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I am impressed with your good will, the fact that you want to forgive someone who caused you so much pain, is remarkable. You are obviously a special person. You can keep wanting to forgive and daven that Hashem help you come to the place where you can seperate the person from the action and forgive them for causing you pain.
Hatzlacha to you!
the way to get rid of an ayin hara is to have an ayin tova!
If some one is always happy with what others have, even when he is left out this is what wards away the ‘evil eye’
This is where the custom to wrap a red string around KEVER RACHEL to ward off the ayin hara comes from, Rachel was happy for her sister Leah, even when she was left out.
Hashem is our shadow, if we look favorably upon other He will look upon us the same way.
Soup. soup and soup.
I know how you feel, I’ve been on very tight budget most of my married life, after coming from a very rich family and it was hard to get used to.
green pea soup, lentil soup, vegtable soup with beans with whole wheat rolls are very filling.
I give my kids soup almost every day and it’s healthy full of vitamins! For the picky ones, add kneidlach or lokshon or a little sugar, soup nuts etc. . . .
my mother dilutes the chulent until it’s soup and adds mushrooms- and poof a mushroom barely soup! As kids it took us a long time to realize . . . .
it was nice to see the halakhic give and take here!
some very valid points were made on both sides of the aisle.
may all of our discussions continue to be lhagdil Torah u’lhaadira.
sof dovor – bittul of only derabonon? is not birchas hamozon d’Oraisa? Or do you mean that since one can be yotzei d’O with ‘brich rochmono marei’ etc. But is hai pita mentioned in al hamichya? Also, I think the 3 brochos are d’O. (tov u’maitiv is d’R). and as such making only one brocho albeit meyeyn 3 would lichoira not be fulfilling the COMPLETE d’O.
looking forward to hear your reply.