not for you to deal with. unless your name is on the board of the yeshiva you should let the higher ups deal with this issue. if they choose not to then maybe choose a different bais medrish.