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Everyone has NDE’s when they go to sleep. Sleep =1/60th of death..
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Hate to spoil your trip but Hopefully Mashiach will be here by then and you will not have to worry about going to Europe, you wouldnt want to go to Europe, how about that.
A. how much money are you talking about
B. What is your job?
C. how can i get involved lol
YOU ARE ALL MISSING THE BOAT if you care about this. Do you think Hashem wants us to put our interests in this? HE wants to put our interests in HIM, HA KADOSH BARUCH HU…think about it
Ill tell you why its wrong. Bc we should only look at our gedolim like he looks at the actors! Our Gedolim our the ones who we should be wanting to get autographs from! They are the EMET. and the actors represent nothing but sheker and immorality. Basically what you are doing is agreeing to the actors morals and values by idolizing them and OOing and Ahhing thaem bc what he does for a living is immoral and stupidity and brings nothing but impurity to the world.
I used to have the same issue, i saw a famous person and was like AHH! But now as i grew in judaism i realized the emet and whats real and starting looking at the goyim like celebrities. Theres no better feeling now to see a famous Gadol and try to get close to him or get a beracha from him.
i get SO NERVOUS! My heart beats so fast, i shake, my voice is shakey like i am out of breath! but i also get nervous if i get called to the Torah, or if ppl introduce themselves in a circle and then its my turn, or in a meeting, or sheva brachos when im asked to speak..anytime im in these positions! but its only when im put on the spot. When i volunteer to speak without being formally called on, i dont really get nervous..
its so distressing! anyone have any tips! it seems impossible to avoid these types of situations!
David, i want to help. How can i contact you?
all i want to say is that if the women are going to throw a temper tantrum when they are pregnant, STOP a second, think, then act..don’t take it out on your husband. All we ask is to display good middos…be sick all you want (we rather you not be) but if you are its our pleasure to help you and take care of you but no excuse to treat us like we’re your maid..DISPLAY GOOD MIDDOS AT ALL TIMES!! (which means saying thank you, no yelling,etc)
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I feel like its also important for the wife to sometimes say, “Hunny, thank you so much for helping me i know its hard, just know that i appreciate you so much, and really need you now.”
just to encourage and to show us what we’re doing is being appreciated.
Has anyone heard a recent update on Rav Chaim!?!?!?March 22, 2012 6:36 pm at 6:36 pm in reply to: Biting Fingernails, Cutting nails, pregnant women Halachot #1035051
how about picking your nose??
Serious American students of theology and divinity, particularly in New England, regarded Hebrew as a classical language, along with Greek and Latin, and essential for study of the Old Testament in the original words. The Reverend Ezra Stiles, president of the College from 1778 to 1795, brought with him his interest in the Hebrew language as a vehicle for studying ancient Biblical texts in their original language (as was common in other schools), requiring all freshmen to study Hebrew (in contrast to Harvard, where only upperclassmen were required to study the language) and is responsible for the Hebrew words “Urim” and “Thummim” on the Yale seal. Stiles’ greatest challenge occurred in July 1779 when hostile British forces occupied New Haven and threatened to raze the College. Fortunately, Yale graduate Edmund Fanning, Secretary to the British General in command of the occupation, interceded and the College was saved. Fanning later was granted an honorary degree LL.D., at 1803, for his efforts.”
hope that helps…
instead of Macintosh, call it Granny Smith
instead of Apple Computer, call it Plum or Orange…
does the winning name get anything? a prize perhaps?
no not emergency, i have HM (HighMark Insurance) which is a limited plan for now, its part a Multiplan network. My wife and I are researching doctors. The doctor her familiy uses is not within our network which is Dr. Butterman of Lenox Hill.
in Flatbush, but willing to go to Manhattan to see Doctor.
i could sell you new york 😉
wow i never saw one in manhattan
maybe the spider was a gilgul and was fulfilling a tikkunMay 19, 2011 9:32 pm at 9:32 pm in reply to: Anyone see these rediculous "Doomsday" Ads in Subway? #769997
if he is so sure, i would like to wager against Mr Camping. Can I make an official, legal bet with the guy for a million dollars?May 19, 2011 8:14 pm at 8:14 pm in reply to: Anyone see these rediculous "Doomsday" Ads in Subway? #769992
cant wait to see the look on their faces when it doesn’t. BUT i hope MASHIACH ben David comes today 🙂May 19, 2011 7:25 pm at 7:25 pm in reply to: Anyone see these rediculous "Doomsday" Ads in Subway? #769985
yeah the may 21st doomsday ad, the fact that they put a date on it is absurd bc we as Jewish ppl who believe in Mashiach who will come at the appropriate time when Hashem wants him to. he can come right now, we dont know dates and were not supposed to put a date on it. bc then what if he doesnt come, ppl will have questions and then fall out of religion…
i know but they should keep their opinions to themselves! by publicize it and risk a hillul hashem, i understand they are against the state. I dont think Hashem is looking down and approving this behavior.
i agree M in Israel. i appreciate the fact that we have a secure place in which Jews can identify with and feel at home. but Of course we are waiting the ultimate redemption and will never be “HOME” until Mashiach comes.
what really got me upset though is too see these groups publicly burning the Israeli flag and even more so in front of the Ponevich yeshiva. I think this is a huge Chillul Hashem.
im not sure.
i guess the State of Israel has its Pros and Cons, Religious jews can practice freely.
I remember a few years ago in Manhattan there was an anti israel rally by many Orthodox Jews, i thought it was a big Chillul Hashem. We shouldn’t be showing our negativity toward the state where the rest of the world thinks that Israel is the Jews homeland and that the Jews are bashing it. I know it was a big Misconseption but thats what it looks like.
Also, how about Rabbi Spivak for United Kashrut Services, for Magnolia Bakery?
no way are you crazy, just something to do after the “MAIN EVENT” like for dessert. i won’t sit in there….
is the coldstone creamery in times square kosher by any chance?
yeh but you’re either attracted to her or not…she can be pretty to others but to you, shes NOT ugly BUT theres something inside you thats not triggering an attraction signal.
how about downloading music and making a cd and then making copies of that cd to give out..February 23, 2011 8:22 pm at 8:22 pm in reply to: Which Singer Would You Choose To Sing At Your Wedding? #743806
well it can add up! especially if the guy needs to go out with many girls being that the shidduchs are just not working..
and buying dinner for a girl is not considered tzedaka?? lol
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4)Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf
5)Dolce Gobanna- Light Blue
thats the last thing i worry about if people look at me. but was more curious as any halachic issues with it. i think Gd would rather us pray from a siddur than an electronic gizmo.
Does anyone sometimes kiss their blackberry after they daven like they kiss their siddur only to realize they forgot they were davening from a blackberry!? i sometimes do this by mistake and feel so silly afterwards..