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February 5, 2019 9:02 am at 9:02 am in reply to: Upon discovering that your shul uses Carlebach niggunim #1674264
a ניגון is called קולמוס הנפש, the pen of the soul. when composing a song the composer expresses his soul into the song. when singing a song you connect to the composer in a deep way. so its very כדאי to be careful who’s songs you are singing
Daasyochid. if i am going to post that its after rosh chodesh, there is no need for you to post the same thing
RebYidd23. for sure. but i what meant was, not to use marriage as a tool to solve problems.
sounds strange to me to let a boy or girl get married when they have issues, hoping it will clear up after marriage. issues should be dealt with before marriage and in a professional way. better chance for a good and lasting marriage.
CA gut choidesh
avram in MD. lol
(just saw your post of nov.18 2018)
tzadik? we are talking of teshuvah במקום שבעלי תשובה עומדים אין צדיקים גמורים יכולים לעמוד שם
i think that if you are a canadian citizen you can stay in the US up tp 6 months. no need for visa.February 2, 2019 10:32 pm at 10:32 pm in reply to: What foods should people eat when they have a cold? #1672629
i agree with mammele about Maror.
garlick should also be good.
and of corse drinking lots of hot tea etc.February 2, 2019 10:32 pm at 10:32 pm in reply to: What foods should people eat when they have a cold? #1672630
Mammele, are you my mother?February 2, 2019 10:32 pm at 10:32 pm in reply to: What foods should people eat when they have a cold? #1672631
when someone has a cold etc. besides all meds and remedies, its important to strengthen the body by just having enough sleep, food and rest.
a refuah shlaima
anonymous ‘THE CHESSED PERFORMED BY BAAL HABATIM…..’
i think its בעלי בתים not בעל הבתים .
since you are ANONYMOUS, no one knows who you are, so i guess you are not offended by my comment. but in case you are, are you mochel me? im sure you are, you sound like a nice guy, you see the good in people, places etc.
because they are not sure how to use the mask in case of……chas veshalom.
BTW did anyone here ever sit at the exit row?
you should discuss this with a rav or a rebetsin.
im sure the first question they will ask is WHY?
Many doctors are against vitamins or anything else other then medicine. we know that
yankel suggested to berel for keeping mice away, to put a piece of afikoman at the hole where they are coming from, once they eat from the afikoman they are not allowed to eat anymore, so they wont come back.
berel asked, how do the mice know this halacha?
yankel answered, the mice ate up in my house a whole SHULCHAN ARUCH
have a talk with his rebbi. dorm counselor.
if you are going to places on a regular basis, you will make new friends. just be yourself. others will approach you, and take advantage of it. with time you will also feel more comfortable to approach others.
donald trump? very possible. im sure he was bored during shutdown
who doesn’t know me??? everyone knows and likes knaidlach
1) try to get him to see a frum therapist that specializes working with teens and with this particular issue.
2) shower him with love. make him feel very comfortable to talk and discuss things with you.
unfortunately SUNDAY had become a day different then other week days. this is not coming from torah, yiddishkeit.
avocado. can i give you some names?
ITS REALLY ONLY A HELP IF DONE WILLINGLY
PAYING FOR A CLEANER TO DO IT IS ALSO AN OPTION
unfortunately we cant afford it now.
some wives ask their husbands to help them by asking them to leave the house for a while :). in one such case, the husband left the house and came back in 3 hours. his wife asked him why are you back? he answered: how much do you expect me to help?
isn’t it better this way?
CS. thank you for your comments, especially the hayom Yom. and yes as you said Tsorich iyun.
(Though im not sure about the distinction between intentionally memorising or naturally).
My wife actually asked me to mope the floor not in connection with pregnancy or nursing. i will admit that at the beginning i wasn’t too happy about it, but i did accepted this task and realised that i should make things easier for her. she does cook and clean and do laundry and shope for the house AND go to work.
CS, very impressive about the tehilim and tanya. such a great thing to have divrei torah in your memory. and a tremendous thing for your baby, as the behaviour of the mother during pregnancy has an affect on the baby. (just a comment about memorizing tehilim by heart. we usually don’t say tora shebiksav by heart, with the exception of those parts that everyone knows by heart, like ashrei, krias shma etc. i’m sure you know this and checked it out. would be interesting to know more about it.).
About the nigun of R’ Michel Zlotchover. i am pretty sure that it was the Baal shem tov who said that He would help the one who is singing this nigun. maybe that’s what you meant.
in the olden days they were more tolerating. so the boy or the girl would be Ok even if he/she is not exactly as they would want him /her to be. nowadays, i dont think thats going to work.
CS. i also mope the floor. did you get the idea from my wife? or did my wife get it from you?
should be beshaah tovah umutzlachas. easy, healthy child and mother.
or the way around. if someone thinks of an an idea, a mach, but is not ready to work on it, they can give the names to someone who they think will go ahead and work on it.
yes everyone should try to make shiduchim. but remember, some like doing this and some dont. some are good at it and some are not. some will push them selves to get involved and some will not. some have more time on their hands and some do not. some may be under stress from who knows what and some are not. but yes we should all push ourselves and try. they need our help. and its such a big mitsvah and zechus to make a shiduch.
good luck (oops, i rememberd there was a talk here about saying ‘good luck’, OK mazal tov. lots of hatzlacha in your great effort).
i made many phone calls. did lots of research. and most of my married children married the first and only one they went out with.
Rabbi Shais Toub.
Rabbi Manis Friedman.
Rabbi YY Jacobson.
sure, you can not find out everything from asking around. and sure you must go out and find out for yourself. but i meant to say, that the more you find out from friends etc. the better you will know if its bichlal what you are looking for.
lots of homework should be done before even agreeing to date. so much information about the other you get from friends, teachers, neighbors, etc. so when going out you should already know about the basic values of your standards.
we want someone with alleh maalois, but its very important that your partner should be on the same page as you. so you discuss everything that is important to you, and is something that if not on the same page as you, it might cause friction and interfere your relationship. so you and only you can answer this question.
anything which is important to you, and is something that if not on the same page as you, it might interfere with your relation. so only you yourself could answer this question.
I would think that a yid would be happy to be woken up for a few minutes to be able to help another yid to fulfil a mitzva. yidden do much greater chesed to help other yidden.
To those that hold that its mutar: what about Kidush? havdala?November 13, 2018 3:24 pm at 3:24 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622241
mitwestener. thank you for pointing it out.November 13, 2018 3:13 pm at 3:13 pm in reply to: Found lost tefillin in Vancouver Airport Name:יעקב ביטון (Yaakov Biton) #1622233
i am chabad
avram in MD. are you a shochet?
a rav once saw a shochet on shabbos during davening when saying POSE’ACH ES YADECHA…he moved his right hand towards his left arm out of habit to touch the tefilin shel yad, and the rav fired the shochet. because it showed a lack of concentration. a shochet needs to be highly concentrating on his job.November 13, 2018 3:11 pm at 3:11 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622229
i mentioned earlier about BAnu in end of bentching.
in the regular way of singing the bentching its pronounced baNu in both. but as i said earlier it has a different meaning. (im sure you are singing it now lol)November 13, 2018 3:11 pm at 3:11 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622227
משה ובני ישראל לך ענו שירה.
בוקע ים לפני משה זה קלי ענו ואמרו
its aNU – they answered, not Anu – us (we)November 13, 2018 2:43 pm at 2:43 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622221
הן גאלתי אתכם….להיות לכם..
its laCHEM – to you. not LAchem – breadNovember 13, 2018 2:42 pm at 2:42 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622212
הרחמן הוא ישתבח לדור דורים ויתפאר בנו לעד ולנצח נצחים ויתהדר בנו לעד ולעולמי עולמים
both BANU are BAnu meaning: with us, not baNU meaning: they builtNovember 13, 2018 2:35 pm at 2:35 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622195
yes there is an extra י in וייראו, plus the ר is a שבא נעNovember 13, 2018 2:35 pm at 2:35 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1622197
yes there is an extra י in וייראו, plus the ר is a שבא נע.
VASHEM SHAMAYIM ASA. the word VASHEM is pronounced VA-DOI…not VA-A-DOI…November 12, 2018 11:47 pm at 11:47 pm in reply to: Is there a word in davening that you always mispronounced? #1621796
its not SHIhakol its SHE-hakol. a segol under the shin not a chirik