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  • in reply to: NEW thread 4 amazing sayings and qoutes! #2030758
    Maivin
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    LOL! Thanks for the acknowledgment Bas!! Just saw properly now:) Happy i inspired!

    “Aspire to Inspire”

    “One moment can change a day,
    One day can change a life,
    and one life can change the world”

    in reply to: Kid names #2029709
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    @MesivtaBachur thats actually really genius!!

    in reply to: #Lets List It #2029680
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    Azoiy
    CrazyKanoiy
    AlwaysasksQuestions

    in reply to: Kid names #2029663
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    shtarkbutrelateable – What did you name ur son in the end (if this whole story was true, that is;)

    @MesivtaBachur Very clever!!!

    in reply to: Birthday Brachos #2029661
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    AMEN!
    and to you!

    in reply to: NEW thread 4 amazing sayings and qoutes! #2029549
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    “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link”

    in reply to: The most famous coffee room members are #2028995
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    coffeaddict! Go you!

    in reply to: Inspiring Quotes #2027965
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    “White is not always light and black is not always dark”

    in reply to: Music? #2021390
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    @farbycoffee but legit all of these days jewish music is from Goyishe Tunes. ??

    in reply to: Abbreviations? #2021337
    Maivin
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    @CTLawyer. Thats what i meant. Acronyms.

    FYI – for your info
    DIY – Do it yourself
    KIT – Keep In Touch
    YTB – You the best
    dw – don’t worry
    nw – no worries
    nm- nothing much
    kc – kay cool

    in reply to: Baruch Hashem: Obligatory? #2020944
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    Why tho wouldnt you wanna say BH?

    in reply to: Chupa songs #2020575
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    One of the most GORG Chuppah songs are Eishes Chayil by Eitan Katz. SO moving. Stunning.

    in reply to: Baruch Hashem: Obligatory? #2020552
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    “Most people that say BH don’t really mean it” I have been told numerous times.
    I think that for sure they mean it.
    And no it’s not obligatory, you say it if you want to thank Hashem that you are good (which I would want to do).

    Was gonna start a thread like this! you beat me so GO @YABIAOMER!!

    in reply to: Music? #2020089
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    these days the frum chareidi singers are doing such beat-y music.
    is it ok?

    in reply to: Rav Yehudah Hachasid #2020023
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    and these days? Have you heard of anyone suffering from 2 brothers marrying 2 sisters?

    in reply to: Do you love all Jews… #2019292
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    @lakewhut

    “I love who I’m supposed to love”

    the perfect answer!
    Am Yisroel Chai! Lenetzach!

    in reply to: Velvet = Frummer? #2019291
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    Velvet shows you a Chareidi. But… theres all opinions

    in reply to: LONGEST THREAD EVER!! #2019284
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    @aposhiteyid
    How do you define OTD?? Teens just not 100% up to standards, take off their kippah a bit, short skirts, wanna be cool.
    Or like more serious. as in not keeping Shabbos etc etc

    in reply to: When did hats get so big? #2018600
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    they getting smaller and smaller

    in reply to: LONGEST THREAD EVER!! #2018576
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    Lol! doesnt seem so long:)
    You guyz can do this no?!
    😂😂

    in reply to: Short Skirts #2016910
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    wow strong point ujm
    understand where you’re coming from, makes sense I guess.
    But either way. someone should address these girls.

    in reply to: Short Skirts #2016885
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    100% to the point @syaglchochma.
    agreed

    in reply to: seminary again… #2016856
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    Bnos Yehudis!! Chassidish! Normal! Amazing place!

    in reply to: Short Skirts #2016854
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    Shorts skirts are a big issue. big. these days its one of the girls biggest Yetzer Hara’s. and to be ‘in’ at skl or social life.
    BUT. I do not thing its aprops for men to be discussing it.
    Bnos Yisroel! You know what the right thing is!

    in reply to: Dvar Torah / Chesed Avraham – Parsha #1993616
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    According to this, how could Moshe have spoken to the rock if the Shechina disappeared?

    in reply to: Judgemental people #1990837
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    @IYK.
    Incredible. You are a good guy! Well done

    in reply to: Judgemental people #1990648
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    @IYK “Maivin: great words of advice. I can see you follow them. Thanks for judging me a tzaddik. Viamech kulam tzaddikim.”

    IYK I really really did not mean it sarcastically. and I hope you didn’t take it that I was saying it sarcastically. You are a part of us all. Please don’t think I am judging you.

    in reply to: Judgemental people #1990518
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    I’m so sorry for what you going thru IYK.
    Remember ‘its never too late to correct your mistakes’ and ‘a Tzadik falls 7 times but still gets up.

    Someone in Klal Yisroel that feels your pain

    in reply to: Anyone know anything about SOUTH AFRICA #1990412
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    @yonis Yes. I mean Johannesberg and i mean Litvish

    in reply to: Anyone know anything about SOUTH AFRICA #1990296
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    Thank you ofr your intresting answer GadolHador!


    @Yonis
    WOW!! Whats it like? What schools are there? Shuls? are there Yeshivos? and who besides the Cheif Rabbi is a great Rov that is trusted by all?

    in reply to: Anyone know anything about SOUTH AFRICA #1990150
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    No-one has answered this Q
    Who is the main Rov there?
    What are the levels of ruchniyos are the schools on?

    in reply to: Anyone know anything about SOUTH AFRICA #1989848
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    what level of ruchniyos are the schools in johhanesberg?
    Who is the main or one of the main Rov there?

    in reply to: Anyone know anything about SOUTH AFRICA #1989676
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    @RebEliezer just in general, what are the Yeshivos like? Schools? are there any seminary? Who is the main Rov there? Shuls?

    in reply to: Abortions for Goyim #1903923
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    you know, you fellows remind me of a famous joke about the briskers, that one of them were wearing a tie, so the other brisker said to them “מאי האי”? so he answered him ‘you have to farshtay, I am choshesh that maybe I am an Amoleiki and then maybe mashiach will come, and will reveal to me that I really am an Amoleiki and thus will be able to be mekayem the mitzvah of killing Amoleik’…

    And therefore, I ask you ppl, are you the crazy one’s? or maybe am I the crazy one?
    What connection does this have to any of your lives? Are you guys Choshesh B’Sfeik Sfeika that maybe you guys or your spouses are really goyim, and not only that, maybe you are actually one of the שבעת העממים and thus your children will also be חלק מהשבעת העממים and therfore chayev misa?

    please be so kind to explain to me the relevance to the above question!!

    in reply to: The black hat. #1891526
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    SAM KLIEN

    That is complete nonsense, of course it makes a diff. what you are or aren’t wearing.
    why don’t you go to shul with khaki shorts?!
    There is something called kavod. Now what makes something a kavod to where, is how the chachamim of our dor dress (and how they dont dress).
    that’s it, no crazy aeronautical science.
    וכמבואר בר”מ הלכות ת”ת פ”א עיי”ש

    in reply to: Funny Shidduch Stories #1891515
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    By the way, there are at least 7 joseph’s

    in reply to: Hospital Horror Stories? #1887024
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    מהיכא תיתי?

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1886520
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    Dear Ben Ephraim.

    I chas veshalom would not minimize the contribution of the briskers.
    R’ Chaim said that R’ Akiva Eiger had 12 mehalchim in every sugya, and one of them were Gavra Cheftza, and thus we see that R’ Chaim never nade up Tzvei Dinim, rather R’ Chaim’s Chidush was, that he systemized these mehalchim into each and every sugya…

    Now, If a person man or woman toivels in a mikvah, is he a chftza or is he still a gavrah??

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1886340
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    Benephraim

    What are you getting at?!!

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1886305
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    Benephraim

    Neither of thee above is true.
    The Briskers never made up Gavrah and Cheftza. look through out shas and rambam and youll find it.
    And also tzvei dinim, it is practically in every 5th tosfos in shas. (4 those who know how learn a tosfos)

    in reply to: yeshivish vs. charedi #1885893
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    WOW!! that was a very clever response!

    in reply to: yeshivish vs. charedi #1885694
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    What is yeshivish, is it a guy who mixes in yidish to his english?
    Or a guy who wears loafers?
    Or a guy whith a big Yarmulka towards the front?

    What makes someone yeshivish and not mainstream charedi??

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1885667
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    To no Mesorah.

    My question is as follows, is a person who is Mugdar a Gavrah also considered a Cheftza Mitzad the Cheftza of his body?

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1885613
    Maivin
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    NO MESORA

    what are you talking about?
    what is the connection?

    in reply to: Gavrah/ Cheftza #1885617
    Maivin
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    no mesora,
    clearly no mesora.

    in reply to: yeshivish vs. charedi #1885474
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    so you mean to say כלל ופרט?

    in reply to: Whos getting hurt most #1885222
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    it is a משנה מפורשת במסכת אבות פ”ה משנה כא

    to continue ones studies is not a rashi and not a rambam, rather, it is actually a גמ’ קידושין כט:
    however, if a recall exactly the words of the rambam it went as follows. וכתב הרמב״ם אישות פט״ו הלכה ב-ג
    ״האיש מצווה על פריה ורביה אבל לא האשה,
    ומאימתי האיש נתחייב במצוה זו מבן שבע
    עשרה וכוי. ואם היה עוסק בתורה וטרוד בה
    והיה מתירא מלישא אשה כדי שלא יטרח
    במזונות ויבטל מן התורה הרי זה מותר
    להתאחר, שהעוסק במצוה פטור מן המצוה
    וכל שכן בתלמוד תורה״. ״מי שחשקה נפשו
    בתורה תמיד ושגה בה כבן עזאי ונדבק בה כל
    ימיו ולא נשא אשה אין בידו עון והוא שלא
    יהיה יצרו מתגבר עליו, אבל אם היה יצרו
    מתגבר עליו חייב לישא אשה ואפילו היו לו
    בנים שמא יבוא לידי הרהור״.

    in reply to: WhatsApp Profile Picures #1885217
    Maivin
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    To mishnayos yid:

    You seriously never understood my point.
    My point is that I don’t think I am some holtzy shtoltzy yid who has all the right hashkofas.
    vehamaivin yavin.

    Secondly, you don’t use the word “has” when you are talking in singular. ודו”ק היטב

    in reply to: WhatsApp Profile Picures #1884833
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    I am not a posek, and it says that אחד שפסק ואינו הוה פוסק חייב מיתה.

    Secondly, I am not a chashuve mashgiach to be saying all random hashkofik thoughts which fly through my head and is probably no true, and by doing so could חס ושלום lead eventually to a krum hashkafos.
    And that is why I am merely saying poshut things, since I dont get the guy who started it why would he ask a bunch of bored poeple in the coffe room for a psak or a right hashkafa.

    There again, I hope you DO understand!!

    in reply to: WhatsApp Profile Picures #1884800
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    syag lachochma.

    נהי that he is right hypothetically speaking, however would you post uh… i watched tv on shabbos is that fine?

    The point is that if he looked at his mothers phone, and saw something which he thought is inappropriate, so get on with life as he knows its wrong. and vice versa.

    I hope you DO undestand!!

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