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simche friedman bekarov and new hit lo lefached both amazing. i think hes avraham frieds nephew
speaking of the devil its rebyidd23! lashon harah? whos talking bout who? stop rationalizing and do something productive
a healthy outlet is important but it shouldnt take over your day
kalte litvak doesnt mean upset. it means serious. Rav elchonon hy”d basically never cracked a smile but i feel like he probably enjoyed life more than all of these chasidishe bachurim. r’ elya lopian may have been nispael from the smiles but didnt say everyone should act that way. their mesorah is x and ours may be y.
regarding these bachurim, the rebbeim may have been and likely were dead wrong. but if you want to lead a successful life, you need to trust in daas torah whomever that may be for you. it is not healthy to encourage these boys to disobey their rebbeim’s psak regardless of what they think. And once they did and are disciplined, to force the rebbeim to admit defeat?! if im a rebbi in that yeshiva im out. you cant help a bachur who will only hear what he wants to.
mushchisnow770 u were raised in a crazy home and i dont want to hear your rayos to the rebbe’s livingness. go convince r’ chaim and we’ll talk. This writing letters to the rebbe thing is like cristians keeping touch with yoshka. refua shleima
dunno about voting liberal lehalacha but nebach some people have the state of mind that ben shapiro accurately describes as a mental disease of being liberal. No its not shayich for a healthy person to believe the stuff they say and do. but as i said nebach……………
Baruch Dayan HaEmes. The Rav was niftar todayMarch 27, 2019 2:33 pm at 2:33 pm in reply to: Any kosher ideas for boys and girls to hang out together = solve shiduch crisis? #1703094
To think that HBH will allow klal yisroel to minimize certain tzaros through controversial methods is quite unlikely to me. If you’re doing reasonable hishtadlus (not shmuzing with some random girls) leave the rest up to hashem and stick to kosher methods. I dont know rav breuer but i cant imagine any rav or posek i know of making such a statementSeptember 5, 2018 10:09 pm at 10:09 pm in reply to: Why are Children from divorced homes treated as second class citizens? #1588006
I know of a certain young man from a divorced home. He is not your model student or popular guy. I know for a fact that he has k’sharim with basically all the rebbeim for the last 2 years of elementary school and now mesivta. He is always looked out for by his rebbeim and I know that his peers respect him just as much as any other guy in his Yeshiva. Baruch Hashem he is in a very chashuve yeshiva (that he had no problem getting into) and succeeding quite well. While i’m sure there is pity for him, he never experienced disdain for his unfortanate home. While in discussions l’toeles like sheduchim he might be slighted (do you want your kid marrying a child who’s parents were probably yelling at eachother for a large part of his childhood?) unless there are bad middos involved i dont see when they might be treated as ‘2nd class’