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B&H is the biggest (or almost the biggest) photo store in the USA, and their prices and service is gevaldig.
Rabosei! move out to Monsey, Wesley Hills, Passaic etc. where parking is no issue. I once asked a person: Do you live in BORO PARK? he answered me: “I live in BORO NO PARKING…
Gevaldig! lemme email this one to my shvigger..
Ye ye, all of us know which yeshiva is best, but after all we all choose “YESHIVA WORLD” as our primary yeshiva..
I have been close to inconvenient incidents occurred by cell phones at youths, boys or girls. it can be extremely dangerous for bochurim to have cell phones, it’s just common sense.
my wife only impressed me with showing what respect she has for one learning Torah, and thanks to hashem, because of her efforts to support a learning husband, I had the honor of a lot of fruitful years in kolel.
Would she start to show “lumdos”, so that would’ve meant that I have to respect her as a talmud chochom, so I wouldn’t have tie the knot..November 12, 2008 11:59 pm at 11:59 pm in reply to: How Do I Lose The 5-10 Pounds I Gained Over The Yom Tov Season QUICKLY? #943055
Just control your eating habit and style. decide before your what and how much you wanna eat, cut out cake and bread etc. from your menu for 2-3 weeks (except for shabbos- of course), use splenda or equal instead of sugar, and your extra pounds will disappear in no time.
p.s. some exercise wouldn’t hurt..November 12, 2008 11:55 pm at 11:55 pm in reply to: Waterbury Connecticut: The “In Town” Out of Town Alternative #697408
I visited there a couple of times, it’s indeed amazing what this yeshiva has done to the entire neighborhood.
Also los of yidden who own or manage real estate throughout Ct., use Waterbury as their station to daven or buy kosher refreshments at the shoprite, bagel store, or at the yeshiva’s vending machine, and treat themselves with a coffee and cholov yisroel at the yeshiva gedola’s coffee room.
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We always have to watch how and what we write, there are definitely non mishelonu’s that frequent this and similar websites.
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I feel it’s right in place during those yomin kedoshim to share my recent pleasant experience of “mi k’amcho yisroel”. it would be an honor for me to be able to draw in a few words a preview of the real beautiful colors of “am yisroel” in those high and holy days.
My small daughter was admitted to the hospital and remained hospitalized for about a week, to receive the required treatment. even though I had no experience whatsoever how to deal with the situation, and what to do first, I was contacted to some known volunteers (but were unknown to me), tzadikim and tzidkonios of klal yisroel, and I was simply amazed of how big and special yiddishe people are!
to make the long story short, through-out those very long and painful days, I had so many organizations and private volunteers help me out physically and morally. I just don’t know where to start, should It be the special referral organizations, medical coordinators, or the angels of Hatzolah, Satmar bikur cholim, Chesed of New Square, Chai lifeline, Chesed transit, Mekimi, and much more.. starting with transportation, all sorts of coordination, to full kosher meals and snacks delivered twice a day to our room, shabos arrangemants, sleeping companions and chizuk, and much much more.
I am still numb from my – non easy – experience, and at the same time I’m all moved by the unbelievable chesed of our choshuva volunteers, they spent, and they keep on spending their precious time, heart and money for people they don’t even know! may it be early morning or late at night, they were always there for us, as they always are for other hundreds of patients.
may hashem grant them and all of klal yisroel with a chag someach, a happy and healthy year.