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exploding alarm clock usually does the trick.
n a world without daas torah, any irrational and marginal ideas may flourish. Any susan can decide what she arrogantly choses is the right path for Judaism, and not content with being wrong herself, she/he needs to drag everyone with her/him down their misguided path, simply to justify her own lifestyle, if you read any dale Carnegie, or know any basic psychology, people always want to feel like they are good people, so if they are holding of a certain idea, it must be the right idea for all, irrespective of how many gedolim disagree.
There’s no place in real Judaism for people who don’t follow a accepted mesorah. obviously, until someone breaks shulchan oruch though, one cant bash the individual, only the ideology, which I believe the holy rabbis do.
My rosh yeshiva stood up and said the following this week.
“In the old days, the non-frum and the government had the zechus of supporting torah, now that they have removed that protection, because of kol yisroel areivim, we must daven for their welfare. I’m not worried about the people learning torah, but for the people who have broken down their shields of being the Zevulun”
and I thought that was an interesting speech.