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  • in reply to: Help! Husband OTD #1848127
    knaidlach
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    joeljacob
    every case is different and every ones personality is different. what works for one does not necessarily work for someone else.
    plus, you said it works for you, but thats only a bedieved, you also agree had you been OTD before marriage you would not look for a frum girl to marry, and your wife would not of looked for an OTD boy to marry, because its not ideal and there are issues and problems.
    she has to talk to a rav or a frum therapist that had succeeded in this field.

    in reply to: Help! Husband OTD #1848112
    knaidlach
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    I suggest you speak to someone who deals with these type of issues.
    i would suggest:
    Rabbi Shais Toub.
    Rabbi Manis Friedman.
    Rabbi YY Jacobson.
    There are many more. unfortunately not all Rabbis know how to deal with this.

    in reply to: Garlic for Coronavirus #1843791
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    just read an interview with Dr. Anna Novikova. seems in is high 60’s or older.
    Quote:
    In the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, can you advice our readers as a doctor?
    YES, OF COURSE: DRINK MORE HOT TEA AND WATER. AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE 40 DEGREES, VIRUS CELLS DIE. YOU ALSO NEED TO EAT CHOPPED GARLIC IN THE MORNING ON AN EMPTY STOMACH, WASHED DOWN WITH WATER.

    in reply to: A rebbe iz Atzmus uMahus vos hot zich areingeshtelt in a guf #1823328
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    Mitwesterner. if you wanto understand a statement that someone made, wouldn’t it be best to ask the one who said it to explain himself etc.? obviously yes, so thats why i said that in order to understand this statement you must learn chasidus chabad to understand what a chebad rebbe meant when saying ATSMUS UMEHUS and what he meant by saying a GUF of a REBBE and what he meant with this statement etc.
    this statement belongs to חלק הנסתר דתורה so in order to understand this statement you should delve in to חלק הנסתר דתורה. like any other question you have about any subject, you would ask the one that knows that subject well. and in order to understand nister detorah you should learn it with someone who already learned it because its very easy to takes things the wrong way.
    BTW you ignored the 2 sources i brought the ZOIHAR and the YERUSHALMI

    in reply to: A rebbe iz Atzmus uMahus vos hot zich areingeshtelt in a guf #1823163
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    Similarly, in משפטים and כי תשא there is a pasuk: שלש פעמים בשנה יראה כל זכורך אל\את פני האדון ה’ וגו’. it says in
    זוהר חלק ב’ דף ל”ח עמוד א’: מאן פני האדון דא רשב”י.
    and it says in ירושלמי בכורים פ”ג ה”ג: והוי’ בהיכל קדשו דא ר’ יצחק בר’ לעזר בכנישתא מדרשא דקיסרין.
    to understand all this you must have a good understanding in אחדות ה’. a good understanding in what a נשמה of a Yid is. a good understanding in what a רבי is. you would need to learn a lot of חסידות חב”ד that discusses these ענינים with someone who is well versed in these ענינים.

    in reply to: How to clean my garage #1821529
    knaidlach
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    Cleanmyhouse.
    When you are done, you are welcome to do the same to my garage. closer to Pesach would be the best time.

    in reply to: Guns in Shul #1821530
    knaidlach
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    Might be dangerous in case someone gets שביעי when expecting ששי.

    in reply to: Candle wax #1821477
    knaidlach
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    Ctrl Alt Del. How did cleaning the menorah go?

    in reply to: How Do You Waste Time? #1821476
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    OIY GEVALD! I am wasting sooo much time on the computer. i could of easily learned the Daf with Rashi AND TOSFOS. i feel i am addicted to the computer.

    in reply to: How to clean my garage #1821474
    knaidlach
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    First, take EVERYTHING out of the garage.
    Then sweep and wash with a hose the entire garage.
    Then -after its dry- put things back in an orderly fashion. probably, many things belong in the garbage.
    Start in the morning, so you could do all this in one day and be finished before sun set.
    Good luck.

    in reply to: How Do You Waste Time? #1820317
    knaidlach
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    I dont need anyone’s help to waste time. my computer is enough.

    in reply to: Start of Shas #1818957
    knaidlach
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    if i remember correctly (girsa deyankusa) that there is an opinion that Emuna is not a mitzvah, its a yesod prior to mitzvohs. once you have emunah you can/will do mitsvos.

    in reply to: שהכל נהי-ה בדברו #1818952
    knaidlach
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    Reb Eliezer you brought the Magen Avraham 204 s”k 14 that brings from Ch”m to say with a segol. but you omitted the M”A’s last words there: עמ”ש סימן קס”ז ס”ב. there the M”A says his own opinion to say with a קמץ.

    in reply to: Start of Shas #1818953
    knaidlach
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    when becoming bar mitzcah the first mitzvah min hatorah you become mechuyev is krias shma.

    in reply to: {Opened} I create threads #1818019
    knaidlach
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    thanks RandOm3x

    in reply to: Why can’t we log in on a CR any more? #1816895
    knaidlach
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    why cant i post new topics??? i see so many new threads starting

    in reply to: Why can’t we log in on a CR any more? #1815819
    knaidlach
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    now i cant start a new topic. why?

    in reply to: Yeridas Hadoros, prime ex: Kibbud Av v’Em #1815705
    knaidlach
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    maybe because today’s parents also changed from what our parents were. so no wonder that our children act towards us different as well.

    in reply to: 20 Kislev in Chabad #1813420
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    syag
    the AR did not talk about the misnaged, he spoke about himself how he felt those few hours.
    It seems to me you are more comfortable with your opinion describing something negative about a giant of a man, a godol and manhig beyisroel. so you change a bit the story to fit your claim instead of looking at the story the way it is and seeing the positive messages mentioned above.

    in reply to: 20 Kislev in Chabad #1813320
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    sayg
    suffering in the misnaged’s house does not mean hating him chas veshalom. but it was a very bad few hours in his house. lets say a small child hurts you, would you hate him? of course not, but you are still hurt and in pain.

    in reply to: 20 Kislev in Chabad #1813264
    knaidlach
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    The celebration is for the geula of chesidus. as its known that the imprisonment came about as a result of a kitrug lemaala for spreading Penimius Hatora into the open. and the Geula meant that a OK was given for chesidus to be taught to everyone. While in the misnaged’s house he was yelling on the Alter Rebbe for his derech etc. so the complete Geula from any hisnagdus to Chesidus was after leaving the misnaged’s house. BTW the Alter Rebbe did not leave the misnaged’s house before drinking the cup of tea he was served saying its Kovod Achsania.

    in reply to: Clean out your mouth on Chanukah #1813248
    knaidlach
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    Reb Eliezer, gut gezogt.
    Plus, your Vort explains why on chanuka we play Dreidel, holding it on the top, on purim we make noise with a Grager holding it on the bottom, גוף ונשמה.

    in reply to: Are we a “DIRTY” nation #1813249
    knaidlach
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    Syag, good question, and maybe you are right, i was just searching for interesting topics i can comment.
    BTW what does your bungalow look like?

    in reply to: Clean out your mouth on Chanukah #1813246
    knaidlach
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    Klugeryid. Thanks so much for pointing this out. never realized that.

    in reply to: Candle wax #1813238
    knaidlach
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    I let hot water running on the wax. i do it in the sink in the bathroom because i dont know the kashrus of the wax.

    in reply to: Are we a “DIRTY” nation #1813232
    knaidlach
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    I dont think yidden are hated because of the uncleanliness you have seen. plus, not all bungalows look the way you had described it.
    yes in the summer in the bungalow colonies people tend to be more easy and loose in many areas.
    and yes, i agree 100% that parents must be a living example of all those things they wanto teach their children.

    in reply to: Tips for being happy #1813228
    knaidlach
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    Joeshmo, if you are getting married in order to be happy, that means that you wanto be a ‘Taker’, taking from your spouse whatever you can to make you happy. this approach is not a healthy one for a happy marriage. To be a ‘Giver’, to give to your spouse constantly is the health approach for a happy marriage.

    in reply to: After the NJ shooting, what’s now? #1813226
    knaidlach
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    רבותי! this thread was started with the intention to encourage yidden to improve in Torah and Mitzvos. and nice ideas were brought up above. this thread was not meant to discuss ideas of how and where we can live a safer life, although its a very important topic. some may argue that living in Erets Yisroel today is a Mitsva too. but realistically, no one will move to EY as i result of reading a post here. so lets focus on practical things that a reader might take upon themselves to improve in Torah and Mitzvos.

    in reply to: parents and cell phones #1812497
    knaidlach
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    i’m surprised to see that no one commented on the above.
    i totally agree with people being on the phone on the expense of being present for their family members or friends

    in reply to: Non-Jewish books #1812444
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    Yserbius123
    some of the things you talk about i dont even know what they are. do you really need to know those things? i dont. and i got married, i have children, grand children, lots of nachas, a house, a car, a computer, cell phone.

    in reply to: After the NJ shooting, what’s now? #1812135
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    Trachtgeet
    great suggestions.

    in reply to: Non-Jewish books #1812137
    knaidlach
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    There are Baruch Hashem today soooo many Jewish books on all topics etc. why turn to not Jewish ones?
    plus, there must appear here and there some things which do not suite for us.
    plus, if you like one not Jewish book you will wanto go to the library or store to get another not Jewish book, and you might end up getting one day some book that is really not appropriate at all

    in reply to: After the NJ shooting, what’s now? #1811999
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    Sam Klein
    lets try to come up with something specific. not just in a general way. when pointing out a specific thing there is more of a chance for someone doing something good.

    in reply to: After the NJ shooting, what’s now? #1811997
    knaidlach
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    Avi K
    your suggestion might start a discussion on this topic, but lets be realistic, its is not going to encourage anyone to actually move to Erets Yisroel. lets focus on what anyone reading this might do something good today.

    in reply to: Should I always miss her/him #1811814
    knaidlach
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    Reb Eliezer
    great minds think alike
    ברוך שכיוונתי לדעת הגדולים

    in reply to: Important shidduch questions during hannukah! #1811817
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    Reb Eliezer
    intersting. the maalla of using used one is that the fire catches on faster on used wicks.

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1811536
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    Little frogging,
    the last day you posted on this thread you have woken up in a good mood. in what mood did you wake up today? (just asking)

    in reply to: Important shidduch questions during hannukah! #1811534
    knaidlach
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    does your family prepare new wicks every night? or use the old ones?
    i personally use the same again and again.

    in reply to: Chasidim button their coats like …. #1811535
    knaidlach
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    Reb Eliezer 🙂

    in reply to: Birthday Brachos #1811533
    knaidlach
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    Never too late for brochos.
    i give everyone here all brochos that start with each letter of the א-ב. mainly you should be healthy and wealthy nachas of your children, those who dont have children should be blessed with healthy children, those that need a shiduch should find soon a good suitable shiduch, you should have lots of parnasa, sholom bais, and happiness.
    now i wanto get a bracha from you, yes you.

    in reply to: Applesauce on latkes is better than sour cream: Prove me wrong. #1811532
    knaidlach
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    על טעם וריח
    אין להתווכח.
    ואיבעית אימא let me first taste both and only after eating about 5 of each i can tell you. (yes you guessed right, i love latkes).

    in reply to: Applesauce on latkes is better than sour cream: Prove me wrong. #1811529
    knaidlach
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    על טעם וריח אין להתווכח!

    in reply to: How many years did Chava live? #1811523
    knaidlach
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    I’m not sure if it says anywhere how long chava lived. but if it doesn’t, that means that its not important to know. the Torah is not a story book Chas Veshalom. the Torah – meaning every detail that is in the torah – is to teach us something. What is not important for us to know does not appear in the Torah.

    in reply to: What is so special about singing? #1811515
    knaidlach
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    singing is called קולמוס הנפש the pen of the soul. singing touches the soul. in an expression of the soul. it can bring you to the desired mood/feelings. the singing during the tefilos of rosh hashana and yom kipur bring to the spirit of those days, and the singing on simchas torah and at weddings bring to joy.
    that’s why a man should not listen to a women singing.
    thats why many are carfull to what songs they sing and listen to.

    in reply to: Should I always miss her/him #1811501
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    when you are dating your main focus should be to see if you share the same values and if you think you would like to spend the rest of your life with her/him. yes there should be also some feelings, but the real feelings comes AFTER deciding on the shiduch and even more after being married.
    you don’t marry the one you love, you love the one you married.

    in reply to: White House Chanukah Party #1811442
    knaidlach
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    Yehudayona. of course a goy does not have to keep chanuka and pesach or any other mitsva besides the sheva mitsvos benei noach. but its very good when the president acknowledges and supports yiddishe traditions and in a public way. it sends a message to all Americans and to the whole world.
    AND it makes those yidden that do not yet observe chanuka or other mitsvos to be proud of our religion and it encourages to get closer to yiddishkeit. for many yidden this might be a way to encourage them to keep more of yiddishkeit.

    in reply to: Portable Mivkeh #1811440
    knaidlach
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    almost sure that a mikva must be in the ground, not in a כלי.

    in reply to: No more excuses #1811438
    knaidlach
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    Gadolhador, i enjoy your humor, but not on the cheshbon of galus. we say THREE TIMES EVERY SINGLE DAY לישועתך קוינו כל היום. we dont wanto wait another day.

    in reply to: White House Chanukah Party #1810770
    knaidlach
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    SK.of course you are right, but its not a contradiction to asking if something is good or bad. if someone is sick is it good or bad? of course Hashem made him sick and everything Hashem does is good, but at the same time one does whatever he can to become well. WE try hard for things to work out in a way that WE THINK is good. and after things happen we should examine it and decide if it was or good or not and if things have to be changed for the better. its not a contradiction.

    in reply to: White House Chanukah Party #1810771
    knaidlach
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    i think that its a very good thing.

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