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When suddenly she heard it again. But it was LOUDER this time which wiped away any thoughts of sleep.
CRuzer, You are correct but the problem is that being that we live “out of town” the Rebbi is somewhat limited to knowledge of the Yeshiva he went to as well as smaller Yeshivos.
I heard there are a few of them in Lakewood. Anyone know of them?
2bshvat. B’H’he is not a troubled teen. Just looking for the right Yeshiva for him.
Ha Ha Gog. But of course! He looks very hadsome in his Bar Mitzvah suit and hat. A real Yeshiva Bochur. If only we can find a good one for him.
Another message to the chasan: Do you know the two most important words in marriage?? Yes, Dear!!!
A message to the chasan: Remember when you stomped on the glass under the chupah? Well that was the last time you will put your foot down in your marriage.
Anyone?? Please help. I need a schedule for the next week only.
When you just sit and WATCH all the yeshiva guys dance, spin, do shtick and jump upside down and you think to yourself, “I remember when I used to be able to do that.”
Now all you do is get out of breath just WATCHING them do it!!!
Anyone out there to help with this question??
Just to clarify. I am not worried as much as to how much time they could spend on the internet or phone. That I could restrict pretty easily. I am concerned about who and what they are doing on the cell phone or internet and am looking for good software to be able to “see” what they are doing.
It has to be something “big” Think bigger please. Don’t worry about the money. My eishes chayil is worth it!!
You can steal it “always” but at least come up with better ideas.
Thank you for all the brachos. Please think of other things.
1) Chabad elementary school and Yeshiva.
2) Low cost of living
3) VERY reasonable house prices (3-4 bedrooms $120,000)
4) EDchoice vouchers!!
Unfortunately there are many parents that make tuition payments a low one on their priority lists. They buy nice cars, go on vacations etc. but paying tuition is way down one the list. Because of this many yeshivos and day schools have been feeling the pinch. Unfortunately, those that are unable to pay for legitimate reasons are also affected by this. Everyone is correct that the children shouldn’t suffer because of their parents misfortunes or their parents being unreasonable. There are very few other ways to “force” the parents to make their obligatory payments. It is extremely sad that our children have to suffer but what can we do otherwise?
I am sure that if R’ Chaim Kanievsky was talking to a pashuta businessman he nightv’e said that for work purposes it might be mutar to shave. I once heard from R’ Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg shilta that you are allowed to shave but not press hard with ANY type of elctric shaver and you have to be especially careful with the “lift and cuts.” Those types even with little pressure might constitute an issur d’oraisa.
BP Totty. These friends of mine have family in New York but don’t want to live “in town” (No offense to anyone there). But wants to be able to drive in on a Sunday or for shabbosim occasionally.
So. Lakewood is out of the question I guess.
Philosopher – I own a house currently and have moved b4. Thanks for the lesson but I realized that.
1) How many bedrooms? 2) Is there any day school/yeshiva that has relatively good secular education in Lakewood?
I meant 2-3 hours radius
Please get real. How many of us really do kibud av vaem daily? Celebrating a day for our mother’s and father’s is not diregarding the other daily mitzva we have but it let’s us realize the honor that we owe our parents.
a rabbi, priest and mullah are arguing over who has the best methods to convert someone. they all go into the forest and agree to meet in 3 days and whoever could convert a bear the best will win. 3 days later the priest comes and says, “I sprinkled some water on the bear and he’s going to “seminary” in a week”. the mullah says, “I put a turban on him and he’s going to mecca on the next flight”. they turn to the Rabbi who is in a body cast with scratches all over his body and he says “maybe I shouldn’t have started with the bris.”