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

    in reply to: What are some tips on working on my middos? #1810386
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    try not to react right away to situations. pause and think what is the best and the right way to react and respond to the situation or to what someone had told you.
    also try to figure out why you react or behave in a certain way. get to the source of the negative mida

    in reply to: Games not for Shabbos #1810383
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    Reb Eliezer, sorry, i dont know what JIGSAW means. i am asking about putting together pieces of a puzzle forming a picture.

    in reply to: Imp”eeeeeeeee”achment #1809783
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    how could we get the white house to read this thread?

    in reply to: Purim themes 2020 #1809505
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    confusedmommy
    with efraim and menashe its actualy 13 shvatim. so include your hubby in the shvatim.

    in reply to: I’m engaged! ✨🥂💕 #1809502
    knaidlach
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    hey Badchan, lets hear/read a sample of your badchonos

    in reply to: Inviting divorced women to your Shabbos table? #1809360
    knaidlach
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    Everyone knows their weakness, maybe someone has a problem with having someone of the opposite gender at their table. especially during a meal where people loosen up, more talkative; friendlier, (i hope i was understood correctly).

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1809347
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    I also heard about malachim being created from the words of davening, and the quality of the malach depends on the correctness of the word. but its not a contradiction to what others have mentioned that the tefila is accepted regardless ( not sure about missing a letter in krias shma). i have sources for both, hopefully with time i will post.
    The explanation is, there is a difference if the mistake occurred as a result of negligence; being lazy to put in the effort to learn how to read proper, or the mistake occurred as a result of human error although the proper effort was put in, or someone that had started to learn how to read later in life – by no fault of his own – and is in the process of improving his reading.
    To a child who we wanto encourage to put in the effort necessary to learn how to read properly, we say how each word creates a malach and the type of malach depends on how he pronounces the word. at the same time someone who did put in the proper effort to read and when davening with proper concentration trying to read each word proper, but by mistake pronounces a word incorrectly, his tefila is accepted.
    as i said, hopefully i will post sources for both sides.

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1809340
    knaidlach
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    ChadGadya.
    thanks for the clarification.

    in reply to: I’m engaged! ✨🥂💕 #1809348
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    so if the chasan is reading this, lets wish him Mazal tov too. so Dear Chasan, Mazal tov! binyan adei ad with all good brachos. you got a great Kalla, she is always ‘SHOPPING’ for another mitsva of the ‘613’. and both of you, if you need any advice about preparations to the wedding or about life in general, here in the CR is the place to ask. we are the experts in all matters of Torah and mitsvos, in Nigla, Nistar, Halacha, according to Peshat, Remez, Derush and Sod, and in all matters of life in general.
    Mazal Tov! Mazal Tov!

    in reply to: I’m engaged! ✨🥂💕 #1808959
    knaidlach
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    Mazal Tov!
    Is the Chasan someone from the CR?

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1808947
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    benephraim
    for sure you have to pronounce the K. whats the הוה אמינא not to?
    ‘I ENJOY YOUR פךפול’. so say a קדיש דרבנן.

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1808946
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    nechomah
    yes and no.
    of course tefila is an avoda shebelev etc. but it is expressed in the words חז”ל were mesaken to say. and just thinking about the idea of tefila without saying the words you are not fulfilling the mitzva of tefila. and whatever Chazal tell us to do is RATSON HASHEM, HASHEM wants us to say these words and to say them correctly. at the same time yes you are right if someone is saying the words and trying to connect to Hashem his tefila is still worth much even if some words were not pronounced correctly according to dikduk, because of his good intentions.
    Reb Levi Yitzchak Barditchever was melamed zechus on those who are davening in a way that the noise coming out of their mouths is a noise of mumbling etc. He said that a mother understands what her child wants even when her child is mumbling, so too Hashem understands everyone’s davening. but obviously as i said this is a limud zchus, but one should make an effort to pronounce the words properly.

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1808873
    knaidlach
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    benephraim
    KORIM refers to Moshe Aharon and Shmuel.
    about שלוש עשרה מדות not sure what your question is. רבי ישמעא-ל is saying it and its found in the beginning of תורת כוהנים.

    in reply to: I realized my mistake, did you realize yours? #1808654
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    Reb Eliezer. correction: it should be YI’DEMU -silent. YID’MU means similar.

    Joseph. I hope by saying it correct from now on i will elevate all the past tefilos. similar to Teshuva transforming the Zdonos to zechuyos, for sure here being shgogos.

    in reply to: Games not for Shabbos #1808556
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    Is making a puzzle on shabbos permitted?
    Please give a source with your answer.

    in reply to: Inviting divorced women to your Shabbos table? #1808217
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    rebbedebbie, if you feel uncomfortable that itself is a reason your wife should not invite them.

    devny, thanks for putting on a smile on my face

    in reply to: Does a Divorce indicate a Family lacked Shalom Bayis? #1807285
    knaidlach
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    shopping613.
    to support what you are saying: there is a yiddish expression: א פאטש פארגייט און א ווארט באשטייט, meaning, that a patch will pass but a ‘word’ will remain.

    in reply to: How should one protest against shmoozers during davening? #1806008
    knaidlach
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    if you will tell those who are talking, in shul while they are talking, chances are that they will answer back: mind your own business; who are you to tell me: etc. etc. the best way would be to pick up a phone during the week, when you are relaxed, and the other party is not in middle of talking in shul, and tell them what inpact his talking has on yourself. you came to shul to daven and hear krias hatorah and how its disturbing you etc. dont give them mussar, just focus on yourself. so 1) call during the week. 2) focus on yourself. try it out and let us know how it went. HATZLACHA RABBA.,

    in reply to: FFB – Do We Get Credit? #1804886
    knaidlach
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    you get credit for doing what Hashem wants YOU to do. it is no one’s choice into which family to be born. Hashem put you in the right place/family to be born, and HE gave everyone their individual path in life. so, the question ‘who gets more credit’? makes no sense.

    in reply to: Logical Marriage #1803757
    knaidlach
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    it should mostly be based on logic. but you also need some feelings or at least you see the feelings coming. those that have lots of emotional exciting feelings etc. does not mean at all any better happier marriage. as fast as that excitement came it can also go with one argument. the main connection and bond starts after getting married.
    YOU DON’T MARRY THE ONE YOU LOVE, YOU LOVE THE ONE YOU MARRIED.

    in reply to: Burning quest-achoo!!! #1803566
    knaidlach
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    PGY. Gesuntheit..

    in reply to: Why Is It So Hard? #1803562
    knaidlach
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    yes, it is hard.
    but we were taught to have Bitachon in Hashem that the right one will come in the right time. and in the meanwhile just do what needs to be done. talk to shadchanim; family members; friends, keep on going out, and of cores some Tehilim and Ttsedaka.
    bsuros tovos.

    in reply to: Should a bochur have a beard? #1802663
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    BENIGNUMA. “the bachur should do whatever he wants” ????????? we were taught to do what HASHEM wants not what WE want. even according to the shitos who are matir, its obvious that being machmir to be yotshe the shitos who are machmir is hvodas HASHEM, letting your beard grow is serving HASHEM, doing it for HASHEM, and shaving is for YOURSELF.

    in reply to: Scammer Targeting Frum People at airports #1802305
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    but maybe he really needs money, and he just came up with an idea thinking that this will help him make money, doesn’t he deserve to be given Tsedaka? do you check out every beggar or meshulach asking for money if he really needs it?

    in reply to: Should a bochur have a beard? #1802304
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    i never understood it. there are so many shitos of gedolei yisroel that shaving is an isur min hatora. why wouldnt shomrei tora umitsva behidur keep that? why choose the shitos who are maikel when so many shitos are machmir?

    in reply to: less talk and more do! #1802303
    knaidlach
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    how much will SHADCHONOS GELT be?
    and who gets paid?

    in reply to: Tips for being happy #1801892
    knaidlach
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    write down every single day at least 5 good things in your life. may be simple things as:
    i had a good night sleep;
    i am healthy;
    i have food for today;
    i have family/relatives;
    i have a roof over my head;
    i have clean cloths for today;
    i have some income;
    i have heat;
    my phone is working;
    i have ‘theyeshivaworld’ to go to.
    I am sure you can add many more things.
    do this every single day, and THINK about the good things you are writing down

    in reply to: Does Admor = Rabbi? #1801822
    knaidlach
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    YABIA OMER, why are you asking?
    is it for yourself? you don’t want to become a Rebbe?
    or are you asking for your son?

    in reply to: Does Admor = Rabbi? #1801806
    knaidlach
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    YABIA OMER, why are you asking?
    is for yourself? you don’t want to become a Rebbel?
    or you are asking for your son?

    in reply to: 12 steps #1800059
    knaidlach
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    CTLAWYER, what you are describing seems very unusual at the 12 steps meetings,

    in reply to: Colonoscopy prep #1799924
    knaidlach
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    i had one done a few years ago. i don’t remember the drink being so bad. just make sure to be close to a bathroom.

    in reply to: Is playing a musical instrument a negative??? #1799921
    knaidlach
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    its a very good thing. but like many others things that you have be careful to use it in a proper way LAAVODAS HASHEM.

    in reply to: Do you love all Jews… #1799916
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    anonymouse jew.
    we are talking here about LOVING all jews. you can love all jews and at the same time not agree with them. i do not believe that the Vilner Gaon HATED any jew

    in reply to: 12 steps #1799914
    knaidlach
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    CTLAWYER. the 12 steps are based on basic rules which is according to the torah. the 12 steps are approved by many rabonim and frum therapists.

    in reply to: 12 steps #1799912
    knaidlach
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    The Little I know.
    you have the facts wrong. an alcoholic that is working the program and is doing well may even work in a bar.

    in reply to: Chabad hate on YWN? #1762326
    knaidlach
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    I am so surprised to see ביזוי תלמיד חכם ברבים. I am מוחה ברבים.

    in reply to: Looking for a Beautiful Shavuos davening in Flatbush #1740032
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    wherever you will be try to make add more lebedikeit etc.

    in reply to: Getting haircuts is bad for your health (T) #1738580
    knaidlach
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    what about the bad odor created naturally in your mouth after a night sleep? why get rid of it?
    and what about the sweat the body produces?
    anyway, this discussion is irrelevant, because it says in Shulchan aruch to cut your nails every erev shabbos, and to get a haircut on erev shabbos if your hair are long, and to rinse your mouth every morning, and to wash your body on erev shabbos, and for kovod habrios to wash your body as often as needed.

    in reply to: Q regarding Tefillin #1730932
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    klugeryid.
    ‘Like manna from heaven’.
    good timing! the מן started coming down yesterday ט”ז אייר.

    in reply to: Karpas – is any ha’adoma ok? #1704441
    knaidlach
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    the rebbe writes in his hagada (ואנו נוהגין ליקח בצל (או תפוח אדמה

    in reply to: Stealing the Afikomon #1704436
    knaidlach
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    chabad does not “steal” the afikomon.
    some say that its hinted in maamar razal חוטפין מצה בלילי פסחים בשביל התינוקות שלא יישנו(פסחים דף קט, ע”א) .
    but there is also a maamar razal: בתר גנבא גנוב וטעמא טעים (ברכות דף ה’ ע”ב)

    in reply to: How to become a Gadol (not the bar mitzva kind)? #1698957
    knaidlach
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    a yid should utilize all the kochos that Hashem gave him. Hashem gave each one the exact amount of kochos he needs to fulfill his mission in this world. not more and not less. if one utilizes all his kochos to the fullest, he is a godol. there is no mitsva to become a rosh yeshiva, a rov, a famouse askan etc. but one is required to become what he can become.

    in reply to: How to become a Gadol (not the bar mitzva kind)? #1698954
    knaidlach
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    v’ohavta leraiacha komocha rabi akiva omer zeh klal GADOL batorah. ahavas yisroel makes you a GADOL.

    in reply to: Rabbi Tzion Menachem?! #1683732
    knaidlach
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    OK, I get it, I should not advertise

    in reply to: wearing perfume #1683733
    knaidlach
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    places.
    does that mean that the men also got perfume?

    in reply to: wearing perfume #1683730
    knaidlach
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    does that mean that men also got it?

    in reply to: Used to be funny #1683727
    knaidlach
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    Let’s sing together (only the men of course).
    ayaya yayaya ya ya, yamaya maya yamayaya eiya ma eimaya yei yei. ei ya ma eiya mayama ya yei yamahama aya ya ya ya
    hai yama yama haya ama tama ya hai ma ma ma yatararam.
    yamaha hamaya ma yama tararam

    in reply to: wearing perfume #1683726
    knaidlach
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    I don’t think the husband’s request comes from yiras shamayim. seems to me that he wasn’t comfortable telling her what he really wants.
    so,
    1) they have to improve their relationship that they are both comfortable to share their thoughts and feelings etc.
    2) is the husband attracted to HER? or to external things of her?

    At first, I wasn’t sure if I should write that, because it might cause friction between them. But I see the question was posted 7 1/2 years ago, so i guess this is not nogea lemaase for this couple now.

    in reply to: Rabbi Tzion Menachem?! #1683563
    knaidlach
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    It says תמים תהי’ עם ה’ אלקיך. when someone is ר”ל not well, you give extra צדקה, say extra תהלים, say מי שברך, and try to get the best doctors, and follow doctor’s orders, and have אמונה and ביטחון in ‘ה that He will make the person well.
    I wish your wife a רפואה שלימה וקרובה בתוך שאר חולי ישראל

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