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Joseph: your comaring apples and oranges, and if you even want to compare the 2, theres still no excuse to be chutzpahdik and theres a more mentshlach way to say it
Reb Yid, and why should a child be exempt from Derech Eretz?
Joseph: So if you found out your child decided to tell an adult what to do, you wouldn’t be upset?
The reason I’m kinda sensitive to this issue is because one morning by shachris in a busy shul I see a guy by my table on his phone the whole entire time, P’sukei Dzimrah, Kriah Shema, Shemoineh Esrei, the whole davening, and i’m thinking to myself the nerve this guy has… then he gets up and walks by me and I see him Davening from a siddur app on his phone, did I feel stupid. From then on I try my best to not judge other people no matter how wrong something looks.
DY- where do you get that it’s okay for a child to tell an adult what he’s doing wrong, why is it the child’s business ? I personally leave my phone at home when I daven Minchah and Maariv, I agree that in shul it’s the time to talk to Hashem, but is it my business what the fellow next to me does? It’s none of my business. I go to shul to daven, Shoin! and if a kid can’t do that either he shoudn’t daven in a minyan for Balabatim or/and learn how to be Dan L’kaf Z’chus.
By the way, the yeshiva this kid attends I know for a fact doesn’t encourage this behavior, how do I know? I myself attended the the kids yeshiva from elementary thru Mesivta and I know all the hanhala very well.
And my first post I wrote: I had a family, I left out ‘Simcha’
And I should also add when davening was finished the kid was telling the adult he’s wrong for what he did and the adult said your being chutzpahdik and the kid said your being chutzpahdik to the Rabbanim.
So according to you it’s normal for a random kid to give an adult mussar? What happened to Derech Eretz? All the sudden it’s mutar to be a Mechutzif? How about Derech Eretz Kudma L’Torah? And I just so happen to know this person who took out his phone, and he told me, if the Rav will come over to me and tell me “we have a no cell phone policy, of course I would listen”. So instead of saying this person would not take mussar because of Ga’aveh is completely wrong.
What business does a kid have telling somebody what to do. If that were my kid I’d be very upset with him.
Why does an adult need to take mussar from a kid, who’s even bar mitzvah.
And he’s not speaking truth. He’s speaking 100 percent chutzpah. Why is it a kids business?
I would love to talk to this kids Rebbe.
Hello so I’m a candid photographer.
Isn’t there some Frum organization that helps find the right class?
I started this topic a few months ago and would like to ask again… Does anyone know of a none-mixed photography class in Brooklyn?
Rand0m 3x, Mechi teisa?
*a song by Moshe Goldman called shalom
I did a quick google to Reb Shia Buxbaums yeshiva(by the way don’t think i’m going to use the internet to decide were i’m sending my son i just want a few ideas then call roshei yeshiva) and i saw a video from there melave malka and i liked it a lot. That’s the kind of yeshiva i’m looking for small a nice yeshivishe oilam were the rosh yeshiva is very warm. So any more suggestions, something like Emek Yehoshua?
Any other ones
Let me take “not as serious” back.I mean not as extreme, like my son wouldn’t be able to handle sitting for hours straight and learning for example like brisk, chevron,Reb Tzvi Kaplan and BMG these yeshivas are great yeshivas but not for my son because there big and i want my son to have a kesher with the rosh yeshiva i want a smaller place but with a yeshivishe olam like the yeshivas mentioned above
Let me also add that the place doesn’t have to be serious. I’m looking more for a yeshivishe olam.