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  • in reply to: Halacha maven:May grape juice be drunk during the 9 days? #1562467
    knaidlach
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    popsicle sticks, surly not kosher for kidush and havdala.

    in reply to: Halacha maven:May grape juice be drunk during the 9 days? #1561658
    knaidlach
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    grape juice is hagofen and is considerd wine and not allowed during the 9 days. yes many are machmir to make kidush and havdala and arba kosos on wine not greap juice

    in reply to: Is Yiddish Holy? #1561079
    knaidlach
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    ?אפשר זאל די דיסקוסיע אויף דער געביט זיין אין אידיש

    in reply to: Hi. Everyone. Do you guys remember me? #1560957
    knaidlach
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    runnung too fast, slow down maybe i will recognise you ha ha.
    anyway HI. im came here just a short time ago

    in reply to: Hi. Everyone. Do you guys remember me? #1560952
    knaidlach
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    runnung too fast, slow down maybe i will recognise you ha ha.

    in reply to: Henna tattoos #1560920
    knaidlach
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    getting a temporary tattoo is one step closer to getting a permenant tattoo which is assur min hatorah, so i would stay away from that.

    in reply to: Would you let your children listen to non-jewish music? #1560565
    knaidlach
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    takes2-2tango. so how much time is it OK to spend here?

    avi k. besises rav ovadia i dont know who the others are

    in reply to: Overcoming Gambling Addiction #1559462
    knaidlach
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    there is a 12 step program for all types of addictions. it does wonders if you work it properly with full dedication.

    in reply to: Would you let your children listen to non-jewish music? #1559461
    knaidlach
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    avi k. it seems you have already listened to chasidic music in the past, so its too late now, you are already connected to the soul of chasidim,

    in reply to: Would you let your children listen to non-jewish music? #1559388
    knaidlach
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    a song is the ‘pen of the soul’. meaning it expressess the soul of the one composed the song. a yid especialy a child should stay away from connecting to the ‘soul’ of a goy or anyone you dont aprove of their ideas, midos, way of life etc. etc.

    in reply to: Tefilah Chinuch #1559374
    knaidlach
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    chabadshlucha, excelend ideas

    in reply to: Receiving birthday cards #1559373
    knaidlach
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    jakob
    i agree. especialy nowadays we have to find ways to increas in ahavas yisroel

    in reply to: The world is in a state of Geula- and don’t misunderstand us! #1558669
    knaidlach
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    wow! 107 posts about moshiach and geula! we are almost there, get ready!

    in reply to: Tefilah Chinuch #1558644
    knaidlach
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    The little i know.
    I agree. to be a דוגמא חי’ a living example is the most powerfull way of teaching.
    at מתן תורה was רואין את הנשמע, once heard a פשט’ל: students SAW what they HEARD, meaning what the teachers were telling them what and how to do things they saw it being practiced by the teachers and others.

    in reply to: Receiving birthday cards #1558591
    knaidlach
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    in todays world with so many chalanges and נסיונות in our face, we should take advantage of every oportunity to add in yiddishkeit and make yidishkeit more exciting. for example: celebrating birthdays in a toiredige way, using the day to increase in learning toirreh and strengthen our commitment to keeping mitsvos and taking on good resolutions.

    in reply to: Tefilah Chinuch #1558578
    knaidlach
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    the commen way how we educate our children to daven is by encouraging to say the words, say it clearly, look inside, stay in one place etc. we are missing the main point of what davening is all about. its a time when we connect to our father in heaven, as we stand in front of a king, etc. its expressed in the words we say but tefila is an avoda shebelaiv. focusing on what davening is really all about might help children to have a feeling and a desire to daven

    in reply to: Shabbos Nachamu #1558575
    knaidlach
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    thanks Meno. brought a smile to my face. i hope its OK in the 9 days

    in reply to: Shabbos Nachamu #1558357
    knaidlach
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    ok i understand that many take vacation after the 3 weeks. but why davka shabbos nachamu?

    in reply to: Receiving birthday cards #1558363
    knaidlach
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    ehrliche yidden celebrate birthdays by learning exrtra toireh. extra tsdaka. extra tehilim. cheshbon hanefesh to see where to emprove and take on kabolos

    in reply to: When was Av 1st? And how to read your Jewish calendar) #1558362
    knaidlach
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    actualy tha fast starts shabbos at sunset untill sunday night. obviously if moshiach comes before shabbos then no fast and will actualy be a yom tov

    in reply to: Reformed Are Jews? #1558371
    knaidlach
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    בנים אתם לה’ אלקיכם….refers to every single jew. אהבתי אתכם אמר ה’ refers to every single yid. when mashiach comes no jew will be left behind (befairushe song), not as by יציאת מצריםץ

    in reply to: Beard #1558108
    knaidlach
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    I didnt read all the posts here on this topic, so maybe someone already mentiond it. there is a sefer הדרת פנים זקן where the mechaber brings down all shitos. most say its assur min hatorah or miderabonon.
    it always bothered me and couldnt understand why frum choshuve yidden would shave if so many poskim say its not allowed. would anyone eat something if many doctors say its poisen? would you say im eating it because many doctors say its not poisen?
    thats in addition to whats explained in kabolo. that man is made betselem elokim. for example: man has right hand and left hand because lemaalo חסד דרועא ימינא גבורה דרועא שמאלא etc. etc. and lenaalo there is a beard too, whatever that means י”ג תיקוני דיקנא. why would a yid who is otherwise medakdek bekala kevachamura shave or even trim their beard?

    in reply to: Is Yiddish Holy? #1557746
    knaidlach
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    I would think that yiddish has some kedusha because its a languege used by yidden and only yidden. english is a non jewish languege used also by yidden. but yiddish is a languege that only yidden used

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