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My Rosh Yeshiva would say that the kedusha of shabbos keeps rising until it’s over, and the zemer of Yedid Nefesh is only able to be sung during seudas shelishis because we can only attain such a high level at that time.
B’kitzor this is one of the holiest times of shabbos and we should show it the utmost respect with our clothes.
While it’s true that we don’t give shalom and we say tzidkoscha, but it doesn’t say anything about removing begodim. Adarabah I would say the we don’t give shalom and we say tzidkoscha is because we want to show some form of aveilus without taking away from shabbos.
I don’t see how anyone can feel bad for him, he’s loud, arrogant and has an ego larger than the jets’ losing streak.
Can someone named Shlomo name his son Zalman?
Really? I’ve never heard that before, but even so it seems that rov haolam doesn’t hold that way.
Q: What is it called when you get the flu twice?
A: deja flu
Great kasha, one answer I heard was that when Moshe wrote the sifrei torah at the end of devorim he was able to write it completely on our terms, whereas when we had to write it by the septuagint it on their terms and caused us to have to censor parts of the torah.December 20, 2012 1:28 am at 1:28 am in reply to: Rabbi Brevda Shlita needs our tefillos TODAY ESPECIALLY! #918123
Rav Brevda is an amazing man, I don’t know anyone else who can speak divrei mussar for 2 and a half hours on a topic and keep his audience interested. It goes without saying that his seforim on the perush hagrah especially the one on purim are “must learn” seforim.
May he have a refua sh’leima
Mezonos rolls are made with fruit juice and are p’as habah b’kisnin much like pizza dough is. The p’sak I’ve heard from multiple poskim is that if you eat it as a snack you can say mezonos, but if you’re eating it as a meal you need to wash for it.
Shmendrik instead of looking for new chumros to take on each week, may I suggest instead to learn sefer Cheshbon Hanefesh and work on a new middah every week? I think too many people get caught up in doing chumros that they forget about middos. After all middos are the way we act and how we think and feel.
These stories are popular because A) things like divorce, mental disorders actually happen and most mainstream frum media never make any mention of it. This makes it “new and exciting” to readers. B) Stories that are realistic strike a chord in the reader that allows them to connect to the story and the characters. Can you really get into a nuclear physicist turned Ba’al teshuva who is the only one around who is able to stop a large scale terrorist attack on the population all while battling shidduch issues.
As for should it be counted as frum reading material I don’t believe it’s healthy to read so many stories with a “happily ever after” ending. Throughout our history we have always faced tzaros and often didn’t have perfect ending, but what’s always kept us strong was that we believed in H”BH and made do as best as possible. If a story can impart that on a reader I can’t see why it wouldn’t be good reading material.
I find it interesting that throughout the discussion everyone has criticized his antics, yet no one has mentioned any problems with the song itself except for the Ferrari issue.
I find this interesting because music has a much greater effect on a person than anything else and after listening to the song I couldn’t make heads or tales as to the purpose of the song and was forced to google the lyrics.