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Just because someone wouldn’t or didn’t take the high road doesn’t mean we shouldn’t.
I do remember your taking “early retirement”, although I don’t remember the cause (I have a vague recollection of your mentioning that your wife only allowed the annual cameo appearance).
Please be דן לכף זכות that he realized his mistake and did תשובה.
Who, jackk, or Rabbi Reisman?
Also, I didn’t realize it was April 1st.
Of course he was. From his hentalach to his feesalach. It’s a b’eirushe sing.
Bump (for nostalgia’ sake)
Not my type?
Its really not a serious question. Without having minimal language, math and science skills, young men and women coming out of yeshivos and BY’s will be functionally illiterate, unable to perform basic functions of paying bills, booking travel arrangements, communicating with medical and service providers, etc. You cannot keep the next generation in a cave forever.
That’s your theory coming from your very closeminded view that education has to take the form you are accustomed to.
But it’s demonstrably untrue, as chassidim who receive a very poor secular education (which I’m not agreeing with, but it’s none of mine or anybody else’s business) make more money than the average, and are able to communicate just fine, even if their grammar isn’t perfect.
Clearly, Dr. Berman’s statement is not merely supporting individuals who are struggling with their yitzrei hora. It is supporting the LGBTQ agenda, just saying they don’t want to be forced to do so.
Can we use non-Jewish public assistance in general.
You made up the issue. It’s not really one.
Even as Lakewood Vaad tries to use Rambam.
Strawman. I didn’t ch”v say we never pasken like the Ramba”m. But, the halacha from the Ramba”m you keep citing in your anti kollel diatribes is one we don’t pasken like. Happens to be that it’s an apparrent stirah in the Ramba”m anyhow.
BTW, Avirah, in NYS they are trying l”a to destroy the yeshivos.
I can’t figure out why AAQ keeps pretending that we pasken like that Rambam.
Plain and simple, we don’t. See all meforshim, and I’ll just repeat one more time that R’ Moshe writes that one who can learn but doesn’t because he wants to be “machmir” like the Rambam is following the advice of the yetzer hora.
Bravo, Syag, for your valiant attempts to get AAQ to see his hypocrisy and blatant bias, but I’m afraid (just as this post) that it won’t make a dent.
MY point is that unless able to earn a living a couple has no business getting married.
תורה מה תהא עליה
There you go again, taking the Rambam out of context, and even more so out of historical and halachic context.
AAQ, it’s not Syag who lost the respect of other posters, it’s ujm.
RK: Doesn’t follow.
The opposite – since we can’t know HKB”H’ specific ratzon, the “discoverable principles” may not be what we think they are.
The biggest scientest cannot predict the course of events in human history, on a micro or macro level.
AAQ, are you drunk again (still?)?
R’ Moshe was very much in favor of taking money for learning or teaching.
Why the assumption that it’s a general parenting style rather than one specific case?
Ubiquitin, thank you, but I don’t think I deserve any “credit” for the level of entertainment (or lack thereof) in the cr.
Please respond to the rest of my comment
That’s the part which is interesting.
Ideally, abortion should be legal when halachically appropriate, but not when assur.
We are unlikely to have the law written that way, so what the appropriate position for a Torah Yid to take (and the public position of our institutions) is something for our gedolim to decide.
Didn’t see Bored_teen disputing any points
@yserbius, we are still waiting for a specific source.
I noticed that when challenged, you changed from “Rav Moshe ZT”L said in his teshuvos that we should not fight RvW” to “I believe he also did not like the so called “Pro Life” movement”
I don’t know if he did or didn’t, but that’s the kind of statement you need to back up.
It passed the Senate but is still unlikely to become law.
Everyone is a big tzadik relative to someone under
Except for the last one.
His heter was robust, but it was not on his list of shitos that made him not hold of a person who argues (the eruv and worms in the fish are on that list)
Not robust at all. (They are visible without a black background).
Famously, when asked about the water, he responded that he held it was muttar, but others (referring to R’ Dovid Feinstein zt”l) asserted. Interesting that you say that the fish issue was a passeling issue since R’ Dovid was machmir… The eruv issue is based on a machlokes acharonim, so on the actual shaila you can’t passel someone for being meikil, but perhaps since in NYC R’ Moshe’s psak was accepted, he felt it’s מקום שנהגו בו איסור.
If everything you wrote was repeated in this thread, why are you all bent out of shape that they deleted it once?
I think you’re running wild with the conspiracy theories if you think the moderators on Yeshiva World sell NYC tap water.
I’m curious to know what you wrote, but if it was inappropriate, the fact that’s it was “btw” doesn’t kasher it.
Who says there’s a difference between the bugs in NYC water and broccoli? They’re both assur.
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kohen? Meno. levi?
I didn’t know Meno was its own category
in the olden times הגולל נוטל שכר כולן, Megilla 32, gelilah was greater than everything.
That’s because the person who did Hagbah rolled the Torah.
I am more concerned with my own, and our collective community, human/Jewish obligations and what should we do.
So forget mandates. From a human/Jewish obligation standpoint we should not travel in cars or planes.
0.79 fatalities for driving per 100 million traveled miles on urban roads
< 0.5 for flying commercial
but higher for using general aviation – 10
You’re making a huge mistake, because if we banned driving, people would travel less and be safer.
Charlie Hall how does you showing the NYPD officer your receipt stop the fare evaders?
Do you think they have roach hakodesh to know who the fare evaders are?
That’s how lost chasidim hold
What do chasidim who have found themselves hold?
Wow, a cameo appearance by hello99! So nice to see you!
If the therapist cannot control themselves when the patient is vulnerable, then he is not a good therapist.
Having a yetzer hora doesn’t mean one isn’t a good therapist.
Why would a religous person become a licensed, certified mental health professional? The potential for יחוד and inappropriate relationships should suggest that it isnt a “frum” profession.
Male therapist should only see male patients, and female patients should only have female therapists. Problem solved.
The reason this isn’t a simple “supply and demand” issue is because a good Jewish education is not a luxury item.
In many countries, items such as basic food, housing, and medical care are subsidized and don’t completely fit in to the supply and demand model.
Without more “government subsidies” (philanthropy), the schools cannot provide the superior product which we do not consider a luxury, so following the regular rules of supply and demand, which leaves the schools staffed by inexperienced and underskilled teachers.
I can’t tell if you are anti frum or just a bigot.
I’ll be dan l’kaf z’chus that he’s just drunk.
(while the husbands learn in kollel)
We all know how much you hate Kollel, but what does it have to do with this discussion?
The reason Fauci wants us to wear masks so is we can’t speak up in protest of the vaccine, in which there are tracking devices which make sure we don’t travel to Roswell.
HaLeiVi, the fact that someone is willing to sacrifice his comfort and do a mitzvah even when it seems bizarre and embarrassing, is a form of mesiras nefrsh and therefore a kiddush Hashem.
Syag, everyone has Covid. No other illnesses exist anymore. Don’t you keep up with the news?
The kikayon wasn’t made by reshaim with the intent to destroy Yiddishkeit.
Heresy? It’s Zionism which is heresy.
Have you read בעיות הזמן? Perhaps you think you are iyf stature to argue with R’ Reuven Grozovsky?
Obviously there are those who disagree who have the stature to do so. But I suspect that none of them comment in the YWN comment fields.
Perhaps not, but we heard it from people who most definitely did have the stature to not only disagree, but declare, as Avira said, that he wasn’t merely wrong; his opinion was based on foreign influence.
And you don’t have the stature to disagree with them either…
AAQ, please, I beg of you, stop making your twisted halachic proclamations.
They are painful to read.