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I suggest you look into Midreshet Lindenbaum/Darkaynu.
English speaking with more educational or more vocational
He always closed with “Wishing you health, wealth and time to enjoy it!”
Words are free. It’s how you use them that may cost you!
Alcohol will spoil/fade the leather. Take care
Leave it! I was amazed but in time it seems to fade. Leather wipes helped a bit but with time it faded.December 16, 2015 1:48 pm at 1:48 pm in reply to: Do you know any chassidish Rebbes that I can get brachos from? #1116757
Maybe I missed the point, but Kadosh123 was asking for Chasidish Rebbes for Brochos. I am sure it was for a reason…. Try Sassover Rebbe in Eretz Yisroel 036352618 HatzlochoDecember 13, 2015 3:06 pm at 3:06 pm in reply to: Do you know any chassidish Rebbes that I can get brachos from? #1116733
Try the Skelener Rebbe in New York. Sorry I don’t have number….December 12, 2015 11:38 pm at 11:38 pm in reply to: Do you know any chassidish Rebbes that I can get brachos from? #1116723
Where do you live? Do you want to go see them personally or phone?
As a cancer survivor my oncologist told me that she has yet to see a lady with normal levels of Vitamin D. She told me that maintaining correct levels of Vitamin D does offer some protection against hormone related cancers. I would urge everyone to have your levels checked. It also helps any female struggling with monthly hormonal issues.
You definitely cannot take all vitamins without a hechsher.
Absolutely not! Talk is as cheap as you allow it to be.
Wow really fantastic for you. If you are able to, go with one of the well known tour operators. It is well worth it.
Make sure you go to Kever Rochel, Meron Tzefas and Teveria. You might want to go to the hot springs in Teveria. The Dead Sea is the healing sea – might want to go to a hotel for a night or two….
Enjoy walking the streets and drink in the spirit!
May we be zoiche to geuolo shlaimo bkorov.
I am British and a proud of it. My husband is a Yankee. We lived in N.Y for 5 years many moons ago. At times I found it quite frustrating when I needed something and was not understood…
There were a few hairy moments after our chasene when my husband told me he had to change his pants and his vest.
Please do all you can to make sure there is NO bad feelings before you embark on your new engagement. – The consequences for not receiving true mechila is awful. I have a neighbour who will testify to this
I wrote “ladies davening” because we don’t have the same chiyov as men?August 9, 2015 12:13 pm at 12:13 pm in reply to: Riddle: Which food has an option of 5 different Brochos? #1094976
what’s the answer???
Forshpiel is usually a celebration for a “Rebisha” chosen before the chasene. Often the Chassidim will leave an envelope to help cover the Chasene or give the young couple a helpful monetary start.
Up until 5 years ago I had a very good job, After being diagnosed with cancer I lost my job, I had been working at the same job for 18 years. (A year before we got a new director) It was a Frum place & maybe I should have taken them to court but I just couldn’t.
I am B”H in remission but I do have some left over health issues.
I have been doing some office work at home but it is not sufficient.
Sorry – a great card/board game
No, We don’t have vacations. We have one car and it is some years since we bought any clothes….
Living in London we have flown to Eretz Yisroel a number of times. We flew with Turkish airlines. Twice my husband had minyan there (French Russian and American men)
We have also flown through Austria. B”H no trouble
Any ideas of good guide books please?
Are there any tours to Meron Tzafat Teveriah from Bnei Berak?
PLEASE be honest. However hard it is you will be happier in the end.
Thank you for your info. Greatly appreciated. Don’t be so sensitive. I don’t always get a chance to go online…
I am looking for some ideas or pointers as to how to go to Meron Tzafas Teveriah without a human guide!
When someone said “yenna machla” to me I felt as though I had the plague! I had something so terrible – it’s unmentionable.
As a cancer survivor one of the worst things anyone could ever say to me is – it’s a punishment! I was told that more than once.
My oncologist told me that she is yet to have a patient with a normal vitamin D level.
I can recommend that you all have your levels checked.
Go for your routine mammograms and pap smears.
Don’t eat junk foods.
I know there is a Heavenly plan and if Hashem gave this to me there is a reason.
Keep Healthy and smile.
Bezras Hashem all will be helped Bkorov with the Geulo Shlaimo
Maybe send a plant, or flowers with a note.
I say Don’t do it – You have to want to do it. No one can force you.
Everyone is given a card and has to write a recipe for life for the new couple. Read out aloud the recipes and put them in an album for the couple.
My nieces do a skit of 2 daughters in law discussing their same mother in law.
One praises her MIL for sending her supper twice a week, whereas the other one complains how her MIL seems to think she is not capable of cooking.
So they go through the week…(considering different situations) because it is so close to reality it really becomes quite funny.
Thanks Mark. I am a cancer survivor with multiple health problems. Being overweight does not help. I have been encouraged to go through with this surgery which I will do iy”H after Succos.
There are so many Jewish Ladies/ girls who would do babysitting. It may cost a bit more but is it not worth the peace of mind??
Please get Jewish nannies and babysitters. Your child is worth more than a million dollars. Will you honestly give a million dollars to a non Jewish person to keep safely for you???