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I know a lot of Lubavitchers and they only eat Cholov Yisroel.
Little Froggie – Thanks for pointing that out. I didn’t see that. I like my new subtitle! Thanks moderator! 🙂
Also – moderator – I like Little Princess but what’s with the 3 – cuz it’s 3rd generation on the CR?
Well anyway, I guess we’ll have to wait until Little Princess can at least voice her opinion in writing. 😉
Syag – We should never “look down our noses” at anyone. Who are we to judge? Hashem is the only Judge.
We need more Ahavas Yisroel. Period!
Little Froggie +100000000
Thank you The Queen.
Little Froggie – liking your idea. What should her screen name be? 🙂
Little Princess <3?
And the reason we have so many enemies from the outside is because we have so many “enemies” from within. It’s horrible that we don’t truly have Ahavas Yisroel. Yes – it’s preached all the time. But do we really practice it? Really? With all our hearts? I think we know the answer.
Mazal Tov to Yummy Cupcake on the birth of a beautiful baby girl!!! And that makes me a bubby!!! Yay! Love you Yummy and Baby Princess!!! <3
Thanks everyone for your answers. I’m still a bit confused though as to what it means to “leave” Hashem and yet still hold the Torah. I get that holding the Torah would bring one back to Hashem, but if they left Him, why would they still hold the Torah?December 14, 2015 10:11 pm at 10:11 pm in reply to: Parents visiting married children uninvited at night??? #1117050
Don’t visit during the day either without calling. At least not in the first year.
Daas Yochid; +1000000000000 Totally Maskim
Skripka; yeah, I’m thinking the same thing. Sounds like he’s trolling.
Thank you Mammele and Little Froggie. I really appreciate your posts.
Zev7- How can we love them? Their goal is to kill us all. And they claim this goal in the name of religion.
ca: Ur right. It’s not new at all. But I feel it’s worth posting. It’s a very important message. Don’t you think?
Not sure. What do you think? What does anyone else on the cr think? I’d be interested to hear what others have to say.
Yes Daas Yochid. It does say that in my post. However the first time I checked Arutz Sheva web site, I didn’t see it. Then I checked again a few hours later and saw something about it. So….it’s a done deal, Kever Rochel and Maaras Hamachpela belong to the Arabs? Or am I missing something?
Mashiach Agent – I hope I can try. Sometimes it’s just an empty feeling but I will IY”H try to start off with Hisbodedus and just speak my heart to Hashem.
Happy go lucky – I was wondering the same thing about the title.
Hatzlacha to anyone who’s having trouble with this.
I’m so glad I decided to check out this topic. I can so relate. It’s very hard to have kavanah when ur really feeling down. I like the answers everyone gave. I know I must try harder.
Hey chaplaintzvi – great to see you here! How have you been? 😉
Midwesterner – Mrs. Chevyonasled loves working with your daughter! She’s also working with a sister of a boy who recently married into our “sunshine” family.
apushatayid – I like your comment “when did artscroll become a nusach? :)”
Ariel – Thanks. I’ll check it out
So I guess nobody out there knows where I could get one?
Mazal Tov Syag! So excited for you!
Syag’s son is engaged!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
He was in my son’s class. That class is moving quickly. This is the 4th one , I think. And they are pretty young. Baruch Hashem, may they continue.
I heard that it came to be that way because so many people thought that’s what it was. Have you googled it? I will try later. I must get ready for work now. But I’m curious to see what the original version REALLY was.
oomis and RebYidd23- It’s mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy.
I learnt how to spell learned when I was a kid.
Little Froggie – first of all, I’m sure you have great midos and are a wonderful person. But if you still want to improve urself (as we all should), you can find that special “button”. Just look within urself. And daven to Hashem.
Funny. It wouldn’t let me changed to the email address I wanted to but it let me change it to my work email. I guess maybe I once did use the other one, I don’t know. Oh well. Thanks everyone.
I have the right password. Maybe I will try to change the email address again and see what happens.
Daas Yochid – If I can’t do it, I may need ur help.
Francorachel3- I looked them up last night but I don’t see a website where you can order from.
LOL. I only saw that he and another boy were having a deep discussion about sports with Rabbi F. (you know who that is, right?)
Besides – who uses silverware at gr8 chic? mostly finger food, no? 😉
Just saw one of ur sons (don’t ask me which one – no idea) at great chicago. Speaking of this thread going way off track 😉
Syag – Obviously I don’t know the story here but is it possible that when she delivered that threatening message to you from the other person, she thought she was giving you a head’s up and protecting you?
From your posts, it sounds like she has no clue that she hurt you. You asked her why she would would tell you such a thing but maybe it didn’t register to her that you are actually upset. Did you say outright that you are upset? Some people need it to be spelled out for them (slow learners).
I also don’t get the connection between the book (and its messages) to your story. It doesn’t sound like she had that in mind when she gave you the message. Maybe I’m just totally missing something.
Anyway, lots of times people hurt you and don’t even realize it. Maybe she just realizes from your comments that she made a poor choice in repeating the convo to you. I don’t know. Just guessing here. Some ppl are clueless and others don’t know how to apologize.
I had situation a few years ago where someone got SO ANGRY with me and I honestly did nothing to hurt her. She misunderstood the whole thing. She called me up screaming at me at the top of her lungs. Never had anyone done that to me! She later told me she knew she was wrong and should apologize to me but wasn’t ready yet. She was never ready. She is now no longer among the living. At least it turned out that we were on speaking terms (we were in a store together and just started talking then she invited me to her simchas again) before she passed a away (btw- she wasn’t sick- it was sudden) but she never apologized. I did find it in my heart to forgive her after she passed away. Did it for myself and for her neshama.
Maybe spell it out for this person – give her one more chance to apologize. It’s scary to think it could be too late one day. Anyway, I don’t know how much this person means to you so it’s your call if you want to write her off or try to be friends again (it also depends how close you were with her).
In any case – hatzlacha rabba – and may you only be surrounded with true friends and family who only have your best interest at heart. <3
Little Froggie – awww – thanks for missing me. 🙂
syag – just thought of something. If your son had to get to school in 3 minutes, why were you checking ywn in the first place? 😉 – got ya there! huh? 😉
Joseph – LOL! Well since chaplaintzvi and I see each other quite often, it’s hard for him to ignore me. I wouldn’t let him. 😉
Goq – thanks for your understanding. Sorry you’ve gone through it too.
flatbusher – yes, some of us are very sensitive to these things- to our own feelings as well as others. I don’t know if you are male or female, but maybe we can start our own chat. 😉
be joyful – no I’m not the type to have long chats or texts, so that’s not it in this case. But I guess for some, it might be.
syag – hmmm – interesting “scenario”
Lovelyme- Mazal Tov!
Do you want to build a snowman?
kasher – ur also from here? hmmm…wonder if I know you. Do you know who I am or my husband?
midwesterner – I hear you. Well, I wish them much hatzlacha in Baltimore. I’m sure you will visit them and they will also come home for Yomim Tovim. I know it’s not the same but we take what we can get, I guess. Most important is that everyone remain healthy and safe and have a good life.
All the best!
midwesterner – yes I know where ur going with this;) We’ve been making those jokes too.
I know you can’t say it here, but I wonder who ur nephew is.
Where are your daughter and son in law moving? I know – hide the kids in your house somewhere – they wouldn’t leave without the kids. Then you get to keep them all here. Oh! It doesn’t work that way, does it? Anyway I don’t know how long the chevy on sleds will be living in chicago either.
I’m hoping he will end up loving it here and not want to go anywhere else. I can dream, can’t I?
kj chusid – umein
Letakein girl – yes Yummy got married B”H last week. 🙂 And as my husband said, it was B”H an awesome wedding.
SiDi – That’s why my subtitle says “comes here for family time” Actually my other kids also have names on the CR but they haven’t used them in a while.
Thanks everyone for all the good wishes! May we all share in simchas!
DY – Amen! We wish all of klal yisroel lots of simchas.
SiDi – Thanks so much for posting it here! Simchas by everyone!!!
Can someone tell Syag she’s being paged here? Where is she?
SiDi- Thank you so much! Yummy thanks you too. Now we need a name for Mr. Yummy on the CR.
Little Froggie- amein. We should always share in simchos.
thanks for the yiddish lessons.
hey! let’s turn this into a yiddish speaking thread – thanks to popa!
oomis – thanks. amein.
Popa: ich vais nisht. vu bist du- uder vee bist dee? (chassidsh, litvish)
anyvay – ich hob gezukt tzu syag az mir hubben zee “gemissed” (don’t know how to say missed in yiddish) veil ze hut nisht geven by mine tuchter’s chassunah.
Small world. Yes, he’s a very nice guy.
I will check out the newspaper for ur email.
DY – thank you!
pic- no, you are not violating any privacy. I wouldn’t have put it on a public forum if I didn’t want anyone to see or comment. and in case ur wondering what we’re talking about, we are talking about my daughter’s wedding this past monday night.
midwesterner- we will send pics soon. i will have to get ur email tho. will text ur wife for it.