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Yasher Koach MichaelC for all this Torah! Keep it coming please.
Do you know where the method is brought down?
My question pertains if you were given a choice.May 30, 2011 6:29 am at 6:29 am in reply to: Were not Chassidish at all, but we go to Rebbes for Brachos #773161
I’m not commenting on the specifics of your question about shaving, but will make a general comment that the Skulener Rebbe is from the Malachei Elokim for our generation.
ZeesKite: Thanks for the stamp of approval. I should add a benefit to the approach I mentioned is that once they leave the building it would reverse itself. Whoever opened the door when they came in, would now have it opened for them by their date when they are going out. Since if it was a pull-out coming in, it will be a push-in going out (or vice versa.) So in this manner both parties have the opportunity to open the door for their date, either coming in or going out.
I heard that Chaim Berlin is considered an elite Yeshiva. Maybe kind of similar to Brisk.
Considering the halacha and all, I think the proper approach depends on how the door is designed. If it is a pull-out door, the girl should open it for the guy and follow him in afterwards; if it is a push-in door, the guy should open it and go in, and hold it open for the girl.
So you’re saying that Torah V’daas “is a mix between Litvish and Chassidish” while Chaim Berlin “is a shtickel chassidus, although it’s not chassidish”. Sounds about the same.
Isn’t Yeshiva Torah V’Daas officially Chasidish (Nusach Sefard, etc.) maybe from Rav Shrage Feivel Mendlovitz’s minhagim?
And what does “a movement” mean?
Any Roshei Yeshivos of Major American Yeshivos that don’t wear a white shirt?
Okay, so you meant there are more girls who want a Lamdan, then there are boys who are a lamdan. Just like there are more girls who want a millionaire, then there are millionaires. But why should every girl who wants a lamdan be entitled to get one?
Figure out why there are more good girls than boys.
At last check, there were more good boys. Unless you refer to there being more girls in the market in general. But not percentage wise.
Men should not get involved in this area.
Rabbis, fathers, and husbands have the primary duty in this area.
I fly the flag year-round.
It is not irrelevant if he is asking you for advice.
I don’t think WM or PBA answered the OP’s question. If your son-in-law asked your advice should he attend Brisk or Harvard, what would you advise him?
Assuming he could get into and be successful in either, I would advise Brisk.